As I've already mentioned, I've got a bit bored of ranting and I'm trying to take this blog in a different direction, having a go at beer fiction or at a different, and to me more interesting, way to review beers, among other things, which I've so far enjoyed
But the other day, as I was walking around in this lovely early spring weather we're having, I thought I could also be fun to go a bit back to basics and review the 16 brewpubs that are currently operating in Prague, all of them. It'll be, though, with a much more cynical approach than back in those days when the mere announcement of a new brewery was enough to give me a beer boner. I haven't decided yet what shape the reviews are going to take, though posting a bunch of three to four short reviews is for the time being the most likely candidate.
The methodology, on the other hand, will be very simple, and down to earth. I will go to each brewpub once and drink a pint of each of their staple beers, with a focus on Světlý Ležák whenever possible, and staying away from any seasonals, specials or similar things, as I believe that brewpub that doesn't offer at least one solid regular beer available all year round isn't worth the visit. Also, no tasting notes, well, I will try very hard to avoid them, at least.
So, stay tuned.