Pubs on 18 Tram Line
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Taproom for Matuška
Beer store with onsite drinking. Plans to have draft beer in the near future.
Restaurant serving 5 varieties of Budvar
Bakery and bar. Connected to Four Elements Brewery.
Locals pub serving Staropramen at Prague-Dejivce train station. Garden on one side and a terrance beside the tracks for train watching.
An American themed restaurant with a recommended house beer and eight other rotating taps. It is in the tourist part of Prague and priced accordingly. Not sure what beers are available in the morning.
Small, bare bones Pilsner Urquell pub. Said by some locals to have the freshest Urquell in town.
Rotating taps from the Krkonos region.
Technically a private club, they sell two week memberships for 20 Kč (about one US dollar). While mostly a place for spirits they do have three hand pumps with interesting beers.
Student pub near the Charles University botanical gardens. Beers are mostly from Kamenice.
Funky pub with an industrial vibe.
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
Recently expanded to 9 taps. Food is the usual bar snacks.
Food comes from the very good restaurant of the same name next door. Beer glasses are served on ceramic coasters.
New brewpub. Beers now brewed in house but they still have guest beers.
The former Pivoar U Dobřenských, reopened with new owners
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.
Claims to be Prague's smallest brewpub but it is unclear if they are still brewing.
Classic Prague beerhall now a bit of a tourist trap. Beware if they offer you a schnapps when you sit down -- it is not free (quite expensive, actually).
Locals pub near Prague Castle
Locals pub with beers with four taps from Bernard and three rotating taps.
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
Coffee shop with a couple of good taps.
Currently only one the three bars is open.