This bar feels a bit like an English pub - lots of dark wood, sport on the television and a long bar with 30 taps, all keg if I remember correctly. The music was very repetitive (a constant beat embellished with a few piano and saxophone twiddles) and rather annoying after a few minutes. It’s cash only - no credit cards. Nevertheless, worth checking out if you’re in the vicinity.
(Visited 12 April 2018).
djoeye (372) Tromsø, Norway | April 23, 2017| Updated April 5, 2018
Ambience of pop music I like, not crowded a sunday afternoon. Nice pubby interior.
Beer menu, I found 3, all at reasonable 30cl prices. Menu has good food too. Food here, not at the other.
Good service, good woman.
Not too much of a tourist trap.
Revisit 2018: Half way crowded. Smoke free acc to cz law.
30 taps, and I found 2 new to me.
Wish I could rate lower than 1 for ambiance. Busy, rammed with tourists, hardly able to see for the smoke - very unpleasant. Lots of taps though most are pishy lagers. Decent service. Would probably rate it higher if I didn’t have to shower immediately after leaving and consider incinerating my clothes to remove the smoke.
Easily accessible by public transport in the Praha-2 area. Good line up beer from the Czech Republic i never drink before, knew most name from books. Very good prices, but smoking is still allowed in Czech Republic for those who won’t like that.
This 2nd Prague Beer Museum is located very near the Namesti Miru metro station. Also the trams stop at the front of the place. The same selection of 30 taps as in the main PBM but a bigger place and most importantly a non-smokin area which is actually a larger room than the smoking one. Music wasn’t nearly as loud either. Quick and friendly service. A recommendable place especially if you’re near by.
Located close to Namesti Miru. Bigger than the original Beer Museum. About 30 Czech beers on tap, but the selection is better in other places. Great though if you are kinda new to Czech beers. One rotating tap from Matuska. Decent food that could be spiced up a bit. 15 cl tasters available. Worth a visit when in Prague.