Radocha beer is a Vallachian beer from Balitovy Valašské pivovary in Hutisko – Solanec. They announced the new line of their labels so they are compatibile with new Czech law. The style is unified and – well – nothing special.
The hell froze over! Frydek-Mistek, my hometown, will have its first ale. That is remarkable because local beer drinkers are ultra conservative and the only beer here is Radegast – local pilsener lager. But things changed…
Morava – 1st local brewpub – announced today its first ale. It´s going to be a Red Ale with about 5.2% alc. and I can´t wait to taste it next weekend!
A brand new brewery is in the making in Beskydy montains. The village Velké Karlovice is known for relatively remoteness and therefore it´s perfect place for summer or winter holidays. It´s located in the deep valley under the Beskydy mountins in the very east of the Czech Republic. The nature is wild and the people are very tough. So I´m very curious what´s the beer will be like. The names are promising: Skřítek, Diblík etc. points to magical dwarfs-like creatures that live in the mountais. They will start with classical Czech beer (pilsener, maybe dunkel) but stronger beers and specials will be on the menu later as well.
I love the logo and I´m very curious about labels design!
An article in Czech – here
Wizards from Ostravice – brewmasters in Beskydsky pivovarek probably love Australia and New Zealand hops. Another IPA is a proof. This time it´s austalian style IPA – James Cook IPA and it´s quite dry, hoppy and aromatic. And I love the label – again.
Pivovarek Morava in Frydek-Mistek brewed its first dunkel beer. They label it just Černa 10 (Black 10) and it is announces ad “summer refreshment”. I am a big fan of this micobrewery – it´s in my hometown and the brewmaster is a pretty nice guy but their PR (names, posters, slogans) is just horrible. I can imagine dozens of better beer styles for “summer refreshment”) and dozens of better ways how to promote dunkel in our coal-mining region. It´s just a wasted opportunity and I really hope that they will be better in PR in the future.
But I´m still quite curious and I´m looking forward to taste this.
Microbrewery Morava in Frydek-Mistek offers a new brew. It´s a fruit beer and it´s quite typical for this region. Beskydy mountains are full of blueberries so the choice was obvious. My guess is that it´s mix of their lager beer and blueberry syrup and it´ll be pretty decent. I must check it out eventhough I´m not a big fan of fruit beers.
Beskydsky pivovarek from Ostravice continues with newzealand´s hopped beers. This time it´s Amber IPA and I totally love the label. The beer will be pretty awesome because as for ales no one in Moravia can challenge these guys!
Summer is here and guys from Ostravice made another Ale. Summer Day Ale should be full of fruits and sun and I´ll be drinking it the whole summer!
More good stuff from Ostravice. First fresh new IPA with really interesting name: Lissa huera. It´s the first ever recorded name of Beskydy mountains´ highest point Lysa Hora and the beer is quite fresh and strong.
The second new beer is not quite new but it´s the second edition of famous “Beskydsky smrkac”. The beer is IPA with an extract from spruce needles taken on the local mountain Smrk. The first batch was a huge success so I hope that this time there will be more liters available. The first batch was sold out during a few days.