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.
A brewpub on a boat anchored in the Vltava just north of the city centre. Two-storey setup, the bottom floor is actually under the water level. Also slightly listing to the side and smells of fresh wort whenever the brewer adds hops. The beers (6 on tap when I was there, mostly traditional styles) are generally quite good. Beer flights are available. Yup, worth a little time for sure.
Lovely view to river and interior full of brewery equipment, I just like it :) 6 beers on tap: 3 all of time (Legie, Monarchie, Republika), 3 seaaonal specials. Beware to double prices, on upper board in restaurant are beers tapped to 0.2/0.4l glass, downstairs in pub to 0.3/0.5l for the same price. Beers are few steps above average.
Visited on Thursday evening. Unfortunately being dark outside didnt help to enjoy the scene even more by seeing the river etc. Nice ambiance especially in the lower level where the decoration is cozier. The upper level seems a little bit empty and white. I wasnt hungry so I didnt try the food so I asked for a taster. They serve their beers in flights of 6. Only 4 different beers available on tap during my visit so they added in the taster two mixings of the 4 beers. Service was OK. The beers were OK. Average prices for the beers too. Hope I will be able to go there again during day light
I'm on a boat! I'm on a boat! Hah, actually not the first time I went to a boat for beer - Belgrade has that covered with Kej, though much more trashy and not brewed on the boat. This does indeed look great, and it's very much obvious that nothing's for show there, unlike in some places, with beers fermenting away upstairs, lagering downstairs. Very lively atmosphere, ypunger and older people, women and men, and we seemed to be at the time the only actual tourists there. Great prices, both for the food and for the beers compared to places that are more central in Stare Mesto. Service was okay, not as hyperfriendly around the board as some places, but partly depending on the person I guess, absolutely nothing to complain about. The beers were very good across the board, but their APL was a bit of a disappointment. Above average in that aspect. As of October 2017 they definitely did have very good wi-fi (you have to ask for the pass though). It was a very good brewpub experience all in all, and worth the detour. You really do want to take a walk by the Vltava, be it in night or daytime, and this is a must stop there.
This brew pub is located on a boat. The weather was really warm this day so we sat inside for awhile and cooled off in the air conditioning. After we sat outside on the sun deck. 6 taps, prices ok, served small 0.2 and large 0.4. No wifi here. Did not try the food. Nice, clean and modern.
Visited first time on August 2, 2017. Located on a boat, close to the bridge Štefánikuv Most, tram stop Dlouhá trída is the closest, though crossing the street should preferably be done slightly to the east close to Nové mlýny street. Soem film team was in close to the brew setu, didn’t bother much though. A bit weird service, had to walk up to the bar and ask to ay. Was clearly told that "service was not included" when paying with card, though service very much is included in this country, just tips isn’t. Samled their 6 beers on, 3 were decent, 3 were fairly nice. Ate food that wasn’t very inspiring. Nice view though. High WAF. If they raise the quality of their food and stop telling customers they should remember to tip, they might get more return customers?
Cuso (241) Bratislava, Slovak Republic | April 30, 2017
Brewery is located on Boat, beers are good. Meals are bit higher price, but if you go for daily menu, prices are reasonable. meals are tasty. Staff is quick and polite. Recommended place.