Seems to actually be called "Beerpoint" from the signs outside. Clean and hipstery, a bit sterile, but a musty cellar smell downstairs. Piped music was modern shit, fortunately kept to a lowish level. 5 beers on tap, looks like room for a 6th. Quality ranged from decent to excellent. Service was adequate. Didn’t make a huge impression on me either way, but certainly an adequate venue.
(A review of the restaurant, not the Beerpoint downstairs). A four-sided room, modern brick-wood interiors in warm colours with mirrors on the walls. The place promotes a stylish, clean, and comfortable outlook. The bar is placed in the corner to the rear of the room. Four of their own beers, fresh and in perfect condition, served in different amounts starting at 200ml. 6 guest beers on tap. Polite service by the table. Modern tekno music in the back. We just had a quick look at the beer cellar downstairs, and it gave a rather inviting impression. (Visited with Frau Eva, 29.06.2016).
A beer destination of two distinct halves. The all wood pub-restaurant is at street level with chunky smart furnishing, five beers on draft now from their own set-up, a short but interesting and authentic menu and charming service. Nice wood-lined atmosphere, 2 mins from IP Pavlova metro / tram / bus stops. Lost a bit from when it opened as a free house.
Note Bene / Beerpoint. We arrived here quite late in the evening so place was quite empty. Interior is clean and one can even say sterile. Didn’t have much chat with staff, but ordering beers went smoothly. When in area, worth to visit.
Quite central situated, but at the same time a bit away from herds of tourists.
Not far from Beer Museum No2, so you may well grab a lunch here and their 4 beers. 6 taps, more news may appear in future. Funky club music, not too loud, I liked it.
Excellent place, tables for both couples or small groups. Czech menu, but staff translate it. Fresh clean czech home made beers.