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Prague-Beer-Museum-Tres-Bohemes
Perhaps it is because Czechs seriously grow up watching beer drinking throughout their family, ask almost any older generation Czech and they will have memories of being five or six and going down to the local pub alone to ask the bartender to refill a pitcher of beer for their parents, it’s just the way...
Bohemian-Beer-History-Pilsen-Czech-Republic-Photo-18
Bohemian beer back in the day was based on craftsmanship, skill, hard labor and teamwork. In the town of Plzen in 1842, Josef Groll was the brewmaster who made the first ever batch of what became known as Pilsner Urquell. In their 172+ years of brewing, there have been a total of 16 brewmasters working in Plzen to date....
Havel-and-Clinton-Czech-Pub-Drinking-Beer
Václav Havel, former president of the Czech Republic, liked to take visiting politicians to Prague pubs. This is for the obvious reason that a known Prague specialty is without a doubt the local pubs, taverns, taprooms and beer-drinking establishments of all kinds. Of course, there is no better place for the meeting of presidents, politics &...
Beer-in-Barrels-Coopers-Pitching-Beer-Image-1
Twice a year the coopers at Pilsner Urquell undertake the job of re-pitching and rolling the large lagering barrels which are still used to mature beer in the brewery cellars. It’s an amazing process taking a lot of skill and hard work. But first we thought you may be interested in watching a short video on...
Pilsner-Urquell-Brewery-Tour-Czech-Republic
Pilsner Urquell beer is truly a child of both Bohemia and Bohemianism. Pilsner Urquell is a brand-name Czech beer produced in Plzen (or Pilsen) and is the original Pilsner beer. The actual word Pilsner is a derivative from the west Bohemian town of Plzen. Beer is a humongous part of Czech culture. We can even say that it’s like baseball...
The-Last-Remaining-Beer-Coopers-In-Europe-Photo-11
Behind the walls of the Pilsner Urquell brewery, over the last 40 years, Josef Hruza has led a team of seven  beer coopers as they handcraft the oak casks where their beer matures. By the 1970s, stainless steel kegs began to replace wooden casks, yet at Pilsner Urquell they have continually employed coopers for over 170 years...