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Brewed by Czech Pivovar Broumov-Olivetín. It is characterized by a golden, slightly iridescent color. The aroma is rather delicate, malty. It has a snow-white, high foam with thick blisters. The foam is dense and durable, very abundantly settles on the glass. The taste is dominated by subdued bitterness, maltiness and a slightly sweet aftertaste. Saturation between medium and low.

Container Vol.

Bottle 500ml




Bright lager

Original Gravity

12 BLG

EAN 8594023340356

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PRODUCENT -  Staropramen Broumov Opat

Our ancestors founded the Smíchov brewery in 1869. But the long history of beer began long before that date. And this is the story of people from the periphery who wanted and really did something good for themselves and their neighborhood. Imagine that a good fifty years before the establishment of an independent republic, Czechs will start planning that they want to have their own Czech brewery. It wasn't just about that. In Prague at that time, business revolved mainly around the German capital.

Right next to the border with Poland, 30 kilometers from Wałbrzych, there is the Czech town of Broumov, with a population of several thousand, and one of the oldest breweries in this part of Europe. The name of the currently produced Opat beer refers to the former founders of the brewery - the Benedictine order. The Benedictines came here from Prague right after Broumov was granted city rights by the Czech king Charles IV in 1348. This date was also considered the beginning of the tradition of brewing beer in the city. Unfortunately, not much information about brewing in this region has survived to our times. Probably in the Middle Ages, monks brewed beer for their own use. It must be remembered that beer in those days differed significantly from today's, primarily much lower alcohol content. It was then a common drink and, next to milk, the most available. The first brewer of the monastery brewery known by name was Johann Verner, who died in 1633.