Zatec

Žatec

(zhä`tĕts), Ger. Saaz, city (1991 pop. 21,422), NW Czech Republic, in Bohemia. It is a center for agricultural trade. Žatec was founded in the 11th cent. The city was captured and burned by the Swedes in 1639, during the Thirty Years War.

Žatec

 

a city in Czechoslovakia, on the Ohře River, in Severočeský Krai, Czech Socialist Republic. Population, 16,300 (1968). Žatec is a railway junction and the regional center for hop- growing and brewing. The city has a church from the 14th century and a town hall from the 16th century.

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In Cheb, As, Lovosice, Zatec, areas in which many of the Baptists who left in 1947 from Banat settled, their community of faith has lasted and has consolidated, being a real help for those who came after 1990.
Council staff in Zatec were closing down a swimming pool when they came across the statue of a whale, which they sold for the bargain price, assuming it was worthless.
The combination of pale colour from the new malts, Pilsen's remarkably soft water, Saaz-noble hops from nearby Zatec, and Bavarian-style lagering, produced a clear, golden beer that was regarded as a sensation.
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Budvar is a straw-coloured lager with a distinctive floral, hoppy nose caused by the Saaz hops from Zatec used to brew this beer.
1992, Remarks on the ocurrence and stratigraphy of a complex of Cretaceous marls in the Zatec.
The Czech Zatec Pilsner with minted cucumber maki rolls proved to be the overall favourite.
The spiciness of a dry Czech Zatec Pilsner merged seamlessly with nearly every dish and Belgium's Palm Speciale ale was judged best with the the lamb roganjosh.