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Hundreds of thousands of litres of beer have since gone wasted and unsold due to the forced bar and restaurant closures during COVID-19 restrictions.  Instead of dumping the country’s most precious resource into the canal, Bernard Brewery is turning it into a 40% alcohol beer-based brandy.  Radek Tulis, a spokesman for the brewery, said that the new product isn’t going to sell as well as the beer, but will be much less painful than letting it go to waste. “Beer brandy might not save the brewery, but it still gives new meaning to good beer and all the work that people put into it. Pouring beer into the canal is just a painful idea.” Bernard has lost 14% of itsContinue Reading

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The average man in the Czech Republic eats his own weight worth of meat every year.  According to Czech Statistical Office (CZSO), the average Czech man weighs 83.6 kilograms and eats about 83.2 kilograms of meat a year.  The majority of all meat consumed in the Bohemian lands is chicken and pork, with the remaining portion being beef, fish, various wild game, and organ meats.  The amount of chicken consumed today is five kilograms more than it was in 2010, while other meats have remained at more or less the same consumption rate for the past decade, according to CSZO.  “Last year, 454,846 tonnes of meat were produced in the Czech Republic, of which 211,436 were pork, 170,725 tonnes wereContinue Reading