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Zatecky Gus (Zhatetsky goose) is a light lager with a light traditional flavour. This beer is brewed on the original recipe with the addition of famous Czech aromatic hop of Zhatetsky variety. This hop gives the beer its specific aroma and slight bitterness.
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SKU: 4600682483915
$4.99

Zatecky Gus (Zhatetsky goose) is a light lager with a light traditional flavour. This beer is brewed on the original recipe with the addition of famous Czech aromatic hop of Zhatetsky variety. This hop gives the beer its specific aroma and slight bitterness. The new beer drinks easily. Zatecky Gus is a unique opportunity to enjoy the beer, which is not expensive and brewed in the best Czech traditions. The Zhatetsky hop has been grown in the area of Zhatets town in northern Czechia for more than 700 years. From the old times, the hops have been famous not only in Czechia but as well in the neighbouring regions. Zhatets is often called the world hop capital — Zhatetsky hop is one of the highest-quality hops in the world, it has been grown by the Institute of Hop growing. 11°

Zatecky Gus (Zhatetsky goose) is a light lager with a light traditional flavour. This beer is brewed on the original recipe with the addition of famous Czech aromatic hop of Zhatetsky variety. This hop gives the beer its specific aroma and slight bitterness. The new beer drinks easily. Zatecky Gus is a unique opportunity to enjoy the beer, which is not expensive and brewed in the best Czech traditions. The Zhatetsky hop has been grown in the area of Zhatets town in northern Czechia for more than 700 years. From the old times, the hops have been famous not only in Czechia but as well in the neighbouring regions. Zhatets is often called the world hop capital — Zhatetsky hop is one of the highest-quality hops in the world, it has been grown by the Institute of Hop growing. 11°

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