Tourist central and the prices match. The beer is excellent and worth the trip. Nice traditional beer halls with musicians wandering around helping you part with cash. Shots are also foisted upon you which are extra.
Worth a visit for the beer and venue to say you’ve been but after that wouldn’t rush back.
3fourths (1571) Boulder, Colorado | December 29, 2009| Updated June 10, 2016
stopped in for a 10am morning dunkel, and what a fine dunkel it was. our reward for drinking so early was that the place was empty of people, and so also empty of cigarette smoke. large rooms, long tables, interesting character but I can’t say much about the patrons, good or bad, since there were none. worth visiting for Tmave 13, which I found to be quite good on two visits, though I hear others can have some harsh criticisms of it’s cleanness or depth.
I visited here in August and I have mixed feelings about the place. I was rushed into the front seating area which was just a large drinking hall. Was very very busy as expected from the few tour buses out front. I was happy to try the beer but just as happy to leave. Perhaps would be enjoyable with a large group. Definitely check it out for the house beer if nothing else.
Wow, I never entered a rating...OK, well it’s a landmark pub. I actually liked it better the second time around.
Oakes (835) Vancouver, British Columbia | March 16, 2011
Historic brewpub, kind of the Schlenkerla of Prague in that way. The vibe is pretty much the same, nice and old school with drunk and happy Czech tourists. The beer is decent if unspectacular, but it is the experience you come for more than anything else.
OK, 4 for ambiance. Looks great, though the crowds and amusement park atmosphere detract. Waiters are generally useless, the beer is over-priced and over-rated. I won’t go again, and I wouldn’t recommend it except that the beer is so famous and can only be got here.