Very cool place. You enter to the left of Nota Bene, go straight, then turn left and another left, and go downstairs to the beautiful bar. Just 8 taps, 3 of which were from Falkon, the rest a mix of Czech locals and other European beers -- they even had a rare Oud Beersel and Rodenbach Alexander on tap. Pours generally come in 0.2L or 0.3L pours, but the bartender was nice enough to do 0.1L pours for me. Definitely worth a stop.
(Visited April 2018) Cellar bar just next to Nota Bene. Take the door to the left of the restaurant and the stairs down to the basement. It used to be the Nota Bene Beer Point, but now a separate entry. Interior is in light wood and stone walls, with separate rooms. 8 taps of good beers, mainly from Czech craft breweries. Really good selection of bottled beers, mainly imported craft beers. Friendly and efficient service. Quite calm on both my visits, early Friday evening and late Saturday. Definitely worth a visit.
Cellar bar near Note bene (where the old Beer Point used to be) Nicely renovated, minimalistic nordic with seating for about 20 people. 8 taps, a To Øl, rest Czech with a focus on Falkon with 1 0r 2 special releases. A large number of bottles / cans at fair prices aswell. Fast service, good prices.
A little Scandinavian-style bar to the south of the Old Town.
A few taps including up and coming Czech breweries and two from To Øl. A very good selection of rare bottles and cans in 3 fridges with everything a beer geek expects to see: sours, saisons, NEIPAs, imperial stouts etc. Had a can of top notch Boss Tweed DIPA from the Old Nation here for a very reasonable price - 9€.
Only a couple of food options available - keep this in mind when planning your beer route. I ordered marinated Camembert with sun-dried tomatoes and nuts which was very good.
English-speaking bartender/waitress. The service was fine but I knew what I wanted and didn’t really test the quality of recommendations.
Definitely worth a visit for its well curated bottle/can selection.
visited in january 2018. well-curated mix of falkon specials and rare imports; friendly and attentive service; i just wish i'd had a good look at all the fancy stuff in the fridge before i already had my belly full of beer.
Nice little bar in a cellar, near to a metro station. It has some taps as well, mainly czech micros, and has a wide bottle selection, the most exciting in Prague, I think, when talking about international beers. Prices were ok, a little bit above average. Service was done by girls both of the nights I checked in.