Adam Brož was born in 1976 in České Budějovice (Budweis), Czech Republic. He studied Brewing and Malting at the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague, Department of Biotechnology (back then named Department of Fermentation Chemistry and Bioengineering). Immediately after graduating in 1999, Adam started working for Budweiser Budvar, National Corporation brewery of the Czech Republic, as a brewhouse master – first as a technologist and a deputy brewmaster respectively. In 2009, he became the tenth head brewmaster of Budweiser Budvar in history.
Adam also continued his education with doctoral studies of Biotechnology at the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague, professional studies of MBA at the University of Economics in Prague, Logistics Technologies at the Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice and LL.M. programme in Commercial Law at the Faculty of Law at the Masaryk University in Brno. He is an active author of Brewing scientific papers, collaborator of the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague and the Research Institute of Brewing and Malting in Prague.
Budweiser Budvar, the national brewery, is the last large brewery that remains fully in Czech hands. People have been brewing original Czech beer there since 1895. Its lager has fast gained fame not only at home, in the south of Bohemia, but also far beyond its borders. Last year Budweiser Budvar brewed 1.809 million hectoliters of beer and people could enjoy it in more than 70 countries around the world. Budweiser Budvar Original lager is at home in the Czech Republic, but also in Slovakia, Germany, Great Britain, Canada, Israel, Australia or Japan… And yet every drop comes exclusively from České Budějovice.