ABV = Alcohol By Volume. The higher this number is means how much alcohol the drink contains.

4.2 %

IBU = International Bitterness Units. This is a scale of bitterness from 0 to 100. Bitterness is perceived differently by people and the IBU number shows the general direction: the higher the IBU, the more bitterness the beer contains.


OG = Original gravity. It is indicated in the form of a three- or four-digit number, by which amateurs determine whether the beer is dense or not.

10 °P

EBC = (European Brewing Convention) - brewing standards on European level established by the convention of European brewers. This abbreviation mainly refers to the intensity of the malt color.


“Beer with a Czech character”

A light Czech-style lager, or as it is called by the Czechs – “Ležák”, dry, with a refreshing aroma of atec hops, based on a special Weyermann line malt - Bohemian Pilsner – prepared using authentic Czech barley - the Hanka variety. This “Ležák” is brewed using the traditional boiling-off or decoction method, where the thick part of the mash is removed three times during mashing and is boiled, thus giving full flavor and body to this beer, despite the low strength. The beer is quite well saturated with carbon dioxide and acquires the property that the Czechs call rzhis. This is a tingling sensation on the tip of the tongue like a fizzy candy.