hella beers, dog. i got like 15 czech brewsies for like $10. shit was cheaper than my momma at a grage sale. dude knew what he was talkin bout when i asked him what honnies to get. when i say honnies i mean honnies.
Malutkie miejsce w pobliżu Mostu Karola. Mały w porównaniu z polskimi sklepami specjalistycznymi wybór piw. Zwłaszcza z lokalnych browarów. To dziwi i smuci. Możliwość zapłaty kartą... w sąsiedzkim punkcie xero, co dodaje uroku całym zakupom.
Only a few steps down to the left from Karl’s Bridge on the Mala Strana side of Vltava river. Compact selection, found Kocour and Ferdinand and Poutnik, as normal pivoteka, they have from smaller czech breweries.
Lady put my finds into a black plasticbag.
Nice small beershop.
Small beer shop in a sideway to the busy road leading to Karlov bridge. Fairly good selection of Czech beers, including some Kocour, etc. Prices a little high, but given the location close to/in the touristly area of Prague, its not to bad. Give it a shot as you proberly will in the area close to this while in Prague
This is a perfectly good neighborhood shop. The selection is more than adequate, and if you’re used to what you find in any potraviny or even the large supermarkets, it’s wonderful. The shopkeeper is very nice and more than helpful. She speaks enough English to assist in most issues/questions you may have, for those of you not quite functional in your Czech. Though the selection is largely lagers, there are some fine exceptions, incl. Pardubicky Porter, Primtor stout, and even an IPA. Recommended!
Visited in May 2011. The selection is not really impressive, while the prices are. I know it’s small and it’s located in an expensive area but in my humble opinion a trip there is not worth it given the prices.
One of few locations that sell Kocour beers which is one of the best small CZ breweries. Also has a good selectioni of OPAT and some other beers (such as Demon) that you cannot find in the supermarkets. This store is a great asset to beer lovers who live in Prague.