- Anglicised form of Plzeň, the local name of the city. (Wiktionary)
“Plzen in 1898 trademarked its concoction Pilsner Urquell (Pilsen is German for Plzen; "Urquell" translates roughly as "original source.")”
“Note: The name "Pilsen" is one indication that Mexicans weren't the first immigrants in this neighborhood.”
“(Well, at least consumption wasn't measured as in Pilsen, site of the sudden-death beer match between meself and Juha.)”
“I'm looking forward to a wee trip to the Czech Republic at the end of the month, where I'll be a guest at Parcon in Pilsen, along with Jeff and Ann VanderMeer, Ian R. Mcleod and Les Edwards, making this sort of the world's first New Weird convention.”
“This will allow true Budweiser (as manufactured for the last 1000 years in Pilsen, Czech Republic) to be sold without risk of confusion.”
““My most serious concern was to open the ballot boxes in Pilsen in Chicago and have lines of people voting for Mexican politicians,” Gonzales remarked seriously.”
“This beer company, Efes Pilsen is a very famous beer here in Turkey.”
“The focus of the controversy in Pilsen, Chicago's best-known Mexican neighborhood, isn't a person but a doll: an $84 addition to the coveted American Girl series, most of which come with their own book-length back story.”
“Above, a tap at the Pilsner Urquell factory in Pilsen.”
“Pilsen, which is known to us chiefly (and rightly) for its good beer, is now spelt Plzen; this, however, makes little difference to the pronunciation, and happily none at all to the quality of the beer.”
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