Beer in Prague

Welcome to Prague…where the beer (‘pivo’ in Czech) is cheaper than water!

Pivovarský Dům:

Microbrewery and restaurant with special beers (i.e. cherry and nettle) and typical Czech dishes. Just around the corner from Miss Sophie’s!

Strahov Monastery:

Swoon over this ornate library and grab an excellent micro-brew after! Hop on tram #22 to get there!

Staropramen Brewery:

Visit the 2nd largest brewery in the Czech Republic and learn about history of brewing beer in Bohemia while satisfying your taste buds. Located just across the river.

U tří růží – Brewery and Restaurant:

In English, “The brewery At the Three Roses” with history dating back to 1406 by mister Beneš – brewing master.

U Zlatého Tygra (The Golden Tiger):

Enjoy an unpasteurized Pilsner Urquell, which connoisseurs consider to be among the best in the world and discover the true Czech pub where Bohumil Hrabel, one of the great writers of the 20th century, was a regular here until his death in 1997.

U Medvídků Brewery:

Traditional Czech beer hall with hearty local food and beer ice cream!

Prague Beer Museum:

Non-brewery affiliated pub with over 30 beers on tap at any one time and a menu of Czech bar snacks.



Home of the Giant Metronome, beer garden and a hillside overlooking the Vltava.

Riegrovy Sady:

Local favourite in warm weather for picnics or drinks in the popular beer garden.

Vyšehrad Beer Garden:

Hang with the locals over a Gambrinus or Pilsner and grilled goodies and 360 views of the city.