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There are good beers, bad beers, and…weird beers. So weird that we bet you might’ve never even heard of them. Let’s dive straight into the weirdest beers out there! The Maple-Bacon Flavored Porter The first (but definitely not the last) non-vegetarian-friendly flavor on this list of wacky beers is a Maple-Bacon Flavored Porter, hailing from the Funky Buddha Brewery. Surprisingly, Bacon isn’t as rare of a beer flavor in the brewing world, as smokey brews are able to mimic the smells of bacon (thus giving you that sizzling, mouth-watering taste through a lil’ sensory trickery called Olfaction) and thus making it a widely accessible craft brew. This specific California-based brewery makes a sweetish blend meant to pair the caramel tonesRead more.

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While supporting local businesses (such as Czech restaurants!) might be hard during the pandemic, there are still plenty of ways you can do so. One of them is using delivery for a Zoom/FaceTime date with your friends or family, where you can try some of the best Czech dishes. We are listing our favorite Czech restaurants which we can wholeheartedly recommend to you! Lokál Lokál is one of the most loved and affordable breweries with locations all around Prague, Pilsen, and Brno. You can enjoy brewed beer and freshly made food at home. Beer is draught right before your delivery and meals are prepared continuously throughout the day by Czech chefs. Local and regional suppliers provide the ingredients and spicesRead more.

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The first signs of beer in Europe are from about 800BC in Bavaria, Germany. But if you made a list concerning the first formal breweries to begin operating in Central Europe, you would see the Weihenstephan Brewery near the top. In the mid-11th century, the brewery began making what would become traditional wheat beers coming from the area. Heading south, the first indications of brewing here in Bohemia are from 993 AD in Monastery Brevnov right here in Prague, which today is accessible as an innovative craft brewery within the city!  As rights to brewing beer spread throughout different towns as time went on (to the Middle Ages), so rose the likelihood of finding your average household to be brewingRead more.