After a 30 beers rating during one week in Prague, Svatý Nobert became the best we had have...ever.
We were even offered to buy the beer in small barrels (ask the blonde waiter), but we had to say no due to logistic problems.
If you don’t try this beer, you won’t know what beer is.
I fell in love with Klášterní Pivovar Strahov. It was a long walk to reach it and I got lost at first (and so I lost my reservation). When there I managed to try their pils, their apa and their dunkel. Love, love, love! All beers in good conditions, damn cheap, good and fast service. A must when in Prague!
Regular 4 types (Jantar, Dark, Weisse and IPA) often supplemented by seasonal beers brewed at least once in 2 months. Its variety goes from Brown Ale to Weizenbock and Christmas Doppelbock. Each year Brewmaster tries to come up with something else than previous year. Perhaps most striking is un-compromising quality of the beers served here. Never had any bad surprise. Out of Prague Brewpubs my No. 1.
This is an awesome place. They only had two beers that they made on hand. Tram #22 is best for the visit. The brewery stop is two from the Castle. The food was excellent. The place is huge with a stage for music and two restrooms. I had the IPA and a dark beer. The IPA was probably the top ale in Prague. They also serve wine. It is across from the Strahov Monastery. This is must visit for Prague. Lots of good beers in Prague but this was the best IPA!
A top class brewpub, for certain. Efficient and friendly service with perfect English spoken. You’ll probably want to reserve seats. There is the brewery room with the big bar, and a few tables. The place to be in the winter, but very hot in the summer. The big cellar restaurant is nice and cool in the summer, and has a lot more space in the winter. Plenty of outdoor seating in the summer. I have eaten here several times and always had excellent food. The beers are out of this world. The three standard beers are all 4+ ratings if you can deal with beer that isn’t barrel aged 12% stouts. Same for the rotating seasonals.
I suppose it’s very tourist-minded and it’s expensive for Prague, but Strahov is the place I long for when planning my next trip to Prague.
2 beers avaliable in the winter period. They were both good and cheap as anywhere in Prague. 2-3 US a pint. The area around the castle and the walk down from Strahov was a beautiful experience. So when you visit the area and enjoys the view - go enjoy a couple of beers. Re-Rate Easter -14. After seven visits through the years. Best beers served in Prague. Lovely. Top 1. Just several visits later - January 16’. The best brewpub in the world. 7-9 visits over the years. Always in top shape. Service and food top notch.
Another ’must visit place’ for a beer lover.
Beer and food is good, you can sit outside or inside. Very good options on the menu, some of them made by beers..
Really loved this places beers and atmosphere. As an homebrewer, eating and drinking with the smell of wort was great.