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Boheme 1795 lager beer
20 x 330ml Bottles
£15.99 (£2.42/litre) - - save £14
(it's a good brew too - happily getting through a couple of boxes!)

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12 x 330ml Bottle
£9.86 (£2.49/litre)

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#1
What does it taste like? - Becks, carlsberg, fosters (what would you compare it with)
#2
Summers realy over then ?
#3
Did it ever start
#4
it tastes like **** on a hot day.
sommerfields are doing 20 bottles of becks for £5.99 far better deal and drink:thumbsup:
#5
I'd put the Boheme beer a bit like a cross between becks & kronenburg.
#6
Boheme is the closest you can get in a can in the UK to Czech draught lager imo.

Its morish due to its unique tastes, you could even drink this stuff room temp, its got an odd, but appealing taste.

Far better than your normal bland rubbish like Becks and Carling, Carlsberg, and still 5% but not as chemically tasting as Stella. £2.42 a litre not great as it was 4 cans for £2 at Tesco not so long ago (<£1.50/l iirc?)
#7
sawanderer
I'd put the Boheme beer a bit like a cross between becks & kronenburg.



To me Becks smells like a used ashtray - it's the one beer i struggle to drink.

Think i best stick to my COBRA (now there's a quality brew) :thumbsup:
#8
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm beer. May have to try this.
#9
It is and tastes like a standard Czech lager. It's not the best but it's drinkable and miles better (IMHO) than the usual british lagers. I don't think it tastes as clean as Becks but it has more character, that of course would count against it for many consumers.
#10
I'm sure they have Staropramen in the deal too and it's fantastic.
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Lurked a while but first post folks :oops:

thought google may help a little here:

15 August 2007
Tesco launches the “original” Czech Pilsner

Tesco is to launch a new premium Czech lager. Boheme 1795 will be available in-store from mid-August, in both bottles and cans. Boheme is produced exclusively for Tesco by Budĕjovický Mĕšťanský Pivovar (BMP), the oldest brewery in the renowned Czech city České Budĕjovice. To lovers of quality beer throughout the world, the city of České Budĕjovice is the holy grail of beer production – and is perhaps better known by its German name, Budweis.
Budĕjovický Mĕšťanský Pivovar (BMP) was established in 1795 in České Budĕjovice, and brewed the original Budĕjovicke Pivo (“Budweiser Bier”) in 1802; in 1872 BMP began exporting to the USA – several years before Anheuser-Busch registered the Budweiser Brand and started brewing its beer under this brand. The other Czech producer of “Budweiser” – Budvar Brewery - was actually established a century later than BMP in 1895.
Under the Communist regime, from 1948, the Budvar Brewery was granted an export licence within a larger regional brewing entity, whilst for political reasons BMP was forced to give up its trademark rights. But in 1989, the new democratic Czech government and courts re-instated the rights of the BMP brewery to use the term “Budweiser Bier” in the Czech domestic market. In 1999, the brewery became privately owned and started to develop export opportunities.
Uniquely, BMP brews today in the same place with the same recipe, ingredients and brewing methods as the 1800s, pre-dating all other producers of Budĕjovicke Pivo, thus making it the manufacturer of the “original” beer from the region.
Commenting on the development, Andrew Carpenter, Tesco Senior Buying Manager for beer and cider, said, “Customers understand that one of the key indicators of the quality of beer is the country in which it is brewed and the heritage of the brewer. We recognised that the Czech Republic is perhaps the premium beer-producing nation in the world, with a history of brewing that goes back hundreds of years. With Boheme 1795, we have produced an affordable but truly authentic ‘Budĕjovicke Pivo’ which has outstanding quality and flavour that will surprise and delight customers.”
Similar to wine designations, the European Union bestowed upon the brewery its rare Protected Geographic Indication (PGI) in 2004 for the term “Budĕjovicke Pivo”, affirming that the superior quality of its beer is inextricably tied to the region where it is produced. As a result of PGI specifications, Boheme must be produced using only the finest Saaz hops, water sourced from the 300 metre deep artesian wells and Czech or South Moravian barley malt. In addition, Boheme 1795 must undergo the brewing process for between 55 and 65 days – the result is a full bodied, complex beer, with a distinctive floral aroma and crisp, smooth taste.


I've tried it & I have to agree that it's got a distinctive taste. I didn't like at first but by the end of the second box it grew on me.

Buy some & try some

HTH
mike
#12
Me and my Hubby have been drinking this beer from Tesco for some time now!!!

It's deffo in the league of Staropramen NOT Becks or Kronenberg!!!!

It was on offer earlier in the summer at 2 x £16!! But I didn't think of posting it :p
#13
fozey
it tastes like **** on a hot day.
sommerfields are doing 20 bottles of becks for £5.99 far better deal and drink:thumbsup:


Boheme tastes okay in my opinion, but each to their own. You are plain wrong about the Somerfield offer. It is 12 x 275ml bottles of Becks for £5.99.

In relation to the title of the thread, the quoted saving of £14 is only achieved by means of a Tesco marketing ploy. The fact is that the packs of 20 x 330ml bottles of Boheme were £10 until a couple of days ago and they have just inflated the price to make the multibuy look more attractive.

joshtbh
£2.42 a litre not great as it was 4 cans for £2 at Tesco not so long ago (<£1.50/l iirc?)


The OP was just quoting the full price as given on the Tesco site. The actual price of the Boheme lager in this offer when you take into account the multibuy is £1.36 per litre. The 4 cans for £2 offer worked out at £1.13 per litre, so obviously this current offer is a little more expensive, but then it is bottles rather then cans.

ClashInDevon
#14
boheme is way to gassy , when you open them up they foam up
a nights drinking was spoilt due to this catching up on me after 8 bottles
maybe i got a bad batch but not for me
#15
The packs of 20 x 330ml bottles of Boheme 1795 lager are now on a 2 for £16 offer at Tesco until 19/08/08.

There are some other cases of beer on the 2 for £16 offer, including 20 x 284ml bottles of Stella.

ClashInDevon
#16
Nice.

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