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Prague Beer Museum
Taps: 25 / Bottles: -
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
$$ - reasonable
[ Bar, Eatery ]
, 110 00
phone: +(420) 732 330 912
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | $
Very nice place in Prague, stumbled upon it because of a brochure me and my friends found.
It is a nice place with 30 taps ranging from macro-y pilseners to craftier IPAs. You can get half liters or samplers. I sampled a bunch and there were some hits and misses but overall a solid stable of beers.
The waitresses are friendly and all speak very good English. The prices are pretty decent as well, 10 decent sized samples cost me about 8-9 euros.
Overall I would say this is the perfect place for a BA to come, although I would say it is mostly a younger crowd under the age of 30, in fact it was 100% that. It is a bit smoky, but i persevered.
07-11-2011 09:34:02 |
More by crossovert
vibe: 3 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
after Pivovrsky Klub this is the 2nd best place for a BA to visit. Even more draft. Like over 30 local/regional drafts to chose from. Czech IPAs, porters.... I was really suprised to see stuff liek that. it was here I relized how the craft beer manis has spread through europe too. There were breweries on tap here that I cant even locate on the internet. They had a brewery make a beer just for them too. A czech IPA and Im sure there were american hops in it too. Amazing and a great break from lagers and much neeeded. The main thing was the smoke was out of control. You can probably catch cancer in there just by working there. Horrible. I did not eat there but this is worth a stop for one night to drink some amzaing local stuff.
06-29-2011 14:51:32 |
More by CampusCrew
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | $$$$
The so-called Prague Beer museum is a short walk from Old Town square and a shorter walk from the Namesty Republicky metro stop. Its no museum, but it is a bar with an astonishing (for the CZ) number of microbrews on tap. Its a narrow pub, usually dark, exceptionally smoky, and decorated with brewing paraphanalia. The pub is squarely directed at the tourist market but it does keep some czech regulars despite the astronomical (for prague) beer prices. Beers run seventy to eighty Kc a half liter. Its too close to the hotel I frequent on business. Some colleagues prefer it to Pivovarsky Klub. The service is typical at the tables, and quite good at the bar. Tasting flights are on offer. The music is quite loud, making me feel like a grumpy old man at 30. Oh well. Give me a clean, well lighted place any day.
03-19-2011 14:20:59 |
More by AllThingsNinja
Prague Beer Museum in Prague, Czech Republic