Czech beer: the first Pils.
In Czech Republic beer is a serious matter. It’s in this region that hop plantation started: first evidences date back as far as 859 BC. It didn’t take long before the plant was transformed into a beverage: someone was already savouring it in the year one thousand.
In 1842 the first “pilsner” beer was made in Czech Republic in the Plzen brewery, where a dark, cloudy beer was being produced since 1200. The Pilsner is the first “lager” beer, with its typical light flavour and pale yellow colour that have made it famous all over the world.
The history of Malastrana
Inspired by Prague’s famous district, the taste of Malastrana beer expresses the best of Czech brewery tradition. We’re talking about a beer that holds a centuries-old brewing knowledge. Bohemia is a magnificent land with unique and characteristic atmospheres, where brewing beer means producing culture.
Such a strong connections seem to be indissoluble and Malastrana is its exact representation. A beer that tells stories of unique atmospheres with its taste: Malà Strana, Prague’s Little Quarter, overlooked by the majestic castle and the famous Charles Bridge.
Malastrana is the beer for people with a strong character. The beer of those who love sharing, drinking in old pubs, breweries and town festivals. For people who love having fun, drinking and eating delicious food. Malastrana is the beer for those who enjoy life. From Prague to Bohemia, through Moravian countryside it has crossed boundaries so that you can drink draft beer as if you were in Prague – same taste, same quality.