8 beers on tap, a lot for a Czech brewpub. The pale lager was quite good, the wheat beer was average, various fruit/spice beers were OK (even the nettle beer) though not really my thing. The special was an American IPA! (More of an American pale ale, but good and hoppy nevertheless.) Excellent food. Service is no worse than Czech average. But in 2 visits it was stiflingly hot both times, even on a cool day in August there’s no ventilation or air circulation at all.
Great draft selection with plenty of wierd ones. Tried the nettle and blueberry beer,interesting but not more than that. Pretty warm and bad air in there. Service was OK the lady was really friendly but the guys who handled the beer wasnt especially chatty (not to surprising though).
This was a funny place. Really what a brewpub should be like - experimenting brews, good service and lots of patrons. Service was swift and she had no problem with English. A bit warm inside though, we were glad we arrived in the late evening.
ekstedt (177) Göteborg, Sweden | July 9, 2008| Updated July 20, 2016
Very nice brewpub in central Prague with 8 homebrews on tap, some of them experimental and changing. Very quick and friendly service. They need to install some kind of air conditioning though, at least ceiling fans. It was very hot at my visit and no aerial circulation at all. Standard Czech cuisine, but well made with a modern touch.
Excellent selection of beers ranging from ’normal’ beers to in-house brewed flavoured beers currently there is a quite acceptable in-house brewed Stout on offer. Whilst in Prague this is one of the many places to visit.
Visiting between the lunch and the dinner rush, I fast and friendly service, and having a big window to the open fermenters is a nice touch. Whether or not you like nettle beer, 8 taps is good for a Czech brewpub, and brewpubs offering sample trays should always get extra credit with us ratebeerians. It left me sober enough to try two interesting bottled beers too.
Quit amazing place with 8 different taps and the possibility to have an 8 sample tasting. Food was very nice and quit cheep compared to the other overprized places in Prague. Staff was very friendly and helpful with the best service in town. It is a must when in Prague and do try the food as well!
RomanW70 (12) Providence, Rhode Island | June 29, 2008| Updated July 9, 2008
I almost walked out of this place. I didn’t realize it was a restaurant, so I had a beer at the bar. The bartender was extremely rude and unhelpful. I moved to a table and got a chance to try some of the beers, which were interesting and quite good. I didn’t eat the food, but everyone near me liked the food and it looked good.
Reasonably quite at 5pm on a Sunday evening. Service was quite friendly and attentive. I opted for the 8 x 90ml samples for 120ck as I was keen to try some of the more offbeat styles. My highlight was two local dudes sucking down the 4 litre super crazy ’beer tower’ in about 45 minutes flat. Only 254ck! Didn’t eat but the food looked decent and a step up from most pub food.
SilkTork (89) Southampton, United Kingdom, England | May 21, 2008
Pleasant brewpub with a relaxed atmosphere (we visited in the afternoon when the only other people were locals - some families, some businessmen). A sample tray can be bought. The beers taste OK - a light and a dark lager with various flavourings that either work for you or not. Not really adventurous - more of a quirky gimmick to attract attention. I liked the idea, though these were the least attractive beers to drink in Prague. I wouldn’t say this is a must visit place as it’s a fairly standard modern brewpub, but it’s a pleasant place, and it does offer up eight scoops.
Unfriendly stuff, crowded place. The good is the wide selection of beers, but these beers are may be avarage or robustic. We eat a simple menu about traditional czeh cousine, it was nice. I was dissapointed by that place because of unfriendly people and behaviours...