Poison in the national drink? Really? Not quite, but an independent test on 50 Czechs has produced rather controversial results, and the industry has reacted.
Third installment of the series about non-pub places to go for a beer. This time, we go to my surrogate neighbourhood, Dejvice-Bubeneč
Vladimir Putin’s sports policy is about to bear fruit as the world media prepares to cover Russia’s five-year marathon of sporting events.
This year’s Czech Beer Festival (16/5-1/6) is being held again in Výstaviště Praha – Holešovice, with a few changes, unfortunately, not all of them for the better.
Pivovar Marina Holešovice is one of the three new breweries that have opened in Prague this year alone. And it’s a pretty ambitious one, too. I joined my colleague Fiona Gaze to review the Czech half, its food and beers.
In these times of Radlers, the company that is perhaps most happy with them goes a bit against the flow introducing Krušovice Pšeničné, a proper Weizenbier brewed in the Czech Republic
Traditional Catholic festivities on full display on Warsaw streets
The Czech Brewers and Maltsers Association report that Radlers and exports have fueled a slight growth for the Brewing industry in 2012.
Simple can be beautiful, beautiful can be simple. And it’s beautiful to go to a simple pub that simply does simple beers in great condition.
Fewer and fewer Armenian men want to make a living as shepherds, tending sheep on scenic, but lonely mountain slopes.