Managed to sneak in before closing and ordered the tasting tray which gives the majority of the beer in handy rate friendly pours.
Also managed to get a couple of the specials and a bottle of champagne yeast beer from the fridge so all was good for the completist.
Nice place and the beer was OK. Not the best in Prague but a couple of them rose above the rest.
Quite interesting place. Beer selection is ok if you are into beers with fruits and other stuff added. Had some decent " normal" beers there, and founda the place worth a visit, especially when you stay in a hotel nearby.
Well a good place to run into if you want Czech food and Brewpub beer on tap. Their own beer on tap eight to be exactly. I didn’t like their beer because it was not really beer I my mind. Banana, nettle, coffee with syrup, green stuff and som bad tasting liquor and booze taste in several of the beers. On top of that the service was terrible, maybe because of language trouble? Anyway, not recommending this place
Ambiance was okay, nothing special. Selection included a number of their own beers, some good, some not. I had a Goulash that was quite decent. Staff was quick to replace our beers, but hardly what you would call friendly or chatty. Value was per local standard, quite favourable because we’re used to Dutch prices. An okay brewpup/restaurant, but hardly essential.
Excellent brewpub with large choice of their homebrewed beers. Place is neatly furnished, service is good enough, while food is great for a meat lover. If really hungry, try 1.3 kg of pork leg :) If thirsty, try everything...
Visited twice (’09 and ’12) Off the main tourist trail, but many tourists (Russian and Chinese?) both visits. I tried their classic lezak and tmave; both solid styles. Between visits the city has exploded in beer nerdy places. I’ll be back in Prague in July 2014, and I will not need to visit this place again. Better places abound now in Prague.