Visited for the first time on August 1, 2017. Was crazy hot outside, though not that far from the main square we had a hard time going all the way, just looking for shade. Lucky we built up some thirst. They had two tas on during our visit, so shared those two beers before it was time to ehad back to the train station to go back to Praha. Feels new, feels a tad sterile, feels like they really have a ting for dogs. Staff seemed to not seak a word of English, and some of the young ladies seemed giggly and flustered anyone not Czech would wander in here for beer. Didn’t eat, shared our two beers, were on our way. They perhaps didn’t inspire me much to come back, but if I find myself in Plzen again and have some time over, I’ll likely give them one more shot, mainly since it is a brewery. Not too impressed by their beers though.
Somewhat sterile cafe environment. Copper vessels have pride of place next to the entrance. Staff was a bit dopey. Beers were drinkable I guess, only 2 on offer. I’d love to see Anita Sarkeesian’s reaction to the signs for the toilet! A bit of a trek, and I’m not sure it’s worth it except for the tick.
Bit out of the center. This place looks newish. Toilets are hmm unlogical. Who puts the bloody toiletpaper holder behind your back. Fckin hell. Only 2 beers were available at the time. Staff lazy. Smoking allowed inside. Some ugly euro-pop came from speakers. Avoid.
djoeye (227) Tromsø, Norway | July 5, 2015| Updated June 24, 2017
Young staff, poor english, some dishes. Low price cafe. I got my beer, imitating slavic language. The only place you get Pasak beers, so brush up your czech and give it a try.
Modern style brewpub about ten minutes walk from the city square. Small bar area but quite a lot of seats in a bigger room to the right of the bar. We had three beers and two of them were kinda bad. A special Christmas beer was probably just a bad effort, but one of the standard beers was about to turn sour. Service was nice and English worked ok.
Modern brewpub on the western edge of the city centre, not much cozier than a motorway restaurant. Three quite well drinkable beers available (09/13), very friendly staff. Only interesting for busy beerhunters…
The entrance and bar has a few informal tables. This leads on through 2 more rooms which are arranged with tables of different configurations. The beers are like the place, just alright. Nothing special but a good attempt, the building gleams against the surrounding buildings, no merchandise except the glassware. Coppers on show right next to the bar. Only a couple of minutes from the town centre, an easy stroll.