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Master

8/10 Brilliant dark beer from Prague. Very tasty and smooth with a hint of chocolate. Not as bitter as other Czech dark beers, it’s just right. Very smooooooth. My best Czech beer so far.

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Pilsner Urquell

5/10 Very common Czech larger and is served pretty much everywhere. Sometimes unpasteurised, straight from the tank! Has a decent head and isn’t too gassy. Still lager but points for effort…

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Kozel Dark

7/10 The lighter version of Kozel is more common. However, I preferred the dark version. It’s a decent ale and at around ¬£1 a pint I was very happy!! I think it’s quite similar to Guinness… 3.8%

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Krusovice

6/10 Prague mainly sells Kozel and Pilsner. If you’re not a fan of lager then ask for a “dark beer”. You will either get Krusovice or sometimes Kozel Dark. I drank a lot of this in Prague. It goes down well; quite nice and smooth. Tastes a little bit similar to Guinness.

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Kozel

6/10 Kozel is one of the standard beers in Prague. It’s literally everywhere as it’s apparently¬†Czech’s favourite beer. It’s served with a large head in a glass that makes you feel like a Viking! It’s not overly fizzy like lager in the UK (this is a good thing in my book). Plus, it has more… Read more »