geauxT (76) Virginia | August 2, 2009| Updated July 16, 2016
Indifferent service in the Formaka/Hospoda; but beers and atmosphere were authentic and only locals were there. Quite cheap compared with the touristy places in the center of town. Did not try the food; but the sausages being grilled over an open wood fire out front smelled wonderful. 2nd Best place to drink in Cesky.
Nice building with greate inside design. The food is great, though the service was not too well. The place is big and it took a while until we got served and the waitress wasn’t really friendly. The however is flawless. Had an Eggenberg Svetly Lezak from tap.
Large place with nice outdoor seating. Not the most interesting selection, but great place to have a beer break from sightseeing. Friendly and attentive staff and relaxed atmosphere. Worth visiting if one happens to be in Český Krumlov.
Sokolov (868) Moscow, Russia | March 23, 2015| Updated November 11, 2015
Brewery tap with 4 brews. Quite nice, but still not really interesting.
IMPORTANT: Despite the address on Latran, you need to enter via Pivovarska. We had a light dinner here, and sampled all the drafts offered (3) and one of the bottles. Food was decent, beers were average, and everything was incredibly cheap. We had four people eat and have a few beers for, like $30. The brewery was closed for tours due to renovations, so I can’t speak to that, but they are normally available. Cesky Krumlov is a cool little town for a day trip, though this brewery isn’t exactly a "destination" type of place. However, if you’re in the area on holiday, the town is worth a stop, and the brewery is probably the best place in town to grab a beer.
I went on the tour. The tour guide was very good, even though he had to speak his third language (German). The beer isn’t anything special, but atmosphere was pretty cool. Cesky Krumlov is a great city to visit and the brewery is also worth the visit.