A Word A Week Challenge – Industrial

I love industrial architecture and objects. In the Czech Republic we have lots of breweries and I like to make beer tours to see and taste. Therefore for A Word A Week Challenge – Industrial I will take you to some of the breweries, but without the tasting, sorry :-). The first brewery is the biggest and also the most famous brewery in Pilsen, the city which gave name to the Pilsner type beer. Beer is brewed here from 1842 and it is really the number one.


Pilsen – Pilsner Urquell brewery

The second one is a medievel brewery. It is located in the beautiful city of Český Krumlov and the beer produced there is called Eggenberg. But my husband (beer-taste expert) says the beer is not that good. But I love the location and the brewery itself :-).


Český Krumlov – Eggenberg beer brewery

On the other hand Regent is my husband’s most favorite beer and he tried hard to find a place in Prague where they sell it. After non-succesfull visits to shops and supermarkets he found a small dirty hashery a few steps from our home where he can buy it. I can say the beer is very tasty and even more, the brewery itself is beautiful. It is located in small South Bohemina city Třeboň, which worths visiting for beer and also for carp specialities.


Třeboň – Regent beer brewery

Platan is a brewery in another small South Bohemian town Protivín, where you can also find a crocodile farm. The brewery is located in beautiful plane-tree alley and it is named after it: platan in Czech = plane-tree in English. We have a beautiful memory for very interesting excursion to the brewery, which ended up (as usually the brewery tours do) with a tasting. By coincidence our guide was not only a guide, he spent his whole life working for the brewery and he was very enthusiastic about the place and also about the beer. It made the tour even more interesting. Finally our tasting was much longer than the tour, the next group started 30 minutes after us and they were done quicker than we were. On the other hand they were able to stand on their feets after their tour, which cannot be said about us 🙂 (shots made after the tour are under the ban).


Protivín – Platan beer brewery


6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. dadirri7
    Feb 21, 2013 @ 09:33:42

    these special beers and breweries sound amazing .. tradition can produce something special!


  2. Opalla
    Feb 21, 2013 @ 23:19:39

    Nice to meet you in blogsphere thanks for liking my post on the lift bridge. You have a very interesting blog and you live in a beautiful country. I’ll follow your blog and hope you’ll follow mine too.


  3. woohaigotyouallinczech
    Feb 22, 2013 @ 14:58:22

    Great stuff! I’m moving to Prague very soon. Can’t wait to take trips to these places. Keep them coming.


  4. bubblytee
    Feb 24, 2013 @ 04:02:43

    somehow i missed this entry. I would love to tour something like this. The equipment is magnificent. 🙂

    and your pics are wonderful, as always ~


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