Skol

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Brewed since 1959, origin began with four great European breweries. With its undisputed, world-renowned 2,000-year old European heritage of the best brewing traditions and technology, SKOL grew rapidly and was subsequently launched in Spain, New Zealand, Sweden, Portugal, Austria, Holland, Australia, Brazil and Yugoslavia.

International acclaim followed soon after when SKOL won the prestigious AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL BEER AWARDS (AIBA) for both packaging and taste.

SKOL was rated the world’s 3 rd largest-selling beer according to the report by the CANADEAN BEER SERVICE GLOBAL CONSUMPTION in 2004. This is clearly the endorsement and recognition of international acceptance of SKOL’s quality.

SKOL made its debut in the Malaysian market in September 2004 and, within just 8 months, had secured an impressive share of the beer market. An obvious indication that SKOL’s popularity is growing in the country.

Today, SKOL comes to all Malaysians with a sensational great new look and style, totally repackaged with a vibrant, brand new design. The SKOL taste has also been reformulated to make it smooth tasting easy to drink with a fuller body, a great aroma and a pleasant lingering after-taste.

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  • Mar 3, 2012
    marka6 (5)Rank: Beer Novice
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    I tried this beer while living in Rio, Brasil. It is a pretty standard pilsner with no oustanding attributes as I recall. Nevertheless it brings back memories