Visited after getting back from Pilsen on a Tuesday afternoon. The place was about a 20 minute walk from where we were staying in a more residential part of the city. The area is probably not the nicest, but still seemed pretty safe. It's located at the bottom of what looks like an apartment or office building. Some smaller signage on the door lets you know you are there. Once inside, it's small, quiet other than the noise of a few guests chatting, and some musing playing in the background. There were about 10 beers on tap of the 16 they could offer. Half were their own beers, the other half ranged from Czech traditional to American. The owner and brewer was the person pouring the beer. He was very friendly and I enjoyed talking beer with him for awhile. The beers made here tend to lean toward that of modern and American styles. Stuff like IPAs and fruited Gose. Some snack options like chips and salsa are offered, but not much else. There are no half pours offered. Prices are in line with other places in the city.
Though not exactly central, easily reachable by a slew of trams, even buses, and a little walk. In a side street, it's invisible from the main street/s, but once you're there, there's a tiny sign in the window, enter through the unmarked door by it and you're there. Not the largest of places, but very good music (rock & metal, English & Russian). It was nice to talk about beer with the owner too. Great selection of beers, local classic & craft, their own beers - fairly experimenal. All in all, well worth a visit, one of the very few places combining foreign and local craft. Well worth visiting in any case if you have the time, you should definitely be able to find some interesting beers / new rates!
Great beer fans whose taste venture beyond Czech boarders, Zubaty Pes is great place to try. With 15 regularly changing beers on tap, 5 or 6 of which are foreign beers, and the rest being some of the best Czech beers, you’re sure to find a few that suit your liking. They stock most of the Brew Dog range of beers being the sole distributor for the Czeck Republic. They also regularly have beer from Mikkeller, a Danish “magpie” brewer, and Nøgne Ø, a innovative Norwegian brewery.
For their Czech breweries, they do a great job of representing old and new beer culture; they usually have something from Matuska, or Kout na Sumave, a classic South Bohemian brewery. A great range of ever changing craft brewed beers from far and wide make this a must do visit.
A local crowd with the odd visitor make the atmosphere relaxed. The pub’s interior is clearly brand new. Now moved over the road from its original premises, to a small one roomed bar, that has "street art" on the wall's. They serve small beer snacks in case you get the munchies. Service is efficient. Prices here tend to be a bit more expensive than other pubs.
Located in Prague 10, take trams 24, 7, or 6 to Obloukova or buses 106, 124, or 139 to Ukrainjska. This location isn’t too far off the beaten path, (Quite near Zly Casy) Located in Prague 10, take trams 24, 7, or 6 to Obloukova or buses 106, 124, or 139 to Ukrainjska.