WiFi is available in the following pubs.
WiFi is available in the following pubs.
New Bad Flash pub in the Karlín district. Great for early drinking as they open at 8:30am on weekdays.
Únětice 10° and 12º plus 9 rotating taps. The pub moved in late 2017 (not far from the original location). The picture is of the old location.
Imports and Czech beers. Food is some good chicken wings and some meat and cheese plates
New pub opened March 2017. Walk thru the archway and the pub is at the back of the courtyard.
Restaurant in an old Monastary. They serve some beers from the brewery next door. Brewery is open 10-6 weekdays.
New pub from mid October 2015. Very good selection.
Modern pub with.mostly Czech beer but also a few quality foreign beers. Sandwichs and snacks are available.
Small pub with some decent beers including Únětický
Mexican themed pub and restaurant with rotating taps.
Czech beers on tap but Tuesday and Fridays you may find a barrel of Franconian Kellerbier on the counter. Snacks (Bratwurst, etc) available.
Tap room for Ferdinand beers
If you absolutely, positively have to have a draft Belgian beer while in Prague, this is the place. Food is snacks and a few sandwiches.
Tap room for the Hostomice brewery
Tiny pub near Vaclavske Namesti
Brewpub in an old monastary
Tankova Urquell pub. The food is reported to be very good.
Two house beers (contract brewed) and eight (good) guest beers.
Butcher/Sandwich shop with three rotating taps.
Gourmet butcher shop with Albrecht Ležák 12° from Pivovar Frýdlant on tap. Across the street from the original (now closed) Prague Beer Museum.
Restaurant upstairs with 6 taps. The Beerpoint Bar downstairs has guest beers (open from 5pm)
Prague's first brewpub. Can be full of tourist groups at times.
New pub specializing in Czech craft beer.
Mostly beers from Lobkowicz . Not really worth traveling to but worth a stop if you are in the area.
Beer store with taps for on site tasting, Czech as well as quality imports. In the basement of the Food Story Deli/Restaurant
Beers from small regional breweries.
In the shadow of the Žižkov TV Tower
Tiny pub with 4 taps from small breweries. From reports, Únětické 12º seems standard with the others rotating. Claims to use no CO2 (or N2) so hopefully all the beers are Key Kegs (or gravity barrels). You can order food from the Curry Palace restaurant next door.
Tap room for Aldersbacher beers, plus others.
Bottle shop with four rotating taps.
Cellar bar right at Jiřího z Poděbrad Metro. Name translates to "Beer Tavern of the Heretic"
Basement bar with 6 rotating taps from small Czech breweries. Typical Czech bar snacks available.
Food comes from the very good restaurant of the same name next door. Beer is served on ceramic coasters.
Formerly Pivovar U Valsů. Not sure if it is just a name change or change of ownership.
New brewpub. (though beers are currently contract brewed).
Brewpub in the Lužiny shopping mall.
New, larger location near the Charles Bridge but pretty much unchanged otherwise as to beer selection. Taster flights available.
Sister pub to the original Prague Beer Museum. Small (.15 l) tasters available.
Food after 5pm. English menu now available.
Main bar 11 taps, basement bar 17 taps.
a/k/a Beznoska Minipivovar. Restaurant with a brewery.
Restaurant on the top of the Kotva shopping mall. Good views on the terrace when the weather is nice.
The regular beer hall (opens 11am) has just Budvar and Budvar Dark. The "Pivni Bar" (opens 4pm) has in addition unfiltered Budvar and the Budvar 10º. Way in the back is a small brewery that brews some interesting stronger beers.
Beers are fairly standard but always something interesting.
Corner pub with good food and a good beer selection.
Same owners as U Vodoucha and U Slovanske Lipy and pretty much identical layout of the pub. More taps, though.
The name means "The Three Roses."
Same owners at U Slovanské Lípy with pretty much the same menu and beer list. If short of time, visit one or the other.
Three different bars in one building, each with different taps. Attached bottle shop.