In 1842, the Bohemian town Pilsen, Czech Republic, has seen brewing of a type of beer that would become the most popular style in the world. That is from where the term “Pilsener” derives. The mineral content of the local water meant that beer brewed there was light-bodied, crisp and refreshing. Unfortunately, the beer style has beer bowdlerised by many brewers around the world brewing a bland characterless brew.
However, a true Bohemian Pilsener is totally different – it should be sharp, well-hopped, bready and zesty. Traditionally made Czech Pilseners are fantastically drinkable and attract a deserved attention.

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