Our beers have received international quality certification

Our craft beer is created only by natural fermentation, so it is honest and properly balanced. All our beers have passed demanding certification and have obtained international VEGAN certification for the EU, USA, India, New Zealand, Australia and Norway. Certification does not only mean vegan beer, but it is a proof of adherence to quality raw materials and production processes. Beer is brewed by craft only by natural fermentation of quality raw materials, hops and malts, yeast and water. Our beers do not contain anything else, we follow the original recipes. The taste of tangerines, grapefruits or caramel is always given only by selected types of hops and malts, oatmeal, never artificial additives. This is the true taste and quality of our beers. Our craft beer contains many vitamins, minerals, brewer's yeast, regulates the acidic environment of the body and has many other health benefits. The demand for unfiltered and unpasteurized beers is rising, mainly because of their honest taste and wide offer from bottom-fermented lagers to increasingly sought-after specials and top-fermented beers. Purchased beers are unfiltered and unpasteurized and must be kept refrigerated. After receiving the beer, keep it in the refrigerator, a short transfer during distribution does not affect the quality, but prolonged standing in the heat is not suitable. Consume the beer within 25 days of receipt.

Summer Grapefruit NEIPA JOHANN 13

Welcome summer with Johann 🙂 Johan NEIPA 13 (New England India Pale Ale) is an unfiltered and unpasteurized beer from the category of light specialty beers. Balanced body, medium bitterness, aroma of hops and delicate turbid color after using oatmeal when brewing beer give this beer an irresistible taste of grapefruit and a pleasant aroma of citrus. Gesundheit!

  • Hops were used for production – Magnum, Citra and Mosaic
  • Malts: Pale Ale and oatmeal

13 reasons to drink unfiltered and unpasteurized beer

Beer is an alcoholic beverage that is prepared using barley, hops, water and yeast. It is one of the most popular alcoholic beverages enjoyed by people all over the world. There are many types of beer that usually lose their beneficial effects on health by filtration and pasteurization. Industrially produced beers are expected to have a long lifespan that would be disturbed by living organisms in beer.Crafted beers in small microbreweries are designed for quick consumption, within 30 days and thus they can afford to preserve all important substances.It is no wonder that the popularity of craft beers in our country and in the world is growing.  Crafted beer is rich in proteins, contains only natural sugars formed by natural fermentation, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc, Vitamin C, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B-6, Vitamin B-12, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Beer is a very good source of minerals that play a fundamental role in metabolic processes. If you take beer in moderate amounts, it can boost your health in many ways. Health benefits of beer when consumed in moderate amounts. Antitumor potential – In a study titled "Beer Ingredients as Potential Chemopreventive Agents Against Cancer," there is evidence to suggest potential preventive effects of the substances contained in hops on cancer prevention.Previous studies have shown that xanthohumol from hops has an inhibitory effect on the initiation, growth and progression of carcinogenesis. Colony carcinogenesis in a study in rat models conducted in Japan (Nozawa H et al., 2004) showed that the components of beer have chemopreventive effects and that the intake of the drink can help reduce the risk of cancer. Protects the heart – Beer contains vitamin B6, which protects against heart disease. It has a thinning effect on the blood and prevents the formation of clots that cause blockage of the coronary arteries. According to a study conducted by ICTAN in Spain, moderate consumption of craft beers in Spain within 1 month was associated with positive changes in blood lipid profile. Moderate consumption also reduces the risk of inflammation, the cause of atherosclerosis, which is a state of cholesterol and plaque on the vessels and walls of the arteries. Increases bone density – It turns out that a moderate intake of unpasteurized and unfiltered beers increases bone density, thereby preventing the risk of fractures and osteoporosis.For this reason, it is recommended for women after 40 . Craft beer manages diabetes – Studies have linked moderate beer consumption to a lower prevalence of type 2 diabetes. Prevents anemia – Craft beer is a good source of vitamin B12 and folic acid, the lack of which can lead to anemia. Vitamin B12 is also essential for maintaining normal growth, good memory and concentration. Lowers blood pressure – Regular drinkers of craft beers have lower blood pressure compared to people who consume similar amounts of wine, filtered beers or other spirits. Delays aging – Beer, produced by natural craft processes, increases the potency and influence of vitamin E, which is the main antioxidant in the body. It is an important part of maintaining healthy skin while slowing down the aging process. Prevents the appearance of gallstones – Regular consumption of a moderate amount of beer affects cholesterol levels and reduces the concentration of bile, which leads to a reduced risk of developing gallstones. Beer prevents dementia – The consumption of unfiltered and unpasteurized beer also increases the level of "good cholesterol" by 10-20%, thereby reducing the risk of dementia and cardiovascular diseases. Improves digestion – Artisanal beer has a number of digestive-friendly properties that include stimulation of gastrin, stomach acid and pancreatic enzymes. Reduces the risk of kidney stones – Beer is high in potassium and magnesium, which results in a reduced risk of kidney stones. The silicon present in the body is easily absorbed by the body to protect against osteoporosis. Unpasteurized and unfiltered beer relieves stress – it helps to reduce stress and facilitate sleep. Quality diuretic – Craft beer acts as a diuretic and significantly increases urination. This facilitates the increased removal of toxins and waste materials from the body. Crafted beer is a good source of many substances that promote health. Try crafted beers, unfiltered and unpasteurized, and see the difference in your health.Try the effect of unfiltered and unpasteurized beers, for example, in Vincenz beer from the Auersperg Žacký brewery https://www.pivovarauersperg.cz/

Unpasteurized, unfiltered beers have more health benefits

Live beer – this is generally the presence of noble yeast left over from the brewing process. Beers that have not been pasteurized and filtered, with a significant amount of live yeast, are called live beers. Usually these are beers crafted in small breweries.   Fresh, well-brewed beer that has traveled only a small number of kilometers will always be better than the equivalent beer that left the brewery a few months ago, underwent pasteurization and filtration, and lost essential health benefits.Most draught beers that traveled a long distance are now pasteurized, leaving no important live yeast.This is because the pasteurized import of the beer keg lasts longer.Unpasteurized beers are prone to storage and their shelf life is given as 30 days, although we know that with good storage they last a little longer. Some bars still hold a few taps for local craft beers and provide quality and fresh beer for their guests. The difference between unfiltered beers and filtered beers is mostly in appearance and in a certain degree of taste. When brewing beer, you basically have 3 things that can be left in the beer after it is brewed: yeast residues, proteins and hop particles. In the home brewery, the brewer's yeast remains in the beer to allow the beer to be modified and CO2 to be formed in the bottle. In commercially available beer, the product is usually filtered, saturated with force and bottled. Studies conducted suggest that moderate beer consumption may have real health benefits.These benefits are increased by the consumption of unfiltered unpasteurized beers, produced naturally, by craft production. What's the healthiest thing about craft beer? 1) Craft beer is heart-friendly – moderate consumption of craft beer is associated with lower cardiovascular risk. Antioxidants are important for heart health. 2) Even the brain appreciates the health of beer – researchers in Boston have found that drinking beer can boost brain health. Scientists believe that this is due to the fact that alcohol has the ability to thin the blood, thereby helping to prevent the formation of blood clots.However, beware of excessive drinking, which can cause brain atrophy. 3) Craft beer is full of B vitamins, so drinking artisan unpasteurized, unfiltered beer can help improve your mental health. Reduces anxiety and depression. Drink beers that contain enough nutrients such as protein, vitamin B, iron, niacin, riboflavin and magnesium. Most unpasteurized and unfiltered beers already contain these ingredients. 4) Unfiltered unpasteurized beer is an enzymatic beverage. Unfiltered unpasteurized beer can now be ordered online when picked up the next day, all important ingredients and live yeast will be preserved.Beer is sent, for example, by the Auersperg Žacký Brewery. https://www.pivovarauersperg.cz/ Recent research on live beers suggests that unfiltered and unpasteurized beer could help prevent Alzheimer's disease. The disease, which affects nearly 500,000 people in the UK, is linked to high levels of aluminium, but the silicon in beer can compensate for this damage.A 2008 study published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology found that silicon was able to reduce aluminum intake in the digestive tract and slow the accumulation of metal in the body and brain tissue. But beware: University College London also warned in a study that men who drink more than two pints of beer a day could suffer from memory loss. 😊

Gabriela IPA 14

The Princess was born! It's Gabriela IPA 14. Fresh, fragrant and a little bitter beer that will delight every lover of liquid drink. Good luck, Gabriela!