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.
Six taps with mainly local beers and huge selection of different czech ones. Not so much craft though. Did not try the food. Judging from the scores here quite overrated.
saxo (156) Hřjbjerg, Aarhus, Denmark | March 27, 2016
SIx taps with a decent rotation it looks like. They changed one when I was there. The refrigerator is by far the best though. Very good selection of local Czech brews but also the standard Belgium beers and a few others.
Really not a bad place but the current score of 95 feels quite far off from the reality. Six taps and a huge amount of bottles around the walls. Most of them from traditional Czech breweries so not really a craftbeer pub but that’s not negative in my books. The food was really boring tasting and dry even for pub food (I like pub food!) and not very well made either (tried "Pork Roasted in Strong Dark Beer, Crepes with Spinach" and wife had "Bulgarian Meatballs w. Grilled Vegetables"). Wouldn’t recommend either. Service here was pretty flegmatic but quite friendly. Interior was nice.
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.
Visited just the street level part of the bar. Had a decent selection of 6 Czech micros. Nothing too exciting during my visit. Also lots of bottles, mainly Czech joined by some German and Belgian brews. I’d visit it again if nearby, but I don’t think I’d make a detour again considering the fact there are better places.
I have this bar and Evan Rail to thank for the Břevnovský Benedict Světlý Ležák, which appears to be permanently on draft. Then that was all I wanted, although I did taste an OK IPA. Isn’t that what you want from a place? You want it to be the one that serves you the beer. I mean, THE beer, for you, in that moment, on that trip, or whatever it is that you are doing. Also bought a bunch of bottles for takeaway as souvenirs. And the downstairs cellar, more restaurant-y, looked nice enough. Everything seemed rather well lit, for better and worse. Food looked terrific. Good, chatty service. Decent hotels nearby, and in healthy walking distance of the Old Town.