I had not bothered with Pilsner Urquell (PU) for at least a decade until recently because it was pretty much guaranteed to be skunked. I went beer hunting after I moved house. I saw it in regular 6-pack cartons at a beer store that keeps the lights off in the part of cooler where they store green bottle imports. I immediately congratulated the owner for keeping the lights off in that section. He said, "It is the darndest thing. I turned the lights off to keep the beer from getting lightstruck only to have people tell me that Heineken from that cooler does not taste right." I almost could not contain myself. It appears that Americans are used to green and clear bottle beer having eau de skunk. Corona is the most skunked beer on the planet. Promoting putting a slice of lemon in the bottle was sheer marketing genius because the slice of lemon adds flavor to an otherwise bland beer and its acidity neutralizes 3-methylbut-2-ene-1-thiol.
Anyway, while the light brown bottle is better than the old green bottle, PU should ship the beer in dark brown glass or switch to cans only on this side of the pond. I recently found PU in sealed 12-pack cartons at a different beer store, but not sealed 6-pack cartons.