Czech Beer

Jarosovsky bottled lagers from the Czech brewer created in 1688.

CZECH BEER DAY MEETS PIVO’S ‘BATTLE OF THE BEERS’

 

The latest annual ‘Czech Beer Day’ in the UK, which was cancelled due to the on-going Covid pandemic last year, finally came to London’s Notting Hill this September in the shared garden of the Czech and Slovak embassies. The weather held fair for the day and the turnout was solid with over 150 people attending from the beer trade, hotel and hospitality sectors.   

0 comments
Jarosovsky bottled lager from the Czech brewer based in Jarosov that was established in 1688.

CZECH BEER DAY MEETS PIVO’S ‘BATTLE OF THE BEERS’

 

The latest annual ‘Czech Beer Day’ in the UK, which was cancelled due to the on-going Covid pandemic last year, finally came to London’s Notting Hill this September in the shared garden of the Czech and Slovak embassies. The weather held fair for the day and the turnout was solid with over 150 people attending from the beer trade, hotel and hospitality sectors.   

 

0 comments
Czech Beer ‘Super Power’ Status Underscored At Ambassador’s Residence

Czech Beer ‘Super Power’ Status Underscored At Ambassador’s Residence

Time is always said to be of the essence, but for the producers of Czech ‘gold’, they know that it takes the time that other European beer producers fail to allow. This was certainly the impression that those attending this year’s ‘Czech Beer Day 2017’ up in swanky Hampstead heard this July.
Indeed, beer produced these days in the Czech Republic, a nation that lays claim to the world’s first-ever pilsner blond lager - Pilsner Urquell in 1842 - takes between 100 to 200 days to brew. That bottom-fermented beer in fact inspired much of the beer produced around the globe today.

0 comments