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Our Czech Premium Lager is beer for light beer lovers. The most gentle heads of the high quality Zatec hop, virgin clear natural water and granules of selected species of Moravian barley make it the beverage of real experts. The 700-year long tradition in production of Ceske Budojovice beer and the unique, 90-day period of maturity increase its unique character. You can taste Budweiser Budvar Czech Premium Lager with all your senses. First of all you will delight your eyes with its beautiful colour and rich dense foam, then you will feel the fine aroma of the hops, in your palm you will stroke the dewy glass and, in the end, you will taste the fine to medium strong bitterness. You will remember well, our perfect lager.
SMaSH (single malt and single hop) pale ale showcasing a different hop varietal every batch.
The name for Brasserie DuPont's organic, dry Saison makes so much sense- "Forrest"- there is as much floral citrus from the yeast as there is earthy mossy base from the hops. Very few Saisons available are this dry, where the yeast can illuminate the ingredients & elevate them into something entirely different.
"Sour Beers" may be new to us today, but we've been drinking beers like them since 5000BC. Like the earliest beers, Panil Barriquee is  brown sour funky & inexplicably satisfying. The acidity from the wild yeast would be overwhelming if it wasn't rounded & anchored by dark fruit from Bordeaux barrel maturation.
Our flagship brew highlights barrel-fermented batches from our patented Firestone Union blended with beer fermented in stainless steel. It opens with a biscuity toasted malt aroma and a hint of oak and vanilla. Pale malts create a smooth malty middle with ribbons of caramel, English toffee and toasted oak. A tribute to English pales traditionally fermented in cask.
Pasteurised. Usually called Draught; sometimes called Cold or Extra Cold - same beer, but served colder. Launched in 1961. Ingredients: Pale ale malt, about 25 to 30% flaked barley, and about 10% roasted barley, with no other grains or sugars; several hop varieties, mainly Goldings (pellets and isomerized extract); a flocculent head-forming ale yeast.