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Traditional bars serve only one brand of beer.Check to see which sign hangs outside a pub before entering, as you may be stuck with that brand of beer for the night. Since some traditional bars have just one kind of beer on draught, servers will often bring rounds to your table without asking. Some traditional pubs will offer a bit of variety, though, with one 10-degree beer (light, low alcohol), one 12-degree beer (slightly higher in alcohol) and one higher density dark beer on tap.
Modular microbrewery kitBuild yourself your own microbrewery from prefabricated modules within a few hours . The unique solution allows the gradual expansion of the brewery without a large investment, without designing, assembly team and workers. Read more
Hops has been grown in the region for a long time, and were used in beer making and exported from here since the twelfth century. Most towns had at least one brewery, the most famous brewing cities in Bohemia were Budweis, Plzeň, and Prague. Other towns with notable breweries are Rakovník, Žatec, and Třeboň.
Reconstructions of historic breweries, renovations of older brewing technologies, modernization of brewery equipment. We honor the tradition, but achieve efficient production of beer. Read more
The most common Czech beers are pale lagers of pilsner type, with characteristic transparent golden colour, high foaminess and lighter flavour. The Czech Republic has the highest beer consumption per capita in the world.
Beer (Czech: pivo) has a long history in what is now the Czech Republic, with brewing taking place in Břevnov Monastery in 993. The city of Brno had the right to brew beer from the 12th century while Plzeň and České Budějovice, Pilsen and Budweis in German, had breweries in the 13th century.
Pilsner Urquell was the first “pilsner” type beer in the world. In 1842, a brewery in Plzeň employed Josef Groll, a German brewer who was experienced in the Bavarian lager method of making beer. Beer in Pilsen at the time was not of very good quality and they needed to compete.
Groll developed a golden Pilsner beer, the first light coloured beer ever brewed. It became an immediate success, and was exported all over the Austrian Empire. A special train of beer travelled from Plzeň to Vienna every morning. Exports of Czech beer reached Paris and the United States by 1874. Today, beers made at Plzeňský Prazdroj are: Pilsner Urquell, Gambrinus and Primus.
However, there has been a boom of microbreweries since the 2000s. Breweries Akciový Pivovar Dalešice, Pegas and Richard have been gaining country wide popularity, despite smaller production.
Czech beer is world renowned brand. Why is it so unique, and why is it not produced elsewhere? Answer:Czech raw materials, specific manufacturing process and original technology of Czech breweries. Read more
The history of beer in the modern Czech Republic, historically Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia, goes back further than the creation of Pilsner Urquell in 1842. Beer was made in the Czech lands even before the Slavic migration in the 6th century, although the ingredients used often differed from what we are used to today.