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Brewed by Žatecký Pivovar (Carlsberg)
Style: Czech Pilsner (Světlý)
Žatec, Czech Republic

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RATINGS: 68   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.77/5   EST. CALORIES: 144   ABV: 4.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Only in the heart of the hops region famous for growing Žatec hops and barley, with the use of traditional technology, is it possible to brew this top-quality light lager with a golden color, rich flavor and clean smell with a pronounced hops bitterness, high foaming quality and strong zest. The beer that has been tried and tested by the centuries. 11.2°

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2.8
mithe (1961) - Opava & Brno, CZECH REPUBLIC - SEP 23, 2017
(tap 0,5l @ Golden Nepal (Brno))

Aroma: Musty, grainy.

Appearance: Clear golden color. Long lasting, creamy, white head.

Taste: Medium sweet, grainy, musty, light bitter.

Palate: Light-medium body. Bitter finish.

Overall: Meh. Musty.

3.4
Piepenhenrich (1254) - Steinbach, GERMANY - AUG 27, 2017
A good Bohemian Lager, golden, full-bodied, easy to drink, refreshing. With the high standard of local beers it’s hard to stand out, I consider this to be among the better.

3.1
Hopverdju (1577) - BELGIUM - NOV 29, 2016
Van ’t vat. Goudblond met witte schuimkraag. Geur: mout, grassig, kruiden. Smaak: licht moutzoetig, lichte bitterheid, wat metaal. Normale koolzuurprikkel. Lichte body. Afdronk: licht bitter, kruiden, peperig.

3.7
goozen (4153) - Leiden, NETHERLANDS - AUG 30, 2016
Tap at COMO, Wenceslaus-square Prague: Clear golden colored brew with an perfect dry bitter taste, mildly grassy aroma and the hints are faintly fruity and very faintly peppery. This is one of those spot-on beer in the style the belong.

3.2
JorisPPattyn (10072) - BELGIUM - AUG 5, 2016
Small to medium, dense white head over metallic copperish golden beer. Very grainy nose, dry spices, grass, herbal. Bitterish-hoppy over a sweetish malty base. Bit of ureum. Finish rather watery. Better than light bodied, gristslickness. Feels better carbonated than it looks. Faint peppery touch in the MF. Not bad, certainly not for a big conglomerate Pilsner. Txs to Peter!

3.2
luttonm (6857) - Seattle, Washington, USA - FEB 23, 2016
330ml bottle, thanks Marko. Clear gold-yellow, creamy head, long-lasting. Really typical Czech character and quite decent. Nice hop-biscuit, clean and relatively strong. Honey aroma, weak honey-alcohol finish. Nice example of the style really.

2.8
MarkoNm (2972) - Novo mesto, SLOVENIA - FEB 16, 2016
Pours a clear golden color, topped with a medium small and non-lasting white head. Mild grassy aroma, very fresh feel, some biscuity malty presence. Taste is nicely bitter, grassy with a bit metallic finish. A tad peppery feel. Otherwise decently nice, light, drinkable.

3.2
wiedrzensky (967) - SLOVAK REPUBLIC - DEC 8, 2015
Bottle. Pours is pale straw like clear with thick white head that lasts. Aroma of malts, grain, straw, honey.Taste is medium bitter, toasty mouthfeel. Medium body, creamy texture, long bitter finish.

2.8
larsga (7670) - Oslo, NORWAY - NOV 12, 2015
Medium white head. Clear coppery body with light carbonation. Light
fruity mealy aroma with grassy notes. Dry-sweet dusty grainy fruity
taste with herbal notes. Mid-bodied. Mild, soft mouthfeel. Dryish
mealy fruity aftertaste with herbal strawy notes. It’s not bad at
all. (0.33l bottle, from Meny Strømmen.)

2.8
Teran (331) - Belgrade, SERBIA - OCT 15, 2015
Žatec organic Czech premium is dark gold clear liquid with small white head. Soft carbonation and the qualities hard to remember. A Czech pilsner have mixture of malts with hops (žatec), that is where the name is coming from


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