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Pilsner Urquell question


read 347 times • 2 replies • posted 8/22/2008 3:22:47 AM

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KnutAlbert 5758:274
There are now separate entries for the standard pasteurized version and the one aged in oak barrels in the brewery and only available if you know the password. But there is an unfiltered and unpasteurized version available in Czech pubs - should that have a separate entry?
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Odeed 1774:15
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oh im sorry,im beating the nonattendances horses with the tap handle.
8/22/2008 3:44:28 AM

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omhper 18954:176
Originally posted by KnutAlbert
There are now separate entries for the standard pasteurized version and the one aged in oak barrels in the brewery and only available if you know the password. But there is an unfiltered and unpasteurized version available in Czech pubs - should that have a separate entry?


This topic has just been handled in an almost endless debate.
The short answer is that the unfiltered/unpasteurized version at the brewery and at Na Parkanu (which is not oak aged) counts as Kvasnicovy. The unpasteurized (tankovna) version should be rated under the regular entry.
8/22/2008 3:54:54 AM

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