Pubs on 18 Tram Line
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Restaurant serving 5 varieties of Budvar
No actually brewery, an American themed restaurant with a recommended house beer and eight other rotating taps. The front section opens at 7am for breakfast and there are two taps in front so in theory you could get a very early beer.
Small, bare bones Pilsner Urquell pub. Said by some locals to have the freshest Urquell in town.
Rotating taps from the Krkonos region.
Student pub near the Charles University botanical gardens.
Drinks store with two taps, mostly to go but they have glasses if you want to drink standing up in the store. Connected to Pivni Jistota
Restaurant with Czech and Belgian beers on tap. Large bottle list as well.
Recently expanded to 9 taps. Food is the usual bar snacks.
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. Beers are currently contract brewed but the brewery is in the process of being installed as of May 2018.
Chosen by the RateBeer community as the best new Czech brewery in 2016.
New brewpub from the people behind U Tří růží.
New, larger location near the Charles Bridge but pretty much unchanged otherwise as to beer selection. Taster flights available.
Upscale bar in the very posh Augustine Hotel. Main reason to visit is 14° Svatotomášský Ležák, brewed by Martin Matuška
Prague's smallest brewpub.
Restaurant with mostly Primator beers.
Known for its great selection of bottled Czech beer. Daily beer tasting at 6pm.
The regular beer hall has just Budvar and Budvar Dark. Way in the back is a small brewery that brews some interesting stronger beers. Next door is the Pivni Bar which has an additional few Budvar specialities but doesn't open until 4pm.
Classic pub, unchanged in 30+ years. Only two beers on tap so not a beer destination.
The name means "The Three Roses."
Classic Pilsener Urquell pub
Three different bars in one building, each with different taps. Attached bottle shop.