Another fine microbrewery on the outskirts of Prague. A few but good beers. And also some strange bastards like a Weine-beer that was more wine than beer and a fruit beer that was served with a straw!
Would probably make a hit with my 20 year old daughter.
If you are in Prague for the beer, and you have finished all the must-do places, you really should take the Metro to Opatov and visit this place. It’s a big German style beer hall, filled with locals. They serve 6 excellent beers, and they are dirt cheap. We had a very attentive waitress who also happened to be the best looking waitress we saw in Prague. But I recommend the place for the beer, even if she’s not at work :)
2016 update: The beer is still outstanding. I think the price may have gone up a little, and they now have a food menu in English (thanks to Ratebeer?), but it’s still a very authentic experience.
Not your typical tourist place. Outside feels more like a day care center than a brewery. When visiting was at the end of a really long beer week, so rating might be a bit biased. Based on this first visit and the long trip out from the city it might be my last visit. May 2015. Interesting placement and usage of a toilet bowl in the mens room.
Took bus 125 from Hostivar Pivovar, 8-10 stops to Hnevkoskeho. The brewpub is located a short walk back against the bus direction and to the right. A smartphone helps:) Othervise also a short walk to / from Haje metro wich we took back to town. Rather big bar in 2 floors, a small garden with some seating out front. Rather dark inside, but once our eyes got used to it, it was quite nice and cozy. 6 beers on tap, good quality allthough 1 was tasting a little old. Had a nice lunch, hamburgers and chicken wings. Good english speaking service, nice prices. Worth a visit, and quite easy to reach by bus or metro.
gnoff (597) Mölndal, Sweden | June 2, 2015| Updated October 18, 2015
New visit, Monday May 25, 2015. Arrived around 18:15, had a table reserved for 18:00. Walked from the Haje metro station (exit AGAINST the direction of the train). Stayed for dinner and a few beers. Had English menus and some English speaking staff. Smoking outdoors. Quite a few of the meals on the menu, also some of the beers, were out today. Had a nice steak, well cooked and tasty. Four beers were available on tap. Fairly large place, still adviseable I’d say to make a reservation if going. Also well worth a visit for both the food and the beer.
Former rating Visited in June 2011. A bit of a trip to go by metro and then walk, but yes it is worth it! We got off at Haje metro station and had a walk from there. Very nice beers and very nice food. Was there for a late lunch, our mates who had been there longer said they had been busier over more normal lunch hours. Surroundings are not very special, I recommend indoor seating, but indors is nice enough. Don’t miss this one just because it’s located further out, make sure to visit instead!
Sokolov (817) Moscow, Russia | March 23, 2015| Updated November 11, 2015
Not exactly a cozy place located far from the center, yet all 9 taps are very good.
Visited 9.10.14.Easy reachable by Metro- Haje, a 5 minutes walk from the once very modern late 70 station area. Be sure to have a smartphone or a good map with you. Go towards the church building, cross the road and turn right, easy piecy from here.....
I was surprised of the very nice dark wooden interior, almost classy, with the shiny copper kettles in the far end of the room. Fast service, English speaking personell, good food and beer. Recommended place.