In 1842, our first Brewmaster Josef Groll brewed a beer, not at all like some other. His fresh, refreshing golden lager was made with neighborhood fixings: sweet Moravian grain, gently bitter Saaz hops, delicate Pilsen water, and base fermenting H-strain yeast. Groll named this exceptional beer after the city where he brewed it, Pilsen, where we actually brew a similar beer today. Throughout the most recent 178 years, pilsner-style lager has become the world's most mainstream beer, with seven out of 10 beers on the planet emulating Groll's advancement. There are numerous pilsner-style beers out there, however just a single unique.