Visited - February 2016. Nice variety of beers, approx 50/50 Czech/internationals. During my visit 13 taps are in. Unfortunately, (approx hour before closing) there was only 1 old Czech guy except me and friends, so it’s a little bit hard to rate a atmosfere. Bartender (owner?) seems to be nice, he allows to take a photo behind the bar. It’s worth to notice that a small dog (a mascot from bar’s name) is here and that’s really nice :-) The local is located about 15 minutes walk from famous Zlý časy, and also very cose to Praha-Vršovice train station. Definitely worth to visit.
Cuso (237) Bratislava, Slovak Republic | November 5, 2015
Bar is located not far from Zly Casy ( 10-15 min>. 16 taps full of Czech micro’s and som international beers. Place si non smoking, owner is knowledgable, beers are in good condition. Recommended place.
Located outside of city center, walking distance from Zly Casy. Decorated pretty much like ordinary Eastern European bar. Selection is very good, 15 taps, some bottles. They always have combination of interesting Czech crafts on tap (Matuška, Falkon) and some imported micros.
Of course place is more expensive than regular bars, but that’s expected. I’d say prices are good especially imported stuff.
Located a bit away dom nearest tramstation, but maybe a 10-15 minutes walk from Zly Casy. Small bar area, with seatings upstairs as well. 15 beers on tap during my visit. A mix between czech, english, dutch and danish beers. Quite nice, decently slow on an early tuesday evening. English works fine for ordering beers.
Owner is a Russian with a very bad attitude to his visitors. He only takes care of himself and his friends. He lets himself being drunk (if not to say wasted). This all including poor interior doesn’t build a good atmosphere here. Come here only if you want to drink good IPAs that are hard to find in Prague. But for me, even if this bar remains the only, which has IPAs on tap, this bar is no more to visit...
THIS BAR ALLOWS SMOKING INDOORS! I wanted to make that clear since no one has mentioned it yet in their review. Zubaty Pes is located nowhere near the city center in an area that is completely dead at night. 16 taps consisting of about half Czech craft and half from other European breweries with an emphasis on BrewDog and Nøgne Ø. Prices were a bit high especially for the imports. Bottle selection was mostly Belgians with some more BrewDog and Nøgne Ø. The ground floor is pretty small with seating along the bar and only a couple tables. More tables upstairs and downstairs though downstairs is very glum. The bar area was about half full on a Saturday night with several patrons chain smoking, which really killed the experience for me. I just can’t recommend a beer bar that allows smoking.