Beautiful building behind new flats, located on the shore of s dead end of Vltava river. Praha 7, north of the river.
I came early, only one family by another table. Many tables. Waiter had good english, as he had lived on Bermuda.
Polite and quick service. Good beers, which they are proud of. Delicious uncomplicated czech food. Recommended.
Took the tram (no 14) from Vodickova to stop U Pruhonu, then a fairly short walk, perhaps 500 m, a few minutes. You need to step off the street to get down to the brewery, but look for the water and you should have no problems getting there.
I arrived shortly after opening on Friday May 22, 2015. Got there perhaps around 11:15-11:30 or so. Had lunch, started with a beef broth, then had the grilled chicken spirals in bacon. Not amazing food, but tasty and huge portion for not a whole lot of money. They had 4 own beers on, served as half liter or 1 liter, so sat there until I had managed to drink a half liter of each of the four beers. Fairly fast service, English menu available. WiFi wasn’t working wel, never did ask them to restart the router though. Wasn’t super busy, the large dining area cuold seat a lot of people, but seemed to be a fairly slow lunch for them this day, didn’t bother me since I didn’t make a reservation. Heard bad things about their beers before I got there, only one of the 4 beers I found slightly off, so not bad at all. I can see myself returning.
Upon leaving walked to the maniny stop that had more trams, and going my direction to Sparta. Both stops within a comfortable walk.
Modern brewpub, located in a converted former customs house in Holešovice, the Prague harbour; quite a large beer hall with a very impressive wooden vaulted ceiling and loads of nautical odds and ends on the walls; shadowless patio in front of it; the beers are not worth a long journey, but surely worth a try! Recommended!
Apart from Gunnar’s suggestion, another way is tram 14 from Nádraží Holešovice or near Florenc or something, U Průhonu stop, head east till the roundabout, and then a bit north, among the new buildings, you’ll spot it to your right then, near the channel. Perhaps even slightly easier that way.
I was happy to see that there’s a new brewpub close to the hostel we’re staying at - we needed a place for a dinner & a party for 70ish people, and this seemed to be a perfect fit, and, it turned out, it was. Situated on the banks of the old Holešovice port, now a brand new modern area, kinda standing out by seeming to be an old refurbished building among modern ones. Looks quite great from the inside, wood & fancy, shiny from the inside, just a couple of shades short of tacky (so in the end more or less nice). There are pianos seemingly randomly scattered around the place, which is definitely a novel feature. In any cases, there are several rooms on several floors. It’s expansive, but it was full that day as there were several parties going on at the same time. The staff seemed OK, helpful, not necessarily fluent in English though, some of them. We ordered in advance, but, of course, in English, which caused some mild confusion - but the entire fault was on some of us who conveniently managed to forget what they had ordered. -_- They were efficient and polite in a slightly bad situation in any case. I got overcharged by 3 koruny in the end - but that was likely the fault of someone else claiming to have had my 10° while paying (or maaybe them just writing it down as the 12° as I was one of 2 people who have had it among a sea of 12°s). That’s nothing though. Anyway, the pales were quite light and unremarkable, the wheat lacking proper flavors (so likely just a pale lager with more wheat malt), and the dark had a lovely aroma, but the taste was less impressive. Unremarkable but flawless and easily drinkable - good "session" (or party) stuff, but as others have said, not the best beers you’ll try that day unless you only hit random potraviny. Food... my "pork cutlets in cream with potatoes" in the end turned out to be a single ok-sized cutlet covered with cheese & onions, with some cream/fresh cheese with onions and some potatoes... with onions. OK sized, but probably 50% onions, which I’m not entirely fond of, and which weren’t advertised. Luckily, unlike barely a couple of years ago, I can eat them, and it was good all-round, as was a friend’s svíčková and another’s sausage. OK prices too for that one (on the daily menu, 4-5 Euros). Would’ve been, perhaps, more thrilled if not for a stunning meal at Zlatá Kovadlina the day before. So... overall... It’s a cool place if you’re nearby. It does its purpose well, without thrilling or disappointing. Not a beer geek’s paradise, but a worthy place to visit. If they do experiment more with seasonals, it can only end up being more better/relevant. Right now - if you have the time, go there.
A spacious brewpub offering 4 beers on tap. Some good, other average, but do not expect to find today’s best beer here. Great food but be prepared to wait quite a long time. Slightly annoying music played from a TV channel. (Visited October 8th 2014)
New and modern brewpub in Holosovice. English are being spoken and friendly service. Large food menu and loud US hits played from a TV channel in the hall. 4 beers avaliable all suffering from DMS on my visit. Only if youre a ticker..
Camons (671) Hasselager, Denmark | April 22, 2014| Updated April 23, 2014
Huge brewpub in nicely renovated old building placed next to the river. Outdoor serving aswell. Abit away from the center of town but easy to reach by tram. 4 beers on tap, soso quality, nice food. Service was abit shortheaded / boardering rude while taking our orders. Loud music at our visit.