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.
This little craft-beer gem is located not far away from Bohemians tram station. Only few tables in one room. 15 taps with Czech craft beer as so as famous world brew and their own beers (brewed by owner himselfs mostly in Antoš brewery). Nice variety, perfect condition of beers. Prices the same like in similar bars around Prague, friendly and knowaledgable owner. And quiet music (I appreciate it). Highly recommended, one of the best Prague beer places!
bybeer (7) Prague, Czech Republic | January 8, 2017
I decided to walk here from the Old Town with snow and ice on the road with the temperature at minus 8 centigrade. Bad mistake. Take a taxi! It’s quite an amazing place in a run down semi industrial area south of the city. Finding it isn’t easy though. The one and only illuminated yellow sign is about the size of a beer tray, but don’t give up. Look for a much larger "FARAON" sign painted on the wall and walk through the white door below. They have 15 taps and a superb bottle selection. The taps are mainly Czech & US and the bottles from Europe. The wifi worked eventually. English is spoken. It’s well worth a visit. If it was in the city centre I would be a regular.