Food & Drinks


Since OEF has always been about introducing new bands, original music and captivating performances, we want to bring you this Czech beer paradise to the OEF area. We will keep the existing offer of the top Pilsner Urquell family of beer brands and we will enrich it with the offer of the craft brewery Proud.


Founded in Pilsen in 2019 in the building of a former power plant at the confluence of the rivers Mže and Radbuza - hence the name STREAM/CURRENT (PROUD). The micro-brewery was founded by professionals who, under the group umbrella of Plzeňský prazdroj, acquired the most modern technology and a quality source of raw materials for brewing a wide range of different beer styles. Lovers of traditional bottom-fermented lagers, top-fermented beers and limited and seasonal editions will be thrilled.

In 2019, in addition to the traditional beer brands Pilsner Urquell, Gambrinus, Kozel and Radegast, we brought you at the OEF a range of small breweries to diversify and expand beer horizons for all fans. This year we continue and follow up with an offer of eight different interesting beers that will delight and cheer you up or even make you running like a crazy maniac to the moshpit!


Lager 11 ° Ventill (4.8% alc.) – a light lager that will guide you directly to the craziest OEF moshpit!

TheMže 10 ° Pale Ale (4.2% alc.) - a light beer for quenching the thirst of all stagedivers

Soutock 13 ° IPA (5.8% alc.) – a rye IPA for a strong stream of experiences of every grinder on the Battlefield

Cotel 14 ° Stout (5.2% alc.) - dark power, energy of fire and sun as in the wildest OEF moshpit.

Proovan Non-alcoholic NEIPA (max. 0.5% alc.) – with a delicious flavor, this non-alcoholic NEIPA is awesome for moments of relaxation with a clear mind


Loral 13 ° NEIPA – the ALE with a beautiful flavor, currently the most popular beer style among small breweries worldwide.

Saison 11 ° Belgian special with pepper – wild and explosive while still light seasonal special.

KISSeláč "Berliner Weisse" Apricot - this light beer from the Sour Ale category is extremely popular during the summer and will help you fine-tune the right grinder expression on your face for a joint OEF photo with friends.

This year, the Pilsen micro-brewery PROUD staff members brewed and selected the beers, which they enjoy, and we believe that you will enjoy them at OEF as well! Grind On! Cheers!


Birth of a legend. Beer in Pilsen used to be brewed alternately by individual burghers with brewing rights. The quality varied, so the burghers of Pilsen had the idea of setting up their own brewery to make good beer. On 5th October 1842 in the new Burghers’ Brewery the brewer Josef Groll brewed the first batch of the new Pilsen beer that would soon conquer the world.

In October 1842, the brewmaster Josef Groll crafted a beer which was quite different from the brews common in Pilsen at that time. They were made in different ways, usually as top-fermented beers, and their quality was inconsistent. Josef Groll employed his knowledge of brewing bottom-fermented lagers. He used yeast that works at temperatures of around 10 ˚C (bottom fermentation) and then let the brew mature for thirty days, which is why it is called ‘lager’.

The unique combination of Czech ingredients, local soft water and a new recipe resulted in a beverage that was to change the world in the years to follow. Word quickly spread beyond the borders of Pilsen that there was a new type of top-quality beer featuring a golden colour and great, full-bodied taste. Pilsner Urquell lager started to conquer country after country and the name ‘Pils’ came to identify a whole beer category, which nowadays makes up 70 % of worldwide beer production.

Pilsner Urquell lager - 
Savour the original taste of this Czech national treasure.

Velkopopovický Kozel Dark - A beer which owes its mildly sweet caramel flavour to a combination of several types of carefully prepared malt.

Velkopopovický Kozel 11 - 
This brew features a refined, full-bodied taste imparted by three types of malt, combined with the fine bitterness of hops.

Radegast Resolute 10 - This uncompromising beer offers great bitter refreshment.

Birell Pomelo & Grapefruit A popular non-alcoholic beverage which offers refreshment with a fresh combination of pomelo and grapefruit flavours.

Brewers choice's special - JánošíkEnjoy a limited edition of Jánošík beer, brewed jointly by the brewers from Šariš Brewery and Vŕšky Brewery. The special is available on your tables from 1 July at a strength of 11 °, paying tribute to the legend of Janošik, who became a outlaw in 1711. It stands out for its ruby-amber colour, where we have used as many units of colour as the number of years it has lived (25EBC). With the first sip, you will feel the balanced full flavour and bitterness achieved by the 4 varieties of malt and hops.The pleasant hop aroma achieved by cold hopping completes the unique character of the Janošik special beer.

Radegast Ratar - Full taste with a strong bitterness (50 IBU), thanks to the premium Polaris hops, definitely makes the refreshment of Ratar an exceptional experience. Ratar is the most bitter Radegast that has ever been made! The name of the beer was inspired by the Ratar tribe, whose highest god was Radegast.

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