Brewed by the Baltika Breweries of Saint Petersburg, Russia.
This 7.0% ABV beer pours a light golden in color with a rapidly dissipating head of white foam. The aroma is slightly sweet grain, like a cereal with milk. The taste is sweet grain with just a bit of lager funk and bitterness on the finish. Pretty good for such a high alcohol lager.
This beer is available in a large plastic jug that holds two quarts, one pint, 4.5 fl. oz. That is a lot of beer, even bigger than the old sixty-four ounce jugs of Colt 45 and Olde English 800 that used to be available.
According to the website: "Arsenalnoye, beer with a male character, is brewed for real men who value honour, strength, patriotism, family, Motherland." So chug some Arsenalnoye and then fight the Nazis at Stalingrad.