Can’t think of a better place to go in Prague for a beer.
I live in the Golden City and I go there at least once a week to see what they have on tap.
Tastings are organised and most independent breweries choose it as the place where to present new beers in Prague.
PS: The photo is from Pivovarsky Dum
It would be a crime to go to Prague and not visit Pivovarsky Klub. We were given a Czech menu but as soon as they realised we spoke English we were brought an English menu. Even though it was busy on a Friday evening we were not rushed to make a choice. Huge selection of beers - pity the menu gave no indication of the styles.
The food looked great (check out the roast pork knuckle) but we were only there for the beer.
It’s only about a hundred yards from the Florenc metro station so easy to find.
Absolute beer point in Praha.
Selection is so good, it was worth opening a roaming on my phone.
Good pivoteka bottle selection, rotation on 6 taps, huge beer menu with many pages. And I met PivniZub. Great staff too. Great scents from the dishes.
Absolutely a MUST BE for beer lovers.
Excellent service from friendly staff. Very good selection of czech beers on bootle, and some int.beers. Only 6 beers on draft, but not a problem.
Nice atmosphere, no music disturbing the good conversation. They also sell beer (for take-away), which is quite extraordinary for a norwegian guy like me.
I’ll be back.
Établissement le dimanche 16 mars vers 18h30. Ambiance: Trčs jolie endroit sur 2 étages. Au rez-de-chaussée on trouve des tablettes remplies de bouteilles que l’on peut acheter. Service: Excellent service. Langue tchčque majoritairement avec quelques mots en anglais. Sélection: 6 fűts en rotation de microbrasserie tchčque. Choix de plus de 200 bouteilles en trčs grande majorité tchčque avec quelques belges et allemandes. Nourriture: Assiette Mix grill (Porc, poulet, patate et sauce). (71e rating d’établissement)
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.