Amazing brewpub: Friendly and quick English spoken service. Incredible beer. Excellent food (Goulash and Pasta). Only minus is that it is 6-8KM out of the center Wauuw - this is the place to go after drinking Nefil/Tank Urquell in Plzen.
Nice local hotel, which also foreign tourists appreciate. Recommended by Gunnar btw. Traditional food, some premium dishes. 8 taps. And I found 8 bottles at the store/reception-hall. 4-5 times czk compared to macros in supermarkets, but hello, it’s craft beers we’re talking about.
Stayed over and took a beer bath - well it’s a soak in diluted coarse-filtered hopped wort really - though that is bizarre enough. Good quality, cheap-ish rooms with lots of space, nice courtyard - the Dvůr bit - and a suitably coppered and crocked hostinec with all the beers and a couple more.
Staying at the hotel with two small kids, and I can’t complain. Decent rooms, there is a trampoline out there, and the bowling was good fun. Until a large group of students came in and had all three lanes reserved, which doesn’t seem fair somehow. Surprisingly good food in the pub, with the Tmavy Lezak being the best of the beers I had. I’d say that one is well worth the detour, even if you happen to be in town for another brewery.
Outside of the city, so fewer tourists. The service was good. Food was good. Lots of beer to choose from. I tried the three main beers. They were all good for their styles, but nothing outstanding. Ambiance was nice. Wood and cooper.
This place has got pretty much everything. Brewery, restaurant, hotel, and beer spa. I went there during the summer and had a great meal in the courtyard as well as two delicious beers. The dark lager is one of the best I’ve had. Highly recommended!