Jedná se o vskutku výborný pivovar ze sousedství, kde jsem v podstatě nezažil špatné pivo. Prostřední jak pivovaru a tak přidružené hospůdky je velmi přívětivé a má krásný feel staré doby. Obsluha je též velmi příjemná,a rychlá. Kvalitně umyté půlitry, pivo dobře kroužkuje. Jídlo je též velmi chutné, dal jsem si hermelín obalovaný v bramboráku s tatarkou no vskutku lahoda k pivu a za velmi přívětivou cenu. Celkově se jedná o cenově velmi dostupné posezení. Mohu jen doporučit.
You got 2 options. Go a hundred years back in time and visit the small pub which is a lot cheaper. Or go to the Restaurant. They had 3 taps both places. In the Restaurant they had the Tmavy Dunkel 14 which was amazing. Food was standard Czeck and extremely cheap. A 3 course meal for 59 Czk :-) Crazy! All around worth a tour. 10 minutes by bus from Dep. Hostivar. BUT: From 11-14 A.M they rarely drive. Taxi is 250 CZK.
The pick of the brewpubs on my Czech Republic visit - and only just squeezed in before flying out (it is handy 20 minutes from the airport). The beer was extremely good, and the food was good as well. It was very tempting to miss my flight!
Visited this place 13.11.08
At this brewery, you got a restaurant, and you got a pub (pivovarská krčma) the former with absollutely no atmosphere at all, better go next door, then its a different story, like a time travell, you are transferred back in time, a lit fireplace, sheepskins on the wooden benches. The beer is also sheep, half the price of the restaurant. Food is traditional Czech with no surprises. Lunch menu was 60 Kc, a steal. 20Kc for the beers which are pretty good, try the výčepní at only 3 % ABV this is a smooth beer.
Before you leave, remember to go back to the restaurant, here you can purchase their beer in 1,5 l PET bottles.
Right in the middle of nowhere you would never guess that the building in the back hides a warm and well maintained brewpub. Very cozy and authentic mom and pop decoration. Mom and pop service (excellent). 5 or 6 big tables, heavy wood, fireplace, fur on the seats (!!!), I could go on and on but you really have to visit the place to get the feel of it. Three home beers on tap, an above average Světlé and two other unspectacular ones. Food was average, at least my goulash was, but average food in Czech Republic is still very good food. Bottom line: really worth a visit for the place itself more than for the beer or the food.
Brewpub, established in 1992, on the edge of Prague in buildings, that look like a former JZD (cooperative farm). Friendly and helpful service, average boring czech meals, good home-brewed beers. Worth a detour !