Since tram 6 run from our hostel it was easy to "find" this place. We arrived quite late in the evening so it was full. Full of people and cigarette smoke. Disgusting. We managed to find couple free seats and few ticks. Interior looks quite interesting. Service sloppy, but couple locals helped us out with language. Selection wasn’t huge, but was worth that tram ride.
PabloZibi (15) Radom, Poland | February 15, 2016| Updated February 16, 2016
Visited - February 2016. The best thing in this place is great, authentic atmosfere. Place is full of locals, and during my visit me and my friends were only tourist here. I didn’t notice non smoking area. At the beginnings in 1997 they have 4 taps, 1 from which are dedicated to micro/small czech brewery. Nowadays they have 8 taps and 5 are for rotation (3 are reserved for Konrad 10°,Pilsner Urquell 11°,Primátor – Weizenbier). No internationals beer on taps (but it is really a drawback at that kind of place? I don’t think so) but they have a nice selection of bottles (including De Molen and USA craft). Prices are very low even for the czech standards. Some funny paintings on walls. Bar is located at the end of tram 6 and 11 (Spořilov). For me it’s absolutely must see in Prague.
Easy to get to, just take tram 11 to Sporilov, wich is the endstation ..... yeah right, linie 11 took me 2 stops, then stopped due to roadwork..... Had to walk a far bit, and get to line 24 wich where going to Sporilov now. At Sporilov its very easy to find, just infront of you, a small graffiti covered concrete building, rather dark inside, bar just inside opposite the door, 2 small rooms, rather smoky. About 10 taps with nice fresh Czech microes. 2 or 3 halfdrunk locals at the bar. Ordered a small glass of something and was served a pint, next order same thing allthough i did my best to point out i only wanted a half--- oki then, i get the picture, here grown men drink pints :) No english spoken by the server, or other customers. Some nice bottles in the fridge aswell, locals + some De Molen. Nice music, and good quality of the beers. Dirt cheap prices. Funny place that overall reminds me somehow of Euston Tap in London, allthough i like the later better.
Visited early afternoon, May 25, 2015. Can’t say for sure, but likely got there between 14 and 15? End of Sporilov. Outside looks just like a public restroom or such, without info that there’s a bar inside do not think many would even try and enter the building. Once inside you have a fine pub though, with a good selection of beer. First server of the day spoke English fine, other guy not at all. We sampled several of the draught beers as well as a bottle from the fridge. When we were about to leave left the money for the tab on the table, this was apparently not the way to do it, since the server got upset when he thought we were running off without paying, make sure they get money in hand. Very cool and unusual place, much worthy of a visit for sure!
Older text from previous visit below: Visited beginning of June, 2011. Nice small place, though the outside looks horrible. Surroundings are boring, but you have 4 nice rotating pumps and some nice bottles to select from. Also fairly cheap Becherovska, Medovina and some other stuff when you’re done with the beers. Helpful service. Did not eat, not sure you can? I only noticed 4 taps, are there really 7? My fairly high overall rating is for the charm the place have, you should really try and go there.
End of Tram to Sporilov. A place you would never ever enter if it wasnt for the beer. Smoky and noizy heavy metal - worst combinstion in the world. Locals looking like they just returned from the war. BUT - the 6-8 taps were amazing. Good condition and NOT seen elsewhere on my visit. For instance they had P.U nefriltovany on in immaculate condition! Doubt I will return but fun to have tried!