In a world of infinite number of ales, I really enjoy a nice lager and the pale lager Czechvar from the Czech Republic is a very nice lager.
When starting this blog, I wasn't sure how to describe this beer. After looking at my notes for a few minutes, I kept coming back to my first two descriptions. After my first taste, I noted that Czechvar had a classic lager taste. After my second swallow, I wrote "Yep that's a lager". Perhaps those two statements says it all about this tasty Czech beer - classic lager flavour.
It has a beautiful amber color and no head when poured. Additionally, it has a nice clean flavour with little aftertaste. Sometimes I get sick of a lager if I have a few of them back to back, but I could drink Czechvar all night long.
Brewed by local brewer BBNP since 1895, the origins of Czechvar beer goes back much further in time. Variations of this beer have been brewed in the town of České Budějovice since 1265.
I give Czechvar lager 3 burps, but it was close to four. When I'm in the mood for a lager, this one would definitely be on my "go to" list. Next time you want a lager, I suggest you give it a try.
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