The Best Czech Beer according to The Times

It may be a cliché, but it is a fact anyway – in the world, we are known the best for our beer. The traditional British newspaper The Times published a list of the ten best Czech beers. The author is Evan Rail, known for his book Good Beer Guide Prague and Czech Republic.

So, the Best Czech breweries according to The Times:

1. Pivovarsky Dvur, Chyne
2. Berounsky Medved, Beroun
3. Moritz, Olomouc
4. Vendelin, Liberec
5. Pernstejn, Pardubice
6. Pivovar nova Paka
7. Medlesice
8. Pivovarsky Dvur Lipan
9. Pilsner Urquell, Plzen
10. Dalesice

Well, the truth is, I have never heard about most of those beers, as a matter of fact I had only three of these – Pilsner Urquell, which I consider the best Czech beer ever, than Medved, which is quite bitter but good, and Pernstejn, which I had to drink during my studies in Pardubice, which tastes like mud, and which I was getting used to about half a year.

What I really appreciate is the author Rail had to spend a lot of time travelling and degustation. It is an inspiration for a road-beer trip in the Czech Republic.


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