After a rain-filled evening and a lot of driving, we entered the town of Guča through a police barrier, paying 1000 dinar for parking in the city (although we had private parking), and then hit a manhole cover on the way to our camp site. With a big storm coming up and the idea of us having to sleep in a tent, the morale wasn’t very high at the moment. At least our campsite had a bar. With beer. Lav lager to be specific.
Another Serbian lager with the typical lager characteristics. Slightly sweet smell with a mildly watery, not too bitter, and not too malty taste. An average beer that you can drink all night long.