Visited for the first time on August 4, 2017. Visited the restaurant upstairs, the "Beerpoint" wasn’t open this early. Got there early before 1 pm, first stop of the day. Three other people there, plus two working the bar. No others came in during our visit, so quiet. Didn’t eat, stayed for the two beers they had on. Wooden benches, tables and chairs. Sort of a sterile bar, more like a bistro than a brewery. Small pours (0.3 or 0.2 depending on the beer) of the beers available. Close/walkable from I.P. Pavlova metro station. Some music playing. Decent English spoken by the bar staff. Good service (by Prague measures, in general: decent). Parking on the street outside available. Clean toilets. Both beers we samled were in good condition and quite tasty.
Small cozy place. I was in at 15:00cet and it was very quiet. They had only two beer on tap. Not worth the trip if your not in the neighborhood, but if u are, pop in! Solid wifi. The two small beers I had only cost me a total of 50,-Kc
Seems to actually be called "Beerpoint" from the signs outside. Clean and hipstery, a bit sterile, but a musty cellar smell downstairs. Piped music was modern shit, fortunately kept to a lowish level. 5 beers on tap, looks like room for a 6th. Quality ranged from decent to excellent. Service was adequate. Didn’t make a huge impression on me either way, but certainly an adequate venue.
(A review of the restaurant, not the Beerpoint downstairs). A four-sided room, modern brick-wood interiors in warm colours with mirrors on the walls. The place promotes a stylish, clean, and comfortable outlook. The bar is placed in the corner to the rear of the room. Four of their own beers, fresh and in perfect condition, served in different amounts starting at 200ml. 6 guest beers on tap. Polite service by the table. Modern tekno music in the back. We just had a quick look at the beer cellar downstairs, and it gave a rather inviting impression. (Visited with Frau Eva, 29.06.2016).