Not a single soul can be seen in front of the famous Prague astronomical clock, built in 1410 and being the oldest continuously operating clock in the World!
The Czech Republic is sometimes nicknamed, the “Land of Beer” for a reason. Beer has been produced since 970 and it’s no surprise that there are many ways to experience beer in the Czech Republic.
The CBA took part in the London Hotels Restaurant and Catering show (HRC) for the first time, presenting most of its portfolio.
The ‘Pivo Paradise’: Embark on a Beer Mission across the Czech Republic
Brexit day celebrated by importing Bohemia Regent to Gracelands Group pub.
North Bohemia is a traditionnal brewing territory, having been a focal area for both Bohemian and German brewers. Their skills together with great local water and local Saaz hops, weathy and prosperous north Bohemian towns and the industrial revolution all contributed to the success of local breweries.
Decades of turmoil once threw the Czech brewing industry into disarray. But now a new breed of brewers are working hard to bring it back to its former glory. Jacopo Mazzeo travelled to Bohemia to meet the makers who are behind this exciting revolution
All is quiet beneath the six gargantuan fermentation tanks at the Bohemia Regent Brewery in Trebon, the far south of the Czech Republic. The complex network of pipes that twists beneath is still in its symmetry.
We had a fantastic time in the Czech Republic visiting not less than 6 different breweries with fantastic UK beer professionals including representative s from Euroboozer and other high quality specialist.
3500 beers from all over the world attended the London prestigious World Beer Awards tasting competition. Šerák won in the lager category, which is the most honoured and competitive.