Brewery of the Ossegg (Osek) Cistercian Abbey. It operated in the years 1705-1946 and was renewed in 2015. Since its inception, the Osek brewery has been linked to the Cistercian abbey. The first recorded mention of Osek beer comes from 1645. The brewery was gradually modernized and expanded. The sweet smell of mash lingered through Osek until 1946, when the brewery was closed as part of postwar changes. After a 70-year pause, the brewery became operational again.
The brewery produces bottom fermented beer. The main ingredient is water from the Fláje Reservoir, Saaz hops, and malt coming from North Bohemia.
11° light, 12° light Philipp, 13° light extra bitter, 13° dark Tomáš, 14° light special, 18° dark Jindřich.
Our beer can be enjoyed in our Baroque restaurant, just below the boiler. From the restaurant, you can observe events in the production hall through a glass wall. The beer is tapped directly from the lager tanks.
Guided tours are available by appointment.