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Brewed by Budějovický Budvar
Style: Czech Pilsner (Světlý)
České Budějovice, Czech Republic

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RATINGS: 2229   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.13/5   IBU: 22   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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Czechvar is the special name (editor’s note: for North America) of the world famous beer produced by the renowned brewery in Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic. Benefitting from over 700 years of brewing experience of the South Bohemian region, Czechvar is the golden original, acknowledged by many connoisseurs as one of the best lagers in the world.

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2.5
cglans (307) - - AUG 3, 2017
33cl bottle. clear golden color. small white head. malts, hops, citrus, bread, yeast. medium bitterness with medium carbonation.

0.9
glacier (299) - Warszawa, POLAND - JUL 30, 2017
Kolor jasnozloty. Zapach slodowy, lekki karton. Smak pusty. Gdzieniegdzie slodowosc. Slabe.

3
Tony_Grayne (419) - Minsk, BELARUS - JUL 29, 2017
500 ml bottle. Clear golden colour liquid with a thin white head that dissipates really fast leaving several bubbly foam flakes on the surface. The initial aroma is subdued hops and malt sweetness. In a minute I could trace some citric and tangerine echoes, but both aromas were quite unstable. The flavor consisted of buttery malts mostly. Plus weak grassy hop ending. Oily texture and dry finish. Soft carbonation. The lager is pleasant to consume, but for a ticker it is nothing but a routine.

3.7
wilde_joost59 (258) - Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - JUL 29, 2017
Thuis gedronken uit fles, een uitstekende pils. Zeer helder geel, wit schuim dat niet lang blijft. Voor het moment erg lekker.

3
kamiol091 (178) - POLAND - JUL 29, 2017
W zapachu lekki slód i chmiel typowy dla pilsów. Piana sredniopecherzykowa, przejrzyste, kolor slomkowy. Bardzo lekka goryczka, wyczuwalna lekka slodycz. Srednie wysycenie.

3.2
m7hildeb (230) - - JUL 24, 2017
Bottle. Clear golden colour with a medium white head, nose is aromatic malty, hoppy-grassy and slightly metallic, taste is also malty and sweet with a moderately dry finish and a distinctive earthy aftertaste that is typical for this beer.

2.2
herrklemann (407) - Graz, AUSTRIA - JUL 20, 2017
Tap. Clear gold with a medium white head. Some dough, hay, sweet corn, grains, artificial lemon. Medium to high sweetness, short sharp bitterness. Slick body, with lots of soft carbonation. Decent, but very sweet.

3.4
tanobicho (23) - Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, GERMANY - JUL 20, 2017
0,5lt bottle in Düsseldorf supermarket. Clear yellow beer, thick white foam with low retention. Once opened it smells like hops, skunk and pot. When served, aromas are somehow lost and one can hardly perceive some butter and grass smell. Pils malts, bread, little yeast taste, medium-bodied, very well balanced flavour, carbonation clears off pretty quick. Ending tends to bitter, very drinkable and not cloying in the way you can have as many as you can and never become weary of it. One of the best industrial pils available in Europe and definetly a thirst quenching one!

2.6
KevinReddirt (210) - Midland, Texas, USA - JUL 11, 2017
I acquired this 500 ml bottle at a kiosk in Cologne while on a trip overseas. Pouring it into a pilsner glass I view a medium yellow body with little or no foam although the carbonation is active. The scent tends toward grain and biscuit. I taste water, crackers, a little metal and a very small bit of sweetness. Interesting history, average beer.

3.6
shoestring (422) - larkhall, SCOTLAND - JUL 11, 2017
Bready malt with lemon and hay in there. Short and sharp in the mouth and leaves a clean palate .


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