This, the most popular brand of beer in Moravia and characterised by its bitterness, is brewed in the Nošovice brewery from the highest quality brewing ingredients from Moravia. The first batch was brewed on 3rd December 1970. The brand has a strong and loyal following in Moravia and Silesia, but is also popular with beer lovers all over the Czech Republic. The range includes the pale draught Radegast Original, Genuinely Bitter 12°, hopped three times and with a full-bodied bitter flavour, and the draught Unfiltered full-flavour lager.
Radegast Rázná 10 offers uncompromising bitter refreshment. We use selected malt from our own malt-houses and higher volume of three varieties of the highest quality hops (Žatec semi-early red hop, the Sládek hop and the Žatec late hop). The bitterness is balanced by a fresh hops flavor and a more full-bodied flavor than usual. Alcohol content 4,1%.
Genuinely Bitter 12°
Genuinely Bitter 12° (Ryze hořká 12) is a pale thrice-hopped lager containing 5% alcohol, with an outstanding full-bodied bitter flavour and a distinctive hop aroma. It is brewed from three selected types of Moravian hops. Besides the Žatec semi-early red hop and the Sládek hop, it also contains the Czech variety Saaz Late, which is seen as the future of Czech brewing owing to its excellent quality.
This wonderfully bitterish unfiltered and unpasteurized lager is characterised by its light yeasty haze and pleasant, full-bodied flavour.