Here are some events for October:
Chotebor opens its brewery doors on October 7th, starting at 11 a.m and ending at 18. Admission is free, there will be music as well as events for kids. There’s even a contest for the best goulash, with the audience as well as a professional judge deciding the winner.
Celebrating 175 years of Pilsner Urquell, the annual event is extra special this year, with festivities being held all over the town of Plzen. Expect lots of music (most of Czech Republic’s big bands are participating), food, and of course, golden lager. There’s even a free train departing from Prague at 10.25 and returning at 23.30.
The town of Milevsko (located between Písek and Tábor) will hold their 9th beer festival in the town’s cultural house. Entrance for 1 day costs 70 czk and for 2 days 120 czk, and 10 czk cheaper if bought before. Not much info is out there, except there will be music.
In Southern Bohemia, Pivovar Kamenice nad Lipou has its opening ceremony on October 28th. Brewing goes back a long ways in this southern Bohemian town, but on this day they’ll be celebrating a new microbrewery’s first batch of 12° lager.
On the Czech Republic's Northern border with Germany in the small town of Varnsdorf, Pivovar Kocour will hold their annual Ale Festival. Expect lots of heavy hitting ales, good food, live music and fun at their brewery complex.
Every Saturday, Bohemian Brews has their Mala Strana Beer Tasting Tour starting at 15.30 for those curious and thirsty guests who’d like to taste Czech Beer Culture at its finest.
Every Saturday at 15.30