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August 30, 2011
London, United Kingdom
July 21, 2007
From journal The Pivo and Puppets of Prague
January 10, 2006
From journal Amazing Prague
by Krys T
Somerset, United Kingdom
November 1, 2005
Which it did! The beer is still fabulous too! We ate here for Thursday lunch - and though not full, it wasn't empty either. The whole place was just as I remembered it - and I followed my own mental note made then to sit in the front bar where you can see some of the brewing process, rather than in the slightly more impersonal back room. The staff were efficient and friendly enough, just as before.
We tried both the light and dark lager - the dark lager was the best beer we had throughout the trip. (.5l for 31,50 Czk). We also tried the sour cherry beer, the coffee beer, and my favourite - the beer champagne! Weird concept, but only 4% and quite light and floral - very yummy.
As for the food. Well, the kids shared "beer food" - a grilled sausage, some smoked ham, and some beer cheese. Hubby had the Venison Ragour (145Czk) and I had the Salat Neptun (95 Czk). We shared desserts - a yoghurt fruit concotion, and a crepe with (naturally) beer jam - a big hit with youngest.
It was all good - not TOO huge - and the whole bill came to 705,50 Czk - extremely good value. Definitely worth going out of the way for - and my favourite of the Prague breweries by far.
From journal Showing Prague to the family
Manchester, United Kingdom
September 16, 2005
In my opinion, this is the best microbrewery in Prague. The food is excellent, international and traditional Czech. There are about 10 or so different types of beer, including banana beer, bock beer, champagne beer, cherry beer, dark lager-type beer, light lager, coffee beer, and wheat beer. Try them all--I think we did.
From journal Beer in Prague
April 11, 2005
There's two sections to this place--the front bar, into which you enter, and a back room, which seems to have space when the front bar is full... but then you're a little out of the main atmosphere and away from all the brewing gear. So next time, I think I'd try and stay in the front bar.
From journal Prague to Perfection
New York, New York
July 1, 2001
The place was crowded when we arrived, although we were seemingly the only tourists there (a great sign for me!) We had to wait a few minutes before we were seated at a long table with some men who were just finishing up. After another few minutes, a table for two opened up, and my antisocial friend asked if we could be seated there - the staff were happy to oblige.
We immediately ordered beer, which was delicious and wonderfully chilled. We ordered typical Czech dishes - stroganoff and goulash - and everything was excellently prepared and tasty. The dishes may not sound too exciting, but they were far greater than anything we had anywhere else. It seemed we had found the best kept secret in Prague! Though the place may not be a secret anymore, it's definitely worth a visit!
From journal Off-season in Prague