Prague is the perfect place for the The Local Beer Movement but with so many choices and not enough time I needed to make some executive decisions. So naturally I found a pub and was introduced to the Nectar of Legends.
No seriously, named after Gambrinus, the legendary king of Flanders known for his mythical brewing abilities. Whaaaa.
Gambrinus, brewed at the Plzeňský Prazdroj brewery is one of the most popular beers in the Czech Republic. The company was founded in 1869.
Damn good stuff. I feel epic!!!
Beer, for me is already a good enough reason to come to Prague. However, if you got 48 hours to kill in between beer breaks we wrote a post called 2 Days in Prague as well as some other useful Prague related posts.
Gambrinus: To Drink or Not To Drink?
Rudderless has found its way to Prague. In Part one, host Christopher Rudder learns some Czech words, passes through the Jewish Quarter, and the old town (Astronomical Clock, Church of Our Lady before Týn) then it’s beer and a view at the Dancing House.
Watch Part 2: Rudderless in Prague
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