Staropramen

Prazské Pivovary A.S.

Czech Republic

Translated to mean "The Star of Prague," this lager far exceeds in taste that of its Czech cousin Pilsner Urquell. This beer had an almost woody flavor to go along with its malty refreshing taste. definitely a must-try if you are into Central European lagers. I'll have to remember to get a six pack of this when I see the Devils play this year, in honor of their awesome Czech players.

Reviewed: September 12, 2002

Rating: 7/10

Thanks to David J. Farley for pointing out that Staropramen means "old spring", not that crap that Steve made up. Of course, Barry Henderson translates it to "Old Prague". So when Steve gets off his lazy ass and does some research, I'll fix the review.

Reviewed:

Rating: /10

Alright, someone else chimed in on Staropramen. This guy's name is Zdenek, which is very much Slavic, so he would know. He says it means Old Spring. There. Now, will you please edit out my 5 year old translation? I'm wrong! I admit it! I fucked up! Please, end this humiliation!

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Rating: /10

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