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On Au­gust 10, VL­TAVA Czech Brew­ery Restau­rant of­fi­cially opened its doors to food­ies and lovers of good drinks. The open­ing cel­e­bra­tion was sup­ported by the govern­ment of Prague, cap­i­tal of the Czech Repub­lic; the em­bassy of the Czech Repub­lic in China and other Czech in­sti­tu­tions in China. Mayor of Prague Adri­ana Krnáčová, Deputy Head of Mis­sion (Min­is­ter Coun­sel­lor) Klára Jurčová of the Czech Em­bassy in China and other hon­oured guests at­tended the cel­e­bra­tion. More than 100 guests in to­tal wit­nessed the ex­cit­ing open­ing cer­e­mony of the VL­TAVA Czech Brew­ery Restau­rant.

The Vl­tava is the mother river car­ry­ing the his­tory of the Czech Repub­lic, and nour­ish­ing the Czech land. It is also the ori­gin of VL­TAVA Czech Brew­ery Restau­rant. Love of Czech cul­ture and pur­suit of fine cui­sine brought VL­TAVA Czech Brew­ery Restau­rant to Bei­jing as the first gourmet Czech restau­rant in the city. The restau­rant care­fully se­lects the best in­gre­di­ents, which are then cooked on-site by a Czech chef, and of­fers au­then­tic Czech beers. Fine food and drink form a grand ban­quet.

Dalesice Brew­ery is a part­ner of the restau­rant. It be­gan op­er­a­tions in 1609. The old­est of its build­ings was built dur­ing the Baroque pe­riod in the early 17th cen­tury. It fea­tures mas­sive stone walls, arched domes and lithic win­dow walls. The brew­ery pro­duces 15,000 hec­tolitres of beers an­nu­ally. This is mostly draught beer, light lager and dark lager, which are sold to over 100 lo­cal Czech restau­rants and bars. Forty-five restau­rants and bars sell Dalesice beers ex­clu­sively. Dalesice Brew­ery also owns five restau­rants and bars in Brno and its sur­round­ing ar­eas, and the num­ber keeps grow­ing. Af­ter years of de­vel­op­ment, Dalesice has be­come one of the most fa­mous brew­eries in the Czech Repub­lic.

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