A can’t miss destination in Prague. Clean, bright modern feel to the interior, high ceilings on the main floor, bricked walls in the basement. 4-5 draft beer, strictly Czech, and all really, really excellent choices. Dinner and 2-3 rounds of drinks for a couple was around 500czk. Of course I struggled with the beer book, but didn’t see anything super excitable, and was happy enough to drink fresh draft Czech pils all night. English of course is not as common as in western Europe, but the staff was nice enough with my terrible Czech.
This is a new venture by Pivovarsky Dum and appears to be quite different to the more traditional bars in the city. There are 5 - 6 beers on tap, some from the Dum Brewery and others from small brewers around The Czech Republick. The emphasis is on unfiltered Czech beers on tap, trying to show the beers in their best light. There is a further Beer list of around 200 beers from the beer list, again the emphasis on rarer Czech Brewers but also expands to Belgian, German and other countries. The upstairs bar is for non smoking and downstairs is for smoking and seems quite lively.
We ate a good meal one evening, which was hearty and tasty.
I would thoroughly recommend The Klub even though it is slightly off the beaten track, there is a good evenings worth of drinking unusual beers to be had.
A great place in Prague. It has been "holy ground" for me since the author Evan Rail signed the book "Good Beer Guide Prague & the Czech Republic" in 2008. Pivovarsky Klub seems to be popular among both tourists and locals. Today they are not leading the multiple tap race, but the bottle selection is huge. Excellent food and beer. I had two awesome draught beers this evening: Schlenkerla Eiche Doppelbock and Matuska Cerna Raketa. (Visited 22nd February 2012)
My first visit to a beer destination in Prague and the Czech Republic was very satisfying. This place functions as a bar, a beer store and a restaurant. Six Czech beers on tap, served in 300ml and 500ml amounts, three fridges, one with UK bottled beers, the other one with Belgian bottles and the third with French, American and Czech beers. In addition there was several shelves with more bottles, most of them from the Czech Republic. A medium sized pub with a ground floor and a basement, most of the people who came in for easing went downstairs. Czech interior of wooden tables, high stools, floor tiles and decorated by barrels and old photos on the walls. Friendly and helpful service with recommendations when I asked for Czech bottles to take away. No smoking, and no music at our stay. Close to the Florenc Metro station (Visited with Frau Eva, 28.06.2016).
We kinda missed out on drinking here the first night bc they closed up at 11PM on a Friday or something insane like that! So be warned...went back again, sat in basement. Great buzzing Boho vibe, nothing bad to say, fun beer list, fun food items on menu and food good by Prague standards. Happy.
Oakes (835) Vancouver, British Columbia | March 16, 2011
Decent beer bar - wasn’t nuts about the service getting there a minute after last call and being told to bugger off. But the next night we tried again and had better luck. Good beer list, not the best in town, but a good third option.
A haven when your looking for Zcech beers on tap. 10 minutes walk from Namesti Republiky are not enough to make up the thirst for these beers! Also a wide selection of Czech bottled beers. A regular place on my visits to Prague
Went twice already. Great attitude and service at the bar. Draught choice is good, though not amazing. Bottle choice in Cz beers is wonderful. A little pricy, but not bad. Great eisbein as well. I really enjjoyed this place.
gnoff (711) Göteborg, Sweden | January 14, 2007| Updated May 25, 2009
Nice selection of Czech micro on tap. Possible to purchase bottled beres from a big selection, either to take home or to drink chiled on location. Not very cosy, but great selection. Went back in 2009, May. Still very nice place!
One of the best bars in Prague. Inside, it feels pretty modern and very clean, quite different from your average a little bit of this, a little bit of that uncaring pub. The crowd consisted mostly of young locals, but we heard other languages than Czech at two other tables. Service was excellent, far above Prague’s average. While 6 taps can be quite a big deal in Czech Republic, I supposed I have been a bit unlucky with the ones they had when I visited as there was only one beer I’d never had before. They had one from their sister pub DUM, two from Cerna Hora that can be found in quite a few places in town, another from a macro, Kozel if I recall correctly. It was not quite the rare offerings from the far country side that I was expecting. As far as the bottles go, there was of course plenty of stuff I’d never had before, but I don’t think they even had a bottle from a brewery I’d never heard of (which should not be that hard to do in Czech Republic). I don’t know that they have 200 bottles, perhaps, but with less than half being Czech, you have about the 100 most common brands. Unfortunately, they apparently no longer serve their own beer. Still, I’d gladly come back next time I’m in Prague and the place felt very comfortable if not quite cozy.