gnoff (711) Göteborg, Sweden | August 11, 2017| Updated August 14, 2017
"New" brewery at same location "Pivovar Borsov".
First visit 2008: Only visited the upstairs pub, didn’t eat. Menus were in Czech and Russian, not often I’ve seen that. Tried the house beers which were OK. Nice prices for being so close to the tourist walks and the Charles bridge.
Second visit on June 1, 2011. Walked into the cellar though it was closed, to check out the brewing equipment. Looked nice to sit as well. Spent some time in the room next to the door, we seated some 16 of us and had some beers. Nice place. Did not eat this time around either.
Sort of side street in Stare Mesto. Vaults n wooden interior. Nice femme kitchen tanks served. I chose a goat in cheese, I thought, but the goat hade made the cheese and left. Nice cheese dish to beers! And they have 3 beers - not 2. But sometimes not all available. The half dark is rezane. At entrance bottle display.
Slava Czechii. Get all your beers available.
Stumbled in to this with Shaun and my parents. I can’t believe it never registered with me before. Beer brewed onsite in the sizeable basement. Almost nobody in the place. They have 2 beers. A dark and a light. They also sell impossibly expensive Italian Strong ales. Rocket fuel. They also sell a range of Faberge eggs. No jokes. This is a strange place. Not neccessarily in a good way. Stop by though eh? It’s right in the centre on a side street within 500 metres of Charles Bridge.