BLUE HILLS Blue Hills is not only the name of our wines. It is a terroir of 5 wine towns of Velke Pavlovice, Nemcicky, Boretice, Kobyli and Vrbice. As the towns are surrounded by hills planted by vine and most of the varieties are blue for red wines production, this is why the terroir was named Blue Hill. Cabernet Moravia sold out The wine is of garnet color with red currants aroma and cabernet shadings in its taste. Expressive well-structured tanins make the wine full-bodied with a long finish. Lemberger - Frankovka sold out The wine is full and mature with dark ruby color, intensive aroma of forest fruits with mineral shadings. Full-bodied in taste with fresh jam, spice and soft tannins. Rudlanske Modre - Pinot Noir sold out The wine is of ruby color with a golden rim. A nose of strawberries, forest fruitsand black berries. Low acids and tannins. Ryzlink Vlasky - Welschriesling The wine is of greenish-yellow color with fruity blackcurrant and meadow flowers tones in aroma. Rich and full-bodied with a touch of honey and fruity shadings in taste. Vetlenske Zelene - Green Veltliner The wine is of golden greenish-yellow color with fresh Sauvignon aroma shadings; fruit and spicy flavor. The wine is perfect with beef, fried dishes, blue cheese and vegetable salads. Rudlanske Bile - Pinot Blanc The wine is of light greenish-yellow color, typical bready aroma turning into pears and fresh fruit. This elegant wine is full and very well balanced with pleasant low acids. This wine has a typical Pinot Blanc Personality. Muscat Moravsky - Moravian Muscat This exceptional wine is of light green-yellow color with extractive spicy muscat flavor redolenting fresh grapes. Soft acids and sugars are very well balanced. The wine has very pleasant and fresh aroma.
The town Náchod was formed on the border of an old provincial footpath and the first mention about the Náchod market town comes form 1254. The Náchod civics owned the rights to brew up already in Middle Age. In June 1871, the town board decided to build a town brewery, so the era of brewing up in houses was over. The cornerstone was set on the 8th April 1872 and two years later the first glasses of beer were tasted. In 1935 the Municipal Brewery Náchod started to use the Náchodský Primátor trademark (together with production of dark beer) – it was an ancestor of current PRIMÁTOR® trademark. The brewery went under wide reconstruction and today it belongs among the most modern breweries in the Czech Republic. Modern devices allow for brewing the beer using classical centuries old technology characteristic for Czech beer. The beer complies with high international requirements for quality and keeps also its incommutable delicate taste. Today, the brewery produces the widest and most integrated assortment of beers in the Czech Republic under the PRIMÁTOR trademark. This allows to meet requirements of wide spectrum of both consumers and the most demanding business partners. The brewery offers beer in bottles, cans, KEG barrels and special gift packs. The Primátor beer is produced from first-class carefully selected domestic roughs––malt from South Moravia, aromatic hops from atec and high-quality water from natural reservation Teplicko-adršpašské skály in the Broumovsko protected landscape area––mainly using the bottom fermentation technology. The beer has solid and sharp taste without side flavors and leaves the tongue with pleasant bitter slowly melting away without rough and astringent dash. Distinct advantage of the beer from Náchod is its long durability when keeping excellent visual and gustatory characteristics.
Primátor Premium Lager Bright golden color; perfect balance between crisp bitter hops and rich barley malt, medium-bodied. Primator Premium Dark Lager Mid-fermented beer. A unique combination of four different malts; rich garnet color; creamy caramel flavor. Primátor Double Bock Special dark lager. A blend of five different malts, deep chestnut color, roasted nut and coffee aromas, intense sweet, Primator Hefe Weizen Award winning Primator Hefe Weizen top fermented unfiltered wheat beer is handcrafted using only finest ingrediance: malted wheat, malted barley world famous Saaz hops, propriety yeasts, and pure mountain water. Pleasing clove aroma, smooth hops bitterness and exceptionally refreshing taste, have earned Primator Hefe –Weizen many awards including “Europe’s Best grain-only Wheat Beer (World Beer Awards)
BOHEMIA REGENT BREWERY The Bohemia Regent a.s. is a share holding company, which is the owner of the Regent Brewery at Trebon since August 7th, 2000. Regent Brewery is one of the oldest beer breweries in the world. Not many breweries in Europe can be as proud of their heritage as the brewery in Trebon, which was founded in 1379. Historically the oldest equipment used for the production of beer in Trebon was owned by the “Canonical order of Augustinian monks“ in 1367. The equipment was mentioned in the archives of Trebon, where it says that the richest classes of the time made beer for themselves and sometimes lent out the equipment to the lower classes as well. The brewery of today was not created until the second half of the 19th century when it was completely rebuilt. In 1886-1887 there was an output capacity of 5,000,000 litres which in those days was very high. In 1888, in an exhibition in Brussels, the Trebon brewery received a prize for "quality beer" from the Belgian King. As the years progressed, the fame of Trebon beer spread further and further. At the start of the 20th century the now Regent Brewery had warehouse stocks not only in Prague and Brno but also in Vienna, Styrsky Hradec and Lvov. Deliveries by train went to many European countries as well as to the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. The business name of the brewery, Regent, was inspired by the historic farne of the knight Jakub Krcin from Jelcany (1533-1604), a regent of the large dominion of Vilem from Rosenberg, the uncrowned king of the entire Bohemian Kingdom. Krcin was the talented builder/planner of the monumental Southern Bohemian interlinking lakes and many business houses and pubs. Today Regent Brewery is widely recognized as the second-best mass producer of beer in Bohemia (after Pilsner Urquell). Advanced techniques and computer controlled technologies are employed as well as traditional recipes using the best assorted raw materials – water from artesian wells, world famous hops from Zatec and high quality barley malt.
Premium Dark Lager An export lager, garnet in colour, with a clean roasted malt flavour that provides a full round-bodied taste. A beer shaped by history and age-old traditional Czech methods.A 'dunkel'-style dark lager, this pours a very dark garnet/tobacco colour with a moderate off-white head. The nose is malty and biscuity, with a dark stewed fruit quality and a touch of chocolate. On the palate it is medium- to full-bodied, and there is an initial attack of sweetness, that is joined by a juicy sourness. Bitter hoppy notes come through, with a pithy lemon quality and the sweetness of the malt just fillling in on the finish. Has decent character and length in the mouth. Premium Pale Lager A reliable brand which meets the tastes of a wide range of consumers and their individual requirementsThis golden lager has a light to medium colour and thinish white head. The nose is hoppy and gently malty, with nutty warming notes and a tiny suggestion of something herbal. On the palate this is a cleanly made beer, with a decent balance of hoppy, vegetal character and toasty malt. The finish is quite spicy and has a little bite. A premium beer with a nice hoppy taste and of medium bitterness gives this beer good drinkability and is therefore very popular. A real lager, which satisfys even the most demanding gourmets in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark and Great Britain. Prezident A special beer for the real connoisseur. It pours a medium, solid gold with a moderate white head. Has a powerfully aromatic nose, with plenty of herbal, hoppy notes, some floral character and a touch of biscuitty
The Liberec Kondrad Brewery
25 May 1998 was a black day in the history of Czech brewing. The big Liberec-Vratislavice brewery near the border with Germany, which had survived the Nazi occupation of the Sudetenland in 1938 and then 50 years of state ownership under communism, was summarily closed down and its 300 workers sacked.
The closure had nothing to do with lack of success. The brewery was one of the biggest in the Czech Republic. It was once larger than Pilsner Urquell and in 1989, when communism collapsed, it was producing 400,000 hectolitres a year (244,000 barrels). But Liberec-Vratislavice had become a shareholders’ company and Bass, the leading British brewing group, bought up all the shares. It merged the brewery with its major Czech acquisition, Prague Breweries, which included the Staropramen plant.
The Konrad brewery is a classic lager plant, with mash vessels, lauter tuns, kettles and whirlpools (image below). Czech barley is still malted on the premises and hops, used in pellet form, are Zatec Red. The beer range includes 11, 12, 14 and 16 degree beers, ranging from 4.8 to 7%. The 11 degree beer comes in both golden and dark versions, while a 11 degree beer, Konrad Ace, is a semi dark. Dark lagers are still popular with Czech drinkers. According to strength, the beers are lagered – cold conditioned – for between 40 and 90 days.
Konrad 10 Classic Draft BeerAn easy-to-drink beer, ideal for the optimalreplenishment of fluids, the equilibrium of the distribution of its bitterness, It is a light beer alcohol of 4%, which is particulary suitable for thirst quwnchher,Pouring into the glasssss will perform hop-malt aroma, straw, pure color and medium a thick foam gradualy disapiering Konrad 11 Premium pale lager In the 1990’s, scores of local Czech “pivovars” were shut down by mega international brewing corporations. Most were gone forever- dismantled or demolished. But In 2000, unemployed workers from the former Liberec Brewery in Northern Bohemia convinced investors to bring their once-proud factory back to life. Under the new brand name Konrad (honoring a 19th century brewer ) this reborn regional takes on the big boys by producing firmly traditional and well-crafted Czech lagers, made to the historical recipes with water from it’s own wells, classic Zatec hops, and local barley. Konrad 11º is the flagship beer, the classic session lager, and the one that originally turned us on to the brewery. Golden, full-bodied, and with that brilliant flowery Czech hop finish, this is beer you almost have to drink by the six-pack or liter! *Czech beer names often consist of simply a number followed by the º sign, indicating the original gravity, not the alcohol percentage Konrad 11 Premium dark lager A traditional dark beer with a distincitve full-bodied flavour of caramel malt, still earning the acclaim of experts. . Dull coffee, roast, grainy, herbal hops in taste. Medium bitterness. Nice hopping. Nice roast and hops in aftertaste. Feels thin, but still full of flavour. It is suitable not only for meat dishes but also as a complement to desserts Konrad 12 Pearl among teh beers Konrad is 12 °. Premium lager with 5.2 vol.% Alcohol, strong full flavor, golden color, thick and brilatním bite appreciated not only by beer drinkers, but also brewing experts Vratislavice beer Konrad - Red King is exceptional not only for its color but also taste. Under bright red shade with surprisingly hides fullness bitter twelve. A mixture of natural ingredients gives beer its distinctive color and changes your meeting with him in a unique experience. 5.2% vol. Konrad 14 Super premium lage Konrad 14º is a classic Czech lager, but with more weight and more bitter hops than the typical Bohemian session beer. Golden, full-bodied, and loaded with fresh, clean Czech malt, the 14º finishes with a burst of noble atec (Saaz) hops *Czech beer names often consist of simply a number followed by the º sign, indicating the original gravity, not the alcohol percentage. Sphytinev sold out Beer Spytihnev is strong (14 °) and specially hopped. Unlike conventional beers is Spytihnev cold dochmelován in lager tanks. This is not a dochmelování hop extract, but a classic lettuce hops typically Czech Saaz. Hop cones at least a month "leach" the beer that made it more aromatic and sourer Saint Paul Specoal semi-dark Starkbier 16 The history of this beer is intertwined with the history of the brewery. St. Paul beer wasbrewed in 1908 and the First Republic was very popular. One hundred years later in 2010 in Liberec Museum discovered the original recipe, which comes from the current one. Beer is brewed again and is gaining popularity among amateurs and professionals. 7% obj.alk. Bottle from special brewery pack, as Reichenberg Svatopavelské 16°. Very dark chestnut brown color with thick persistent light beige head. Strong malty aroma. Dark malt, caramel, plums, dark chocolate in taste. Alcohol is dangerously hidden. Light hoppy bitterness in finish. Not sweet as German Dunkler Bocks, very enjoyable beer. Very funny is, that on label is written (english translation)Special pale (svetly) lager, well... Dark ruby-hued clear brown body, medium off-white head. Nose is caramel, diacetyl, grains, raisins and hints of nuts. Taste is caramel, raisins, dark malts, bread, butterscotch and hints of chocolate and nuts. Medium body and carrbonation. Very nice dark lager, or bock in the Czech tradition,
Pivovara Nova Paka First Nová Paka brewery was probably built in the early XIV.century and was placed under novopackým square on the right bank of the creek Brdy, around the site of today's parsonage garden.In 1563, however, the entire city is a brewery burned down in 1583 when it was granted permission to build a new brewery.Beer was however not cook too long, because in 1601 novopačtí citizens exchanged brewing rights for the liberation of the city from charges robots and has since been Nová Paka stocked with beer from the brewery to the lordshipDrevenice. Despite the prosperity of a number of orders lenders withdrew from the brewery such amounts of money that the joint stock company fell into a deep insolvency and day 8. 3. 2000 was the companytown brewery Nova Paka asbankrupt.The bankruptcy administrator, however, decided to continue all necessary operating activities brewery for bankruptcy production volumes even slightly increased.At the end of 2000, the creditors' committee about the tender for the sale of assets of the bankrupt and on 30 1st, 2001 the Company purchased the bankrupt estateIsobuilding asthat at its next Annual General Meeting on 22. 2. 2001 moved its headquarters to the brewery and changed its meaningless title onPivovar Nova Paka as. This brewery was rescued and continues its development since 2003, the new renovations in progress - eg. Stainless steel pipelines, brand new monoblock bottling plant (for glass and PET bottles) or significant structural repairs.
Tamplier lager Scents of hops, hay, grass, apple, sweet malts. Moderate head and yellow to amber body. Tastes hops, grass, metallic malts. Mouthfeel somewhat metallic and carbonated that disturbs a little. Aftertaste of malts, bread, barbecue oil. Overall my conclusion is that it’s closer to lager than czech pilsener, but it is anyway an alright beer. 500ml bottle via Gaute, shared at a Saturday night party. Fast declining, white head over a clear, golden body. Poor lacing. Mid-sweet malty smell. Taste of a little malts joined by a basement touch. Distant bitter endnotes. Rather flat in the mouth. Tamplier Dark Pours dark brown color with minimal, quickly diminishing beige head. Pleasant aroma of roasted malt, bread, toffee., very light bitter. Aftertaste is short and light bitter. Flat carbonation, medium to full body, clear liquid, slick texture. Good dunkel.
The history of brewing in Nymburk dates back to the 14th century.December 26 1327 King John of Luxemburg granted the town a charter of privileges among whom was the mile right guaranteeing the city brewingmonopoly within a radius of one mile (11.25 km = staročeská miles). At that time there were probably 14 Nymburk Breweries and Malt 40. At the beginning of the 17th century. were the result of competition between rural and urban breweries canceled a small private breweries in a place which was established by a large, communal, municipal brewery. 1st January 1785 was appointed the new Town Brewery. He was always someone hired for a fee and that it cooked and farmed. Government had called on him. Měšťanský committee brewing , but he was thinking primarily their own profit and their actions rid brewery competitiveness.Neither the ban on the import of foreign beers into town. A partial breakthrough came permit tapping of foreign beers in the bar in a military barracks on Rejdišti. The definitive opening of the city's market was the year 1847 . For 48let In 1895 , the brewery is temporarily converted into as , but eventually established as Ltd. . After several years as a brewery blossom, thanks to the aggressive policy of the Administrative Committee of becoming Nymburk brewery beer supplier to large parts of pubs in the region and even several dozens of inns is by the owner (just by this time the story comes Hrabal amendment Postřiiny ). A promising development was interrupted by the First World War . In the second half of the twenties, production returned to pre-war levels. During the crisis, the brewery invested in new equipment and although withstood the crisis relatively without consequences.Another blow came during the company 2.sv.války . After the war, it was, like most companies, nationalized. Manager function here in this period performed Fr. Hrabal, father of writer Bohumil Hrabal .
In 1948 he became temporarily part Polabskych breweries Cologne, NC After a few months, but it was based npNymburské breweries, which brought together breweries in Nymburk , Dobrovice , Dymokury , Brandys nad Labemand Melnik . Between 1955 and 1958 he returned again to Polabskych breweries in Cologne to finally finally moved to Central Bohemian breweries np Great Popovice. After 1989, the brewery became part of Pivovary Bohemia, as, Praha combining several smaller companies. At present Pivovar Nymburk spol. s ro completely independent and is a member of the Association of Small Independent Breweries.
Zlato Prazske Lager Average frothy white head. fair lacing. mostly diminishing. clear thin dark yellow body. aroma: light bread, honey, metal. if: light bitter. ff: light sweet bitter; average duration. palate: light medium body, watery texture, lively carbonation, metallic finish . Zloto Prazske Dark
Traditional Czech lager, garnet in color, with a clean roasted malt flavorthat provides a full round-bodied taste. A beer shaped by history and age-old traditional Czech methods. A 'dunkel'-style dark lager, this pours a very dark garnet/tobacco color with a moderate off-white head. The nose is malty and biscuity, with a dark stewed fruit quality and a touch of chocolate. On the palate it is medium- to full-bodied, and there is an initial attack of sweetness, that is joined by a juicy sourness. Bitter hoppy notes come through, with a pithy lemon quality and the sweetness of the malt just filling in on the finish. Has decent character and length in the mouth.