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CAFIA Control Activities

01/22/2015
 
CAFIA confirms that for the malting campaign for 2014/2015, the following varieties of spring barley (which passed a national registration at CISTA) according to the recommendations of the Research Institute of Brewing and Malting, are suitable for the production of malt for Czech beer.

       Variety name

        Maintained by  
    variety

    Representative in the Czech Republic

    Year of registration
Advent
SELGEN, a.s., CZ
 
2009
Aksamit
SELGEN, a.s., CZ
 
2007
Blaník
Limagrain Nederland B.V., NL
Limagrain Central Europe Cereals, s.r.o., CZ
2007
Bojos
Limagrain Central Europe Cereals, s.r.o.
 
2005
Calgary
SELGEN, a.s., CZ
 
2003
Francin
SELGEN, a.s.
2014
Laudis 550 Limagrain Central Europe Cereals, s.r.o. 2013
Malz
Limagrain Central Europe Cereals, s.r.o., CZ
 
2002
Petrus Limagrain Europe Limagrain Central Europe Cereals, s.r.o. 2013
Radegast
Limagrain Central Europe Cereals, s.r.o., CZ
 
2005
Tolar
Limagrain Central Europe Cereals, s.r.o., CZ
 
1997
Vendela NORDSAAT Saatzucht GmbH SAATEN - UNION CZ s.r.o. 2013
Zhana SECOBRA Recherches SOUFFLET AGRO a.s. 2013
List of recommended hop varieties for brewing Czech beer
The Research Institute of Brewing and Malting recommends the use of the hop variety - Žatecký poloraný červeňák for the brewing of "Czech Beer" labelled as a PGI.
  • Žatecký poloraný červeňák (Saaz semi-early red-bine hops)
  • Žatecký pozdní (Saaz late hops)
  • Sládek
  • Premiant

 
 
 

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