Brewery: Pivovar Šariš
Smadny Mnich, or Thirsty Monk came on the market in 1993. It quickly became popular — partially because of the marketing, but also because of its light, refreshing taste. It’s slogan translates out to “A beer for anyone who’s thirsty” and its logo features a happy monk with a beer.
Smädný Mních 10%Type: Bohemian pilsner
Produced from a special pale malt, Thirsty Monk 10% has a rich, dense and durable foam with a refreshing taste.
Smädný Mních RadlerType: radler ABV: 2%
With only 2% alcohol, I hardly consider this a beer, but I decided to include it anyways. Radlers (basically a shandy) are becoming more popular in Slovakia. If you are looking for a refreshing summer drink, this is it. It’s made with natural lemon juice.
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