In brewing our beers, we strictly adhere to the Reinheitsgebot, the German Beer Purity Law of 1516, which limits brewers to the four basic ingredients: malt, water, barley and hops. Nothing else. Each beer is made with several kinds of malt.
This lets us achieve the full range of desired sensory qualities: taste, color and aroma. In Czech lagers, for example, the prevailing flavor is barley malt accompanied by caramel and German malts. It’s the subtle blend that makes this beer uniquely Czech.