Look, we have a Czech friend named Adam. He’s actually a second generation brewer, and his family brewery is located in the countryside 30 miles outside of Prague. And we think he makes the best Czech pilsner in the world. And he told us to name our beer this word. How do you pronounce it? You can’t. It’s that awesome of a word. (Ok, you can: Ha-La-Dinka) And what does this word mean? Well, there’s no clear translation in English. But most closely, it’s “the perfect pour” – level headed with three fingers of wet foam. It’s a combination of something physical, combined with an experience, and a vibe. It’s deep, people. And so is this beer. We used Weyermann Floor Malted Bohemian Pils and hopped it with a bag of Saaz Special that Adam gave us, along with more regular Czech Saaz that Hollingbery sold us (we think those hops are special too). So don’t worry about butchering the name, it’s all downhill once it hits your lips. Er, uphill. It gets easier, is what we’re saying.
Na zdraví! (pronounced: Naz-Drah-vee… it means “CHEERS!”… obviously.)