There’s nothing like it. The sun is ablaze in a cloudless sky, and you’re roaming the cobblestones streets on your way to meet your friends at a local pub in Prague. You can’t wait for that moment when you can ask the barman for an ice-cold, smooth, caramel-toned lager in a puppy-sized 500ml glass. Except, as you wait in anticipation as the barman pulls on the copper tap, pouring your beer, you’re suddenly surprised with over half a glass of bubbly white foam. What the heck? Foam heads on beer is the pearl in every Czech barman’s oyster. Asking them to pour you less (as every Englishman has thought to do at least once while on holiday) and you’ll receiveRead more.