Driving through Montgomery, a sign at a liquor store read "reserve your keg for Kolacky Days." Now Kolacky Days is a festival in honor of the Czech pastry, of which there are at least two major variants. The local variant is a sweet yeast dough with fruit preserves or poppyseed paste rolled into it in the same way a crescent roll is rolled; the other is butter and cream cheese pastry with the same, similar to Hamantaschen.
However, I can think of no case where the taste of these delectable pastries would be enhanced by large amounts of "Bug Light" or other cheap american beer. While certainly a mug of Pilsner Urquell or Budvar (the original, real, Budweiser) can go well with a Czech dinner, coffee would probably be the better choice for a few kolacke.
(kolack or kolacek is singular, kolache is plural, they taste so good you won't need to use the singular form very often, if you catch my drift)
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