Visited 20 Nov 2007. Very small and spartan place and was quite smoky when I visited. About six medium-sized communal tables, and I think there was at least one person smoking at each one. Not much ventilation, so you kinda have to adjust for awhile before you can start to appreciate the beer aroma. And what fine beer it is! This was my first beer stop in CR, and it was to be some of the best beer of my 9-day trip. Hardly anyone speaks English in this town (that I could find), but I knew just enough German words and phrases (plus svetly and tmavy) to get by. They serve the regular Svetly 10 and 12 as well as the Tmavy. You’ll have to go to Koutland for the 18, but this was a convenient town to spend the night in between Munich and Prague, a neat view of a small, tidy Bohemian town.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
This is one of the first pubs in the Czech Republic to serve beers from the recently (in 2006) re-opened brewery in Kout na Sumave. Domazlice is only a few kilometres from Kout. There are 3 different beers on tap, 10°, 12° and 14° dark. Staff are very friendly and competent. If you are in the Bavarian Forest or in Western Bohemia, this and Modry Abbe in Klatovy are places you should visit.