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In May of 1997, 'Mythos' was launched - a beer bearing a Greek name, which was created in Greece. From the very first year of its creation, it made a good impression on the consumer public, the result of which was that it changed the current situation in the Greek beer market.

Produced from selected varieties of barley and hops, it is a Lager with a rich head, bright blonde color and a pleasant, refreshing taste - a guarantee of enjoyment for those who choose to drink it.

Drinking Mythos, enjoy what you consider to be 'Legendary' today; dream, travel, and create your very own 'Legend'.

Mythos challenges you to a special way of thinking that makes life more attractive and interesting.
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review by . November 07, 2011
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I first had Mythos beer when I was in Santorini on my honeymoon five years ago. I was with a group of friends and we had a long line of empty Mythos bottles down the middle of our table in a little bar called the Two Brothers Bar. It was a fun evening and as the line of empty bottles grew longer we seemed to enjoy the Mythos more and more. I recently found Mythos at my local liquor store at home in Baltimore. I bought a six pack just for old times sake. Now, while not in Santorini and not on the …
review by . January 06, 2010
Mythos isn't going to win any awards at the next international lager competition but it certainly isn't going to gross anyone out either.      As I sipped on my first bottle of Mythos Hellenic Lager Beer, I was reminded of my recent taste of Japan's Asahi Super Dry. This beer runs right down the middle of every road I could think of. It's got a pleasant, refreshing, smooth taste and an attractive blonde colour topped with a frothy, medium head. Slightly bitter and hoppy (moreso …
Quick Tip by . January 06, 2010
Neither offensive nor outstanding; hoppy, slightly bitter but not overpowering; cool and refreshing! A good choice for a summer cold one!
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