Prague market (Pražské tržnice) is hosting the 4th annual Prague Beer Festival on the 1-2 April in Building 13 to celebrate the start of the blossoming and fruitful season that we have all been waiting for such a long time! Hosts prepared a special celebration, including more than 150  different beer types on the tap from various local breweries in the Czech Republic and other neighboring countries in the European Union and beyond it.  Come along, taste the coldest drinks, and enjoy brewing workshops with musical performances with the burger on the side!  Beer paradise  Prague Beer Festival is a fantastic place that unites people with similar hobbies, interests, and life perspectives. In the case of the upcoming event, itRead more.

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Hailing from the small town of Velke Popovice, the shelves of your local potraviny are undeniably playing host to one of the three alcoholic brews of the Kozel beer brand. As if in an old aristocratic family rivalry, walking through the centre of Prague you’ll see restaurants and bars alike with the emblems of their beer of choice outside – and most fall under either the bold golden/green design of Pilsner Urquell or brownish background behind the upper half of a male goat for Kozel. While today both beers fall under the same, monopolistic brewery company (now Plzen Pradroj paired with AB InBev) they’ve shared a rivalry that dates back to when Kozel first came on the bohemian scene inRead more.

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We invented it, we’re acclaimed for it, and we even drink the most of it. The Pilsner Lager is one of the most renowned beers in the world. So why don’t you even know what a lager is? Don’t worry – I’ve got your back. Let me tell you exactly what the difference is between the world’s two most popular beers – Lagers & Ales – so you won’t be left in the dark the next time your snobby craft-beer friend comes around drinking a cream banana-stout. To answer this question, we need to take a very small step back in time about 6,000 years. One of the oldest civilizations in the world, the Sumerians, were the first ones toRead more.