|Website||Official site in Czech|
Radegast is a Czech beer brewed in Nošovice, Moravian-Silesian Region, Czech Republic since 1970. The beer is named after the Slavic god Radegast. Stemming from the name for the beer is the slogan: "Život je hořký: Bohudík", a Czech phrase which translates into English as "Life is bitter: Thank God" (in reference to the beer's "bitter" taste).
The company brews the following different varieties of beer:
|Radegast Rázná 10||A pale draught beer with 4.1% ABV (in Czech: 10° or Výčepní)|
|Radegast Ryze hořká 12||A pale bitter lager with 5.1% ABV (in Czech: 12° or Hořký ležák)|
|Radegast Gloomy Bitter||A semi-dark bitter lager with 5.2% ABV (in Czech: 12° or Temně hořký ležák)|
|Radegast Unfiltered||An unfiltered, unpasteurized yeast pale lager with 5.1% ABV (in Czech: Nefiltrované)|
|Radegast Extra Bitter||An extra bitter special edition beer with 6.5% ABV (in Czech: 15° or Extra hořké)|
|Birell (non-alcoholic)||A pale non-alcoholic beer|
|Birell Polotmavý (non-alcoholic)||A semi-dark non-alcoholic beer|
|Birell Green Barley (non-alcoholic)||A flavored pale non-alcoholic beer|
Radegast Brewery in Nošovice
- "Radegast loni potvrdil pozici nejprodávanější pivní značky na Moravě". Prazdroj (in Czech). 26 January 2009.
- "Ryze hořká 12 – Skutečná 12 s plnou hořkou chutí!". Radegast (in Czech).
- Radegast Birell official pages (Czech)
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