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  MF Dnes, the most influential public opinion maker among newspapers wrote on July, 2013:

 The spring reunion of the managers of TRASK company with their trading partners took place in the traditional venue of Brewers House in Prague. The meeting proceeded in an informal and relaxed mood to which we chipped in by running a beer roulette testing the tastes of guests by guessing various beer styles and brands. That raised the spirits and ended in a flux of questions after the game was over. The roulette was open on two tables and their winners competed in the finals endowed with a rich beer jackpot. Sorry if you did not win and even more sorry if you have never experienced the thrill of playing. The photo gallery is available HERE:

Brazil journalist and home brewer JOSÉ VIRGILIO BRAGHETTO (BYTES AND BEER) visited Prague and Czech Republic in September to make a film about Czech beer, especially pilsner type of beer – Czech lagers. During his stay José visited Pivovarsky dům Praha (Brewers house in Prague), Mini Brewery U Medvidků (At Teddy Bears), Beer Yard Cernice – Pilsen and Brewery Berounský Medvěd (Beroun Bear), where he met and interviewed brewers and the brewery representatives. During the small local beer festival he interviewed also the brewers from the Brewery Yard Chýně and representatives from the Brewery Matuška Broumy.

Slunce ve skle

Slunce ve skle On 15th August 2010 our project Czech Beer Tours became an official partner of the biggest open air festival of small and micro breweries in Czech Republic – SLUNCE VE SKLE (Sun in a Glass), organized by the Brewery Yard Purkmistr Cernice – Pilsen.

The Art of Czech Beer Tours:
It takes so much of expertise, effort and time to bring a good beer to your table that the majority of industrial brewers and caterers are not able to make it. Thus it makes you missing something important: there is a saying that beer is the anesthesia by which we endure the operation of life. Some people care neither about the quality of their life nor about the quality of beer. They are not our customers. Our trips are especially designed for those who do care about both