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King Erik

King Erik


King Erik 

Alcohol-free beer, vol. 330ml / 11.2 FL.OZ. Alc. 0,5% vol.

Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops extract.

Made in Austria

Best before: see back label




King Erik

Birra analcolica, vol. 330ml / 11.2 FL.OZ. Alc. 0,5% vol.

Ingredienti: acqua, malto d'orzo, estratto di luppolo.

Prodotto in Austria

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King Erik

Bière sans alcool, vol. 330 ml / 11.2 FL.OZ. Alc. 0,5% vol.

Ingrédients : eau, malt d’orge, extrait de houblon.

Fabriqué en Autriche

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King Erik

Alkoholfreies Bier, Vol. 330ml / 11.2 FL.OZ. Alk. 0,5% Vol.

Zutaten: Wasser, Gerstenmalz, Hopfenextrakt.

Hergestellt in Österreich

Mindestens haltbar bis: siehe Rückseitenetikett




King Erik

Cerveza sin alcohol, vol. 330ml / 11.2 FL.OZ.. Alc. 0,5% vol.

Ingredientes: agua, malta de cebada, extracto de lúpulo.

Fabricado en Austria

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    Erik, also known as Eric the Good. Eric was born in the town of Slangerup in North Zealand (Denmark) - the largest Danish Island.  Erik was well liked by the people and the famines that had plagued Denmark during Olaf Hunger's reign ceased. For many it seemed a sign from God that Erik was the right king for Denmark. Erik was a good speaker, people went out of their way to hear him. After a ting assembly concluded, he went about the neighborhood greeting men, women and children at their homesteads. He had a reputation as a loud man who liked parties and who led a rather dissipated private life. 

    King Erik announced at the Viborg assembly that he had decided to go on pilgrimage to the Holy Land.  

    Erik and a large company traveled through Russia to Constantinople where he was a guest of the emperor. While there, he became ill, but took ship for Cyprus anyway. He died at Paphos, Cyprus in July 1103.

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