If there is one thing Czechs do best, it is beer. It is quite obvious considering they are the highest beer consumers per capita in the world. With tons of traditional pubs and beer halls, there is plenty of the frothy liquid gold to go around. And the prices, oh the prices! In the wonderful city of Prague beer (pivo to locals) costs around a humble $1.50 a pint, simply amazing. It is quite possibly, the cheapest and best beer in the world. The world-renowned Pilsner Urquell is brewed in Plzen, while Budvar (not to be confused with Budweiser) is brewed in Ceske Budejovice. Beer has a long rich history in the Czech Republic; the city of Brno started brewing beer in the 12th century. A brewery in Plzen employed a German man named Josef Groll in 1842. Groll was experienced in a new improved method that included cold fermentation. The result was the first golden beer; it was an overnight sensation. Trains of Pilsner were transported to Austria every morning and in 1874, Paris and the U.S. had the export at their hands. With so many pubs and beer halls to choose from, you will not be disappointed and you will most certainly be happy and maybe even a bit drunk. Cheers!