ABV: 4,5% An English ale (not an oatmeal stout) with an Australian signature of a dark amber color and some long-lasting creamy foam. The name represents the combination of Australian hops with an English recipe.
ABV: 5,2% Hops: Galena, Goldings Coffee or beer? Beer naturally takes the first place, but this stout is enhanced with coffee beans from a popular Australian roastery Reuben Hills. One pint of this beer contains about a half of espresso.
ABV: 6% "With feet firmly on the ground and the head high in the sky, we took mile-long steps over the rye fields, and the rye ended up in the beer together with a several american hops" Raven brewery This ale is rye IPA of an intense flavour, with heart-warming effects.
ABV: 6,3% This is the first white IPA brewed in the Czech Republic, combining sweet wheat body with the bitter citrus end. The first was brewed for an NGO "Iceberg" - it is clean as a fallen snow and very smooth.
ABV: 6,4% Hops: bursting with Citra and Amarillo When a 5-time Danish home brewing gold medal winner Kim Johansen (KJ Brewing) comes for a visit to brew his award-winning Gunslinger IPA recipe, you know your stock of hops will take a beating. Gunslinger takes no prisoners.
ABV: 6,3% Hops: Galena, East Kent Goldings Cream porter is something like a rarity in Europe, and according to Ratebeer.com, this might be the first one. Smoothly creamy and with full tunes of chocolate, this beer was made of progressive thinking and the determination to move the Czech brewing scene ahead.
ABV: 6,5% Hops: US Bravo, Centennial, Galaxy For all those who like it nice, bitter and aromatic. The amber color is the result of Carapils malt and roasted barley, while Caraarome malt and the hops can be thanked for the aromas of caramel, tropical and forest fruit.
ABV: 5,8% Hops: Simcoe, Citra, Mosaic In Bohemia they say that "a habit is a shirt iron" - very hard to change. This American lager is a step for those eternal fans of lager into the world of flavors from beyond the former Iron Curtain.