Great beer fans whose taste venture beyond Czech boarders, Zubaty Pes is great place to try. With 15 regularly changing beers on tap, 5 or 6 of which are foreign beers, and the rest being some of the best Czech beers, you’re sure to find a few that suit your liking. They stock most of the Brew Dog range of beers being the sole distributor for the Czeck Republic. They also regularly have beer from Mikkeller, a Danish “magpie” brewer, and Nøgne Ø, a innovative Norwegian brewery.
For their Czech breweries, they do a great job of representing old and new beer culture; they usually have something from Matuska, or Kout na Sumave, a classic South Bohemian brewery. A great range of ever changing craft brewed beers from far and wide make this a must do visit.
A local crowd with the odd visitor make the atmosphere relaxed. The pub’s interior is clearly brand new. Now moved over the road from its original premises, to a small one roomed bar, that has "street art" on the wall's. They serve small beer snacks in case you get the munchies. Service is efficient. Prices here tend to be a bit more expensive than other pubs.
Located in Prague 10, take trams 24, 7, or 6 to Obloukova or buses 106, 124, or 139 to Ukrainjska. This location isn’t too far off the beaten path, (Quite near Zly Casy) Located in Prague 10, take trams 24, 7, or 6 to Obloukova or buses 106, 124, or 139 to Ukrainjska.
A short tram ride from IP Pavlova (6,7,24) to Bohemians and a short walk to this fine little bar. A little hard to find, just a little yellow sign in the window with "Zubaty Pes". Single room bar, 6 or 7 small tables, and on a early weekday evening we and 2 Czech friends where the only customers. 16 tap’s, 1 empty, selection of 3 house beers, other Czech microes, Sibeeria, Albrecht etc + a Mikkeller, a De Molen and a To øl. Most beers was fresh and nice, 1 or 2 a little old. Pricing maybe a little high for Prague, but so was the quality. Worth a visit.