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brewery

brewery

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malt house

Brewing beer has to start with the malt. Malt is made in the malt house by germinating grain. After this procedure the grain is dried, scraped and the whole mixture is put into the mash tun/kettle.

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kettle

The kettle is the metaphorical heart of the brewery. In the first faze the malt is mixed with water at the temperature of 35 degrees Celsius and slowly heated.

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mash tun

A part of this solution (called mashout) is pumped over into the bottom part of the mash tun (an insulated brewing vessel with a false bottom) where the heating starts at a constant temperature of 63 to 73 degrees Celsius so the enzymes are deactivated.
Next the whole brew is pumped over into a "lauter tun" where the grains are separated from the sweet wort (called lautering). Then the sweet wort is pumped into another vessel where it is boiled for about an hour at the temperature of 100 degrees Celsius. After adding hops we get hop wort...

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heat exchanger

Which then travels into a heat exchanger, where it's cooled to a temprature when yeast can be added safly, (10 degrees) after that the hop wort is pumped into fermentation tanks.
Here the main fermenting process comes to order. Brewing yeast is added into opened tanks and it lets the beer ferment for 8-12 days at 7-10 degrees. Draft beers lie in the fermentation tanks for about 10 days, lager 12 days. The main part of alcohol is created during this process.

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cellar

After that the beer goes into the cellar where in different fermentation tanks it ferments for another 40 days at 1 to 3 degrees.

Brew master

Tomáš Tuchyňa
Tomáš Tuchyňa

Robert Maňák the brew master was born in České Budějovice where he studied food processing and brewing. His career started in Prague in the monastic brewery Strahov where he met for the first time with real brewer practice and gained the opportunity to learn from the best from his craftsmanship. It didn't take long and his beer gained recognition of many satisfied beer drinkers. Robert has gained dozens of domestic awards in various contests.
Robert Maňak himself is a big lover of beer and his craftsmanship. He is proud of his own work and proclaims: „I brew beer only from the best ingredients and according to my own methods which are a part of my know-how. I am always enthusiastic and excited. The best reward for me is when people drink my beer and like it and want to return.“ In our brewery Robert Maňák made good use of his many-year experience. On a regular bases he is brewing three basic beers - lager, semi-dark lager and dark lager. These beers are replenished by beer specials which he knowing hot to brew more than 30 types Robert Maňák gives our guests the opportunity to try new beers during every visit in our brewery. New beers from around the whole world.

Kinds of beer

  • Malostranský Lager

    Bottom-fermented pilsner beer. We use highest quality Czech ingredients and traditional recipe. 12°, 5,0% alc., IBU 39

  • Rubín 13°

    A full-bodied semi-dark lager with caramel flavor and lower bitterness. It belongs to representatives of beers labeled "Vienna style." 13°, 5,8% alc., IBU 38

  • Dark Special "Black Raven"

    Dark beer with a strong caramel taste with tones of dark chocolate, roasted malt and coffee. Beer is of medium bitterness. 14°, 6 % alc., IBU 48

  • Autumn IPA

    A semi-dark, top-fermented strong India Pale Ale beer. The beer consists of four types of barley malt. Thanks to them, the beer has its copper colour. A large amount of hops gives the beer a higher bitterness, taste and aroma of citrus, maracuja and peach. 6.0% alc.obj.

  • St. Martin's lager

    Traditional bottom-fermented Czech pale lager. The beer was brewed from three types of barley malt and hopped only with Czech Saaz hops. The beer has a mild bitterness. 4.7% alc.obj

Malostranský Lager
Malostranský Lager

Bottom-fermented pilsner beer. We use highest quality Czech ingredients and traditional recipe. 12°, 5,0% alc., IBU 39

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Rubín 13°
Rubín 13°

A full-bodied semi-dark lager with caramel flavor and lower bitterness. It belongs to representatives of beers labeled "Vienna style." 13°, 5,8% alc., IBU 38

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Dark Special "Black Raven"
Dark Special "Black Raven"

Dark beer with a strong caramel taste with tones of dark chocolate, roasted malt and coffee. Beer is of medium bitterness. 14°, 6 % alc., IBU 48

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Autumn IPA
Autumn IPA

A semi-dark, top-fermented strong India Pale Ale beer. The beer consists of four types of barley malt. Thanks to them, the beer has its copper colour. A large amount of hops gives the beer a higher bitterness, taste and aroma of citrus, maracuja and peach. 6.0% alc.obj.

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St. Martin's lager
St. Martin's lager

Traditional bottom-fermented Czech pale lager. The beer was brewed from three types of barley malt and hopped only with Czech Saaz hops. The beer has a mild bitterness. 4.7% alc.obj

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