Pubs on 6 Tram Line
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Coffee shop near the Stromovka park. Beers include Únětické 10° and a couple of beers from Břevnovský. Named after dog that was the first animal to orbit the earth in 1957.
Modern pub with.mostly Czech beer but also a few quality foreign beers. Sandwichs and snacks are available.
Tap room for Ferdinand beers
Pub serving mostly lagers from small Czech breweries. Cold pub snacks available (e.g., cheese and sausages)
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
Small, bare bones Pilsner Urquell pub. Said by some locals to have the freshest Urquell in town.
Old school video games and pinball and some decent beer. Únětice 10° & 12º plus Pilsner Urquell and a rotating tap.
Coffee shop and coffee roaster that has a tap or two dedicated to small Czech breweries.
A Bernard pub with good food.
Tankova Urquell pub. The food is reported to be very good.
New cellar bar by the Falkon brewery. Next door to Nota Bena.
Gourmet butcher shop with Albrecht Ležák 12° from Pivovar Frýdlant on tap. Across the street from the original (now closed) Prague Beer Museum.
Very good restaurant with 6 taps. Reportedly now brewing their own beers.
Restaurant with Czech and Belgian beers on tap. Large bottle list as well.
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
Brewpub on a boat at the Štefánikův most (Štefanik Bridge)
Opened 1998, one of the older brewpubs in Prague.
American themed pub with Czech beers. Tasters available.
Main bar 11 taps, basement bar 17 taps.
Restaurant on the top of the Kotva shopping mall. Good views on the terrace when the weather is nice.
Classic Prague beerhall now a bit of a tourist trap. Still listed because of its historical significance (brewing since 1499) and sentimental value. Beware if they offer you a schnapps when you sit down -- it is not free (quite expensive, actually).
Restaurant with mostly Primator beers.
Locals pub serving Svijany beers, include one tankovna.
Classic pub, unchanged in 30+ years. Only two beers on tap so not a beer destination.
Same owners as U Vodoucha and U Slovanske Lipy and pretty much identical layout of the pub. More taps, though.
Three different bars in one building, each with different taps. Attached bottle shop.
Taps half Czech, half quality imports. Pub is basically unmarked from the outside, a small sign in one of the windows. Worth finding, though.