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I'm not exactly a beer expert, in fact I rarely drink the stuff, so this is just what I've read. Budvar beer, who's original German name was Budweiser, apparently bears no resemblence to the beer sold under the Budweiser label in the US, the American version said to be far inferior to the Czech brand. Tthey are linked, well sort of, German brewer Adolphus Busch adopted the name for his beer when he moved to the US thinking German beers sold better. That predated when the Czech brewers started brewing their version of Budweiser by 6 years, the Czechs and American brewers came to an agreement that the Czechs could call theirs the "original Budweiser" and the Americans could still use the name except for in Europe. The Rough Guide says that you can buy Budvar beer in the US, it's bottled under the name Czechvar. You can try Budvar at restaurants in Ceske Budejovice, the 1st place served Pilsner Urquell but Pavlac served Budvar.
Written Jun 8, 2008
The founder of Budweiser is the Czech Ministry of Agriculture. Today the brewery owns 380 valuable rights in over 100 countries in the form of trademarks like the American Budweiser which does not taste as good as the original from the Czech Republic.
Written Feb 3, 2003
I took this view of the city, from the top of the Black Tower, with one of those throw away panoramic camaras. Just a great view of this wonderful town.
Written Aug 24, 2002
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