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More good things from Czech republic

Czech beer is changing (yes these is a bit of a theme going here today). Not only are the big players brining in new beers, but there are more and more micro-breweries opening up. The Prague monitor is running the following article…

Czech Beer: New Brews

Czech beer culture may have a long and noble history, but it’s hardly hidebound by tradition, especially in the dynamic realm of craft brewing, with ten new microbreweries set to open in 2007 alone. Partly inspired by the nascent homebrewing movement, many of these smaller makers have introduced highly innovative half-liters: Rambousek’s outstanding chestnut-honey lager, Primátor’s excellent English Pale Ale and Žamberk’s to-die-for Imperial Stout. As if to show that they, too, can innovate, two of the country’s biggest breweries have just announced their own new brews.

[Prague Monitor]

All I can say is yum! Just keep the additives out.

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