Sahti refers to the most popular Finnish beer made from various grains, such as barley, rye, wheat, and oats. Sahti is traditionally flavored with juniper berries, giving it its specific color and taste. The yeast in the Sahti gives it a distinctive sweet banana-like flavor. This top-fermented ale is traditionally home-brewed in small family-run breweries, but in recent years it also started to be produced on a larger scale with brands such as Lammin, Joutsan and Finlandia Sahti. Annually, beer lovers all over the world gather together at St Urho's Pub in Helsinki for a special Sahti Week to enjoy this Finnish beer.

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