The Czech Beer Festival - Prague, 15th May to 31st May 2014

Czech Beer Festival 2014 A must visit place!

The seventh year of the legendary Czech Beer Festival Prague is coming.

What can you expect?

  • 17 days full of the best from Czech breweries, from Czech chefs, butchers and bakers
  • more than 70 brands of Czech beer of top quality in glass mugs
  • friendly service in traditional Czech costumes
  • specialties made by the chefs of famous Czech restaurants and catering companies Vyšehrad 2000 Catering
  • live music every day
  • 4,000 seats
  • an ideal place for corporate and team building events, social parties and class reunions

Experience the unique atmosphere.
Come and have a drink, eat, and get acquainted, but also to have a good time!
Come and have a beer!

When, where, how much and for how much? The festival takes place 17 days between 15th May and 31st May 2014 inclusive.

Where?

Letná – Prague 7
Map with transport services is ready for you here.

What?

We are the perfect place to meet. And we know that you'll be coming back every year. We adapt the capacity, which is indeed generous this year.

  • Spacious hall – 60 × 30 m
  • Variety of beers – 60 × 15 m (3 smaller tents – 20 × 15 m)
  • Gardens (beer square) 60 × 17 m
  • Total capacity of up to 10,000 seats

Look at the plan and choose your seating arrangements. You do not have to worry about capacity!

How much?

Free admission every weekday until 2:00 pm.
Admission CZK 90 per person every weekday from 2:00 pm and on Saturday and Sunday.
Beer card balances will be reimbursed at the checkout at the festival exit, daily until 11.00 p.m.
Beer card balances will be reimbursed up to a maximum of five beer dollars (CZK 225).

Beer thalers
Discounts on admission fees:

Visitors over 65 years, and children ages 0 to 15 years 100%

The admission fee includes 1 beer thaler (worth CZK 45).
Each ticket sold will generate a CZK 1 donation to charity.

Benefits and comfort with VIP Pass

This year we introduce the VIP Pass valued at CZK 2,000.

With them, you get more:

  • Access to the VIP zone
  • Service with the portfolio from the self-service zone
  • Possibility to enter the grounds on 5 selected days of the festival
  • A gift in the form of VIP merchandise

What, how and with whom?

What will we eat and drink?

The variety of good drinks this year will again be very diverse. Click here for an overview of breweries, brands and more information.

Excellent delicacies and specialties that go with and without beer will be provided by the exclusively certified Vyšehrad 2000 - Group. Details about the festival menu can be found here.

Who will take care of your needs?

A costume-dressed and pleasant staff is our thing and will be there again this year.

Beer Card

How will payments be made?

Brand new to this year's festivities will be the Beer Card for every visitor that will replace our old friends - beer thalers. You can charge the credit on this card at any time and then pay for all services at the festival. Practical and easy!

You can also charge the credit on the card in a cashless manner. We accept all types of debit card (VISA, MasterCard).

Which bands will play?

Švejk

Where there's beer, there's Švejk. The world-famous symbol portrayed by Mr. František Valeš will attend.

A big addition this year will be the multi-genre festival ROCK'N'BEER FEST.

Gifts, merchandising

We have prepared a wide variety of merchandising for souvenirs and gifts for friends.

Stalls rental

Do you sell articles relating to the beer festival? We offer the rental of about 75 m2 of selling space for stalls. Available sizes include 3×3 m, 6×3 m nebo 9×3 m.

Selling sausages, smoked meat, alcoholic and soft drinks, coffee and other hot and cold drinks in the stalls is not permitted, with the exception of crushed ice and mead.

If interested, please contact us at our e-mail address stanky@pivnifestivalpraha.cz and we will be happy to give you all the information you need.

Photo gallery

Beer and food We are very picky when it comes to beer and food.

Breweries

Main Tent

Protivín Brewery
Protivín Brewery

Protivín Brewery

The exact year the Protivín brewery was established is not documented in writing, but it is certain that it brewed beer as early as in the first half of the 16th century. The first written mention even dates back to 1540. In 1711 it became the property of the Schwarzenberg noble family, where it remained for more than two hundred years. It was during the era of the Schwarzenberg family when It was in the era of the Schwarzenberg family when the brewery built a beautiful brewhouse with copper boilers, including a square-shaped wort, where the beer is brewed right to this day.

The most famous beer which the brewery produces is Platan. The name was first used in 1973 for the 11% light lager. It was inspired by a beautiful three-row avenue of plane trees lining the path to the brewery.

Protivínský brewery produces 11 beers. They are produced from high-quality water from artesian wells, which conforms to the requirements for suckling water.

Lobkowicz Premium

Lobkowicz Premium Lager is a traditional Czech beer taking pride in a distinctive delicious taste. Its fullness and bitterness are combined in a harmonious whole. It is produced only from high quality ingredients of domestic origin - Czech “Saaz” and “Premiant” hop varieties, Czech malt made from “Bojos” barley and water from the South Bohemian Deep Lake, all using our own historical yeast strain. It contains no hop extracts or other substitutes, plus it's a real and genuine twelve degree beer brewed to the alcoholic strength of 12.2%. It is named after a famous Czech aristocratic family.

Lobkowicz Premium is a premium pale lager with an alcohol content of 4,7 % by volume.

Lobkowicz Premium Nealko

"Lobkowicz” non-alcoholic beer is made from crystal clear water from an underground lake, Czech, Bavarian and caramel malt and hops of “Saaz”, Cascade and Premiant varieties, using our own yeast strain. The result is a refreshing beer full of flavour, which is very close to the classic taste of beer, and which also has a physiologically balanced composition. It contains only natural antioxidants, is low in sodium and is not artificially sweetened. Thanks to the very low energy value it is an optimal drink for all advocates of a healthy lifestyle.

Lobkowicz Premium Nealko is a premium pale non-alcoholic beer with a maximum alcohol content of 0,49 % by volume.

Schwarzenberg světlý ležák

The beer-brewing blend also includes Bavarian malt by means of which it is possible to achieve a fuller taste and darker colour. A high ratio of Saaz hops then guarantees the Schwarzenberg lager a balanced bitterness. The beer is characterized by medium fullness, mild bitterness and great relish.

Schwarzenberg světlý ležák is a pale lager with an alcohol content of 4,5 % by volume.

Vysoký Chlumec Brewery
Vysoký Chlumec Brewery

Vysoký Chlumec Brewery

The Vysoký Chlumec estate, located near Sedlčany, was inhabited for a long time by the Czech noble family Lobkowicz. The castle, which towers above the present brewery, was purchased by Lobkowicz family in the 2nd half of the fifteenth century. The first mentions of brewing in the estate date back to 1466. The historically oldest preserved description of the brewery of Vysoký Chlumec dates back to 1611.

Today the brewery brews six standard types of beer and many more occasionally. A significant part of the produce is aimed for export, mainly to Germany.

Princ Max X.

Princ Max X. is a genuine ten degree beer brewed to a final alcoholic strength of 10.7%, it is probably the strongest ten degree beer on the Czech beer market. Despite that, the brewers of Vysoký Chlumec manage to maintain a lower alcohol content, for which the draught beers are so popular. It has a full malty flavour, which later passes into a pleasant hop bitterness. It also attracts with its honey colour and subtle malt aroma.

Princ Max X. is a light draught beer with an alcohol content of 4,0 % by volume.

Vévoda

The patron of Vévoda lager is the Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece, Ferdinand Josef Jan Nepomuk, Duke of Roudnice. It is a well-balanced beer with a slightly bitter taste, golden colour and quality relish.

Vévoda is a pale lager with an alcohol content of 4,5 % by volume.

Chlumecký Vít

To prepare this beer it is necessary to use more than 50% of wheat malt. It has a rich aroma and taste, in which we find aromas of fruit, flowers and spices. It does not pass through filtration, and therefore is rich in brewing yeasts that cause its characteristic opacity. High zest, refreshing taste and rich frothy foam illustrate the taste experience.

Chlumecký Vít is a top fermented, unfiltered wheat lager with an alcohol content of 4,3 % by volume.

Démon

The beer specialty named Démon is prepared according to old monastery recipes from the area of Munich and continues a tradition dating back to 1420. It is characterized by a rich and balanced flavour profile. It has a slightly sweet honey flavour with a hint of bitterness and a pleasant malty aroma.

Démon is a 13% semi-dark special beer with an alcohol content of 5,2 % by volume.

Rychtář Brewery
Rychtář Brewery

Rychtář Brewery

The Brewery was founded in Hlinsko, Bohemia in 1913. The original joint-stock brewery was nationalized in 1948 and became part of Horácké breweries and later Východočeské breweries. This 12% pale lager was first bottled under the name RYCHTÁŘ in 1981. Many investment and reconstruction activities that have been gradually changing the appearance of the brewery and its technological equipment, allow the continuing interest of all fans of first-class, traditionally produced beer to be satisfied.

Rychtář Brewery produces five beers. As one of the few breweries it uses hop cones in its natural form.

Rychtář Premium

This first-class Czech lager has a pleasant distinctive bitterness and fullness, high zest and excellent foaming.

Rychtář Premium is a pale lager with an alcohol content of 5,0 % by volume.

Klášter Brewery
Klášter Brewery

Klášter Brewery

Klášter Brewery got its name from the Cistercian monastery which was founded in the second half of the 12th century and stood on the site of today's brewery. Although at that time it was one of the most important religious facilities in Europe, only a gate with a beautiful portal has been preserved until the present and which stands in the courtyard of the current brewery.

The first to brew beer in the monastery was Jiří Labouňský of Labouň in 1570; in the early 17th century it became the property of Václav Budovec of Budov, executed along with 26 other Czech masters in Prague in 1621. His estate was then passed into the hands of Albrecht von Wallenstein, whose descendants built the brewery in the form in which it is used to produce the golden nectar today.

Klášter Brewery brews four types of unpasteurized beer. Their outstanding quality is determined by, among other things, unmistakable natural conditions - high quality water, especially old cellars dug deep into the rock beneath the brewery, where the beer is fermented and matures at an optimal temperature.

Klášter Ležák 11 %

Klášter Ležák 11 % (Abbey Lager) is characterized by its ultimate fullness, corresponding bitterness and a clean hoppy aroma. Its production is not associated with heat treatment ("pasteurization") and therefore tastes the same as in the brewery cellars dug in the rock.

Klášter 11 is an unpasteurized pale lager with an alcohol content of 4,6 % by volume.

Jihlava Brewery
Jihlava Brewery

Jihlava Brewery

The oldest written record of Jihlava malting is probably the mention in the city book from the first half of the 14th century. The first real malting statute was confirmed by the City Council of Jihlava in October 1579. In 1748, Maria Theresa set the final number of legal brewing houses in Jihlava at 123. In 1859 all of these 123 brewing right owners clearly embodied their brewing right into a new brewery, today known as Jihlava Brewery. The new Jihlava brewery was inaugurated on 4 April 1861. The brewery itself however declares that the year of its establishment is the year 1860, when it started to operate as an important economic entity.

In summer 2008, the Jihlava brewery returned under the direction of a new owner to the production of beer according to original recipes and currently brews several beers, including interesting specialties.

Ježek 11

As the hedgehog (translation of Ježek) is the symbol of the royal town of Jihlava, the lager Ježek 11 represents the basis of the portfolio of Jihlava brewery. This beer is characterized by a balanced refreshing taste and a pleasant distinctive bitterness, which is backed by an exceptional aroma of hops. It has a golden colour and fine zest.

Ježek 11 is a pale lager with an alcohol content of 4,8 % by volume.

Beer diversity – updated regularly

Protivín Brewery
Protivín Brewery

Protivín Brewery

The exact year the Protivín brewery was established is not documented in writing, but it is certain that it brewed beer as early as in the first half of the 16th century. The first written mention even dates back to 1540. In 1711 it became the property of the Schwarzenberg noble family, where it remained for more than two hundred years. It was during the era of the Schwarzenberg family when It was in the era of the Schwarzenberg family when the brewery built a beautiful brewhouse with copper boilers, including a square-shaped wort, where the beer is brewed right to this day.

The most famous beer which the brewery produces is Platan. The name was first used in 1973 for the 11% light lager. It was inspired by a beautiful three-row avenue of plane trees lining the path to the brewery.

Protivínský brewery produces 11 beers. They are produced from high-quality water from artesian wells, which conforms to the requirements for suckling water.

Merlin

Merlin is an exceptional dark lager, which can be labelled for its very dark colour as a real stout. It is brewed according to a special formula and in addition to the three types of malt, crystal clear water from a deep lake and quality hops it is blended using roasted barley. The result is a magical combination of flavours with distinctive bitterness reminiscent of stout, which will be appreciated by every true connoisseur.

Merlin is a premium dark lager with an alcohol content of 4,7 % by volume.

Klášter Brewery
Klášter Brewery

Klášter Brewery

Klášter Brewery got its name from the Cistercian monastery which was founded in the second half of the 12th century and stood on the site of today's brewery. Although at that time it was one of the most important religious facilities in Europe, only a gate with a beautiful portal has been preserved until the present and which stands in the courtyard of the current brewery.

The first to brew beer in the monastery was Jiří Labouňský of Labouň in 1570; in the early 17th century it became the property of Václav Budovec of Budov, executed along with 26 other Czech masters in Prague in 1621. His estate was then passed into the hands of Albrecht von Wallenstein, whose descendants built the brewery in the form in which it is used to produce the golden nectar today.

Klášter Brewery brews four types of unpasteurized beer. Their outstanding quality is determined by, among other things, unmistakable natural conditions - high quality water, especially old cellars dug deep into the rock beneath the brewery, where the beer is fermented and matures at an optimal temperature.

Klášter kvasnicový

Kvasnicový Klášter is an unpasteurized beer containing vital brewer’s yeast, which gives rise to an excellent “live” beer with a refreshing taste, high sharpness and excellent foaming.

Klášter kvasnicový is an unpasteurized yeast pale lager with an alcohol content of 4,6 % by volume.

Černá Hora Brewery
Černá Hora Brewery

Černá Hora Brewery

The first written mention of the beer from Černá Hora dates back to 1298, the brewery is first mentioned in 1530, when the estate of Černá Hora was owned by the brothers Tas and Jaroslav Černohorští of Boskovice. Apart from the Lords of Boskovice, the brewery is historically associated in particular with the renowned noble family of Liechtenstein, who managed it from 1597, and later with the family of Auersperg.

The brewers of Černá Hora Brewery, a picturesque small town in the Blanensko region, normally brew 14 different beers using traditional methods and the finest ingredients. The Beer portfolio is complemented by the production of 10 types of soft drink and 2 mixed drinks based on beer (called shandy).

Kvasar

Kvasar is a special beer with added honey, which has a good head, golden yellow to golden brown colour, good body and fullness, i.e. properties that match the character of the Czech moderately fermented beers that encourage further drinking. Its flavour combines smooth balanced bitterness with a soft, slightly sweet honey flavour.

Kvasar is a special pale flavoured beer with added honey and an alcohol content of 5,7 % by volume.

Borůvka

This beer is characterized by its balanced fullness of taste and fine blueberry flavour that is balanced so as to underline the taste of the beer. An interesting feature is the colour of this beer that passes from purple to blue shades in a glass.

Borůvka is a flavoured pale lager with an alcohol content of 4,4 % by volume.

Refresh Limetka + Pomeranč

Refresh is a beverage characteristic by its lower alcohol content and a refreshing fruity taste. In German-speaking countries, this category is called Radler. It was created by mixing the famous lager of Černá Hora with lemonade made according to a special recipe. Despite the low alcohol content the beer retains a soft bitterness, which combines with the refreshing flavours of lime and juicy orange. It is the right refreshment for the summer! It contains no artificial colouring. The light haze of the drink is its natural characteristic.

Refresh Limetka + Pomeranč is a beer-based mixed drink with alcohol content of 2,2 % by volume.

Refresh Brusinka + Grep

Refresh is a beverage characteristic by its lower alcohol content and a refreshing fruity taste. In German-speaking countries, this category is called Radler. It was created by mixing the famous lager of Černá Hora with lemonade made according to a special recipe. Despite the low alcohol content it keeps the delicate beer bitterness, which is enhanced by the grapefruit flavour. Cranberries then give it a pleasant acidity that is perfectly refreshing on hot summer days. It contains no artificial colouring. The light haze of the drink is its natural characteristic.

Refresh Brusinka + Grep is a beer-based mixed drink with alcohol content of 2,2 % by volume.

Rychtář Brewery
Rychtář Brewery

Rychtář Brewery

The Brewery was founded in Hlinsko, Bohemia in 1913. The original joint-stock brewery was nationalized in 1948 and became part of Horácké breweries and later Východočeské breweries. This 12% pale lager was first bottled under the name RYCHTÁŘ in 1981. Many investment and reconstruction activities that have been gradually changing the appearance of the brewery and its technological equipment, allow the continuing interest of all fans of first-class, traditionally produced beer to be satisfied.

Rychtář Brewery produces five beers. As one of the few breweries it uses hop cones in its natural form.

Rychtář Natur

Unfiltered pale lager Rychtář Natur is distinguished by its slight haze caused by yeast cultures, a pleasant bitterness, nice zest and excellent foaming.

Rychtář Natur is an unpasteurized unfiltered pale lager with an alcohol content of 4,8 % by volume.

Hlinecké

Hlinecké semi-dark special beer is characteristic with its amber colour, rich frothy foam and caramel aroma. It is a pleasantly bitter beer with a strong flavour, which currently matures in the lager cellar, where it spends a total of 50 days.

Hlinecké is a 13% semi-dark special beer with an alcohol content of 5,5 % by volume.

Rychtář Rataj

Rychtář Rataj is a traditionally made specifically hopped beer prepared by the Hlinec brewers on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the brewery. This exceptional lager grips all beer connoisseurs with its balanced bitterness and refreshing taste with a hint of lemon tones.

Rychtář Rataj is a pale lager with an alcohol content of 5,0 % by volume.

Jihlava Brewery
Jihlava Brewery

Jihlava Brewery

The oldest written record of Jihlava malting is probably the mention in the city book from the first half of the 14th century. The first real malting statute was confirmed by the City Council of Jihlava in October 1579. In 1748, Maria Theresa set the final number of legal brewing houses in Jihlava at 123. In 1859 all of these 123 brewing right owners clearly embodied their brewing right into a new brewery, today known as Jihlava Brewery. The new Jihlava brewery was inaugurated on 4 April 1861. The brewery itself however declares that the year of its establishment is the year 1860, when it started to operate as an important economic entity.

In summer 2008, the Jihlava brewery returned under the direction of a new owner to the production of beer according to original recipes and currently brews several beers, including interesting specialties.

Jihlavský Grand

The Jihlava brewers named this specialty after a beer which was brewed in Jihlava in the heyday of silver mining. It features a beautiful red golden colour, ultimately balanced fullness and bitterness. It is suitable for all those moments when you want to enjoy its extraordinary features in calm and comfort.

Jihlavský Grand is an 18% semi-dark special beer with an alcohol content of 8,0 % by volume.

Vysoký Chlumec Brewery
Vysoký Chlumec Brewery

Vysoký Chlumec Brewery

The Vysoký Chlumec estate, located near Sedlčany, was inhabited for a long time by the Czech noble family Lobkowicz. The castle, which towers above the present brewery, was purchased by Lobkowicz family in the 2nd half of the fifteenth century. The first mentions of brewing in the estate date back to 1466. The historically oldest preserved description of the brewery of Vysoký Chlumec dates back to 1611.

Today the brewery brews six standard types of beer and many more occasionally. A significant part of the produce is aimed for export, mainly to Germany.

Chlumecký Amber Ale

Chlumecký Amber Ale is a beer characterized by a bright amber colour ("Amber" refers to the colour of this beer category) and thick frothy foam. It has a full malty flavour with a light hoppy aftertaste with a hint of citrus, honey and raisins. It is prepared from three types of malt - Czech, Bavarian and caraaroma, four types of hop - two Czech and two special American, fermentation is achieved with a special strain of brewer's yeast.

Chlumecký Amber Ale is a top fermented semi-dark specialty with an alcohol content of 4,9 % by volume.

Chlumecký Fruit Ale

As the name suggests, this beer falls within the beers of the “ale” type, i.e. in the category of top-fermented beers. Chlumecký Fruit Ale has dark red colour tones, but you will find the typical floral and citrus aroma in its flavour, and especially the smell and taste of the traditional cherry. This is achieved through the addition of natural cherry extract. Similar beers are especially popular in Belgium and France.

Chlumecký Fruit Ale is a 13% unfiltered flavoured semi-dark special beer with an alcohol content of 5,0 % by volume.

Kostelecký kahan Brewery
Kostelecký kahan Brewery
Sokolské pivo Brewery
Sokolské pivo Brewery
Ruprenz Brewery
Ruprenz Brewery
Valášek Brewery
Valášek Brewery
Poddžbánský Brewery
Poddžbánský Brewery
Ferdinand Brewery
Ferdinand Brewery
Starokladneský Brewery
Starokladneský Brewery
Primátor - Náchodský Brewery
Primátor - Náchodský Brewery
Starokladneský Brewery
Šumavský Brewery
Brewery Dalešice
Dalešice Brewery
Brewery Chotěboř
Brewery Chotěboř
Brewery Antoš
Brewery Antoš
Břevnovský Brewery
Břevnovský Brewery
Brewery Modrá Hvězda
Brewery Modrá Hvězda
Breweryský dvůr Chýně
Brewery – Pivovarský dvůr Chýně
Brewery Nomád
Brewery Nomád
Brewery Pacov
Brewery Pacov
Staňkův rukodělný Brewery
Staňkův rukodělný Brewery
Radniční Brewery Jihlava
Radniční Brewery Jihlava
Slavkovský Brewery
Slavkovský Brewery
Žatecký Brewery
Žatecký Brewery
Brewery Tři sestry – pivo rocku
Brewery Tři sestry – pivo rocku
Brewery Nymburk
Brewery Nymburk
Brewery Santon
Brewery Santon
Brewery Kácov
Brewery Kácov
Brewery Holba
Brewery Holba
Brewery Poutník
Brewery Poutník
Brewery Rebel
Brewery Rebel
Brewery Vyškovské pivo
Brewery Vyškovské pivo
Brewery Konrad Liberec
Brewery Konrad Liberec
Brewery Malastrana
Brewery Malastrana
Brewery Bělečský Car U Hušků
Brewery Bělečský Car U Hušků
Pivovar Dobruška
Brewery Dobruška
Pivovar Eggenberg
Brewery Eggenberg
Pivovar Kounice
Brewery Kounice
Pivovar Koutná na Šumavě
Brewery Koutná na Šumavě
Pivovar Rohozec
Brewery Rohozec
Krakonoš
Brewery Krakonoš
Pivovar Herold
Brewery Herold
Brewery Chodovar
Brewery Chodovar
Brewery Svijany
Brewery Svijany

Food and beverage menu

Your stomachs will be taken care of exclusively by the Vyšehrad 2000 Group, partner of this year´s festival.

We will take care of drinks as well. In addition to a wide variety of Czech beer, we will quench your thirst with selected soft drinks as well. “Spirit” lovers will also bring home the bacon.

Contact us on Facebook and provide us with your reactions, comments and tips on what you would like to see.

We are interested in your opinion.

Photo gallery

Venue We meet you this year for the first time in Prague at Letná.

Browse the map and choose your way by car or by public transport.

Festival Map

Booking Book a place for you and your friends or colleagues.

The capacity is generous. The festival is crowded every year, so we recommend booking a place, whether you are an individual, workgroup or even a bigger group. Better safe than sorry.

Czech Beer Festival 2014

Here you can make a reservation to main hall, capacity is 2000 places.

Czech Beer Festival VIP pass 2014

With VIP Pass you get:

  • Enter to VIP zone
  • Free enter for 5 days of festival
  • Present VIP merchandise

Reservations are preffered for groups of 6 and more persons. We aren't able to guarantee private tables for smaller groups.

A minimum of 6 people is required to make a reservation. The minimum amount to make a reservation is CZK 585 per person, which includes admission + 12 beer dollars for consumption.

Corporate Events Meet at a place with a lively atmosphere.

We are the right place for informal business meetings, a new form of teambuilding for your company or an unusual place for the work team to meet.

Meet at a place with an atmosphere. Everything goes easier over a good beer and good food.

We are prepared to “tailor” the Czech Beer Festival 2014 event to suit your needs.

Guarantees include:
  • Unique atmosphere
  • Experiences
  • Competitions, prizes and awards
  • Gifts with reminders of the event
  • Assorted gourmet goodies

All in the spirit of philosophy, the name and identity of your company.
Just tell us your wishes and ideas.

You can choose from the following:
  • Place and sector of your event (including decoration in your company colours)
  • Waiting staff just for your company
  • Cultural performance at your request
  • Menu from a wide variety of food, beer and other drinks
  • Competitions associated with the topic ot the festival
  • Gifts with mementos of the event with your company logo
  • Photo album from the course of the event

Change your ways and plan a corporate event full of adventure.
Success is guaranteed in advance!

Rock'n'Beer Fest And it's official!!!

56 bands which fought their way through a field of 220 competing bands will perform at the Rock'n'Beer Fest. 47 of them were selected based on the best score in the evaluation by both the jury and the voting fans here on the website of the Czech Beer Festival and on the the Czech Beer Festival Facebook page.

9 bands received a special wild card by 9 members of the jury.

All bands will soon be contacted by the Rock'n'Beer Fest producer Šárka Vávrová.

You can also look forward to the festival line-up and then start planning to visit the festival on a certain day and enjoy the unique atmosphere with us.

Partners

Bandzone
Bandzone.cz
Music City
Music City
Rock Cafe
Rock Cafe
Lobkowicz
Lobkowicz
M.A.R.S. audio
M.A.R.S. audio
Regina
Regina
Praha 7
Praha 7
muzikus.cz
muzikus.cz

Contacts

ČESKÝ PIVNÍ FESTIVAL, SE
Václavské nám. 823/33
110 00 Praha 1
tel: +420 224 214 775
e-mail: info@pivnifestivalpraha.cz
Billing Address:
ČESKÝ PIVNÍ FESTIVAL, SE
Václavské nám. 823/33
110 00 Praha 1
BID: 27916979
Tax ID: CZ27916979

registered at the Municipal Court of Prague, Section H, File 5

Bank. conn.: ČSOB, a.s., account number: 218379906/0300

Current extract from the Commercial Register

Certificate of registration for VAT

Tomáš Král
Tomáš Král
Director of the Czech Beer Festival and ROCK'N'BEER FEST
Václavské náměstí 33
110 00 Praha 1
tel: +420 603 707 620
e-mail: kral@pivnifestivalpraha.cz
Šárka Vávrová
Šárka Vávrová
Production of the Czech Beer Festival and ROCK'N'BEER FEST
Václavské náměstí 33
110 00 Praha 1
tel: +420 724 181 871
e-mail: vavrova@pivnifestivalpraha.cz
Alexandra Kočicová
Alexandra Kočicová
Média a PR
tel: +420 602 163 159
e-mail: kocicova@svencom.cz

Festival partners

Official partner:

Praha
Praha
Praha 7
Praha 7
CzechTourism
CzechTourism
Smart Software
Smart Software

Partner:

Diamant Expo
Diamant Expo
Ferrat
Ferrat
Lindr
Lindr
Můj nový život
Můj nový život
ISIC
ISIC
FanZone
FanZone
Svengali Communications
Svengali Communications
Svengali Communications
Atelier Tsunami

Main media partner:

FANDA
FANDA

Media partner:

Časopis F.O.O.D.
Časopis F.O.O.D.
Muzikus.cz
Muzikus.cz
Radio Regina
Radio Regina
Musicweb.cz
Musicweb.cz