Brewery with restaurant located on the boat. Rather simple version in comparison to by far superior (in terms of design) in Bratislava. 5 hit and miss brews including "craft attempts". Can recommend only for a tick. On the side note - the service was exceptional.
Not too far from the centre alongside the river there are several clubs, restaurants & bars located in non-sailing boats, it is a thing apparently. This one is a brewpub. Large place bit sterile, upstairs was a restaurant where people ate things like burgers, downstairs a bar. 3 beers available in proper pours, prices were bit steep for the beer. 3 beers available, had one it was solid but lifeless for me.
jonas (90) Garching b. München, Germany | November 27, 2018
Spent two lazy afternoons here in the late fall. Not very many people, perfect friendly service, All lagers in very good condition, great food. Very relaxing and simply nice.
Nice and peaceful off the tourist trail. Very relaxing on the boat (which does not travel - it is permanently moored) Was great seeing the tourists on the passing tourist boats drinking dross from the Big 3 while I was enjoying beers brewed in the micro brewery on this boat which was aptly named Pivovar! Visited twice had 4 beers only 1 of which was average, the rest were good i.m.o.
What a cool place - a brewpub on a boat. There are three levels, with the interior comprising the main and lower levels. Full draft list of 6 beers only available inside. They do 0.1L and 0.2L pours for very reasonable prices (6 x 0.1L was only 84 Ck). Friendly service. Beers were of mixed quality - a couple very good, a couple infected, a couple forgettable. Definitely worth a stop, especially for the unique experience.
Boat Brewery, Lod Pivovar, on the Vltava River right north of Old Town, nearby Stephan's Bridge.
5 taps working. 5 more could. I was there at lunch time. Evenings the downstair pub opens.
Kitchen works well, making good food. Average price level. Very good place if you want good micro beers and a good hot lunch.