Pubs on 22 Tram Line
New joint venture between Zlý Časy and Kulový Blesk (who also brew under the the Bad Flash name). Food is bar snacks. Opened December 15, 2015. Cash only and no WiFi.
New bottle shop with six taps for onsite tasting.
Blah Blah Craft Beer & Coffee
Not to be confused with the nearby Blah Blah Bar which is mostly a cocktail bar. Tap list is dominated by Matuška.
Literary cafe with vegan and vegetarian food and a house beer from Strakonice and beers from Klostermann and Ferdinand.
There are actually two drinking places in the monastery courtyard. The original Šenk which is a restaurant and the new Sypka (Granary) which is more of a tap room with limited food selection (weekdays from 2pm, weekends from 10am)
Corner cocktail bar with three Herold beers on tap. Not well marked on the outside.
New pub with good tap list and an amazing bottle selection. Connected with U Kunštátů (which explains the bottles)
Small pub with some decent beers including Únětický
Bottle shop with three taps. All bottled beers can be consumed on site.
Small, bare bones Pilsner Urquell pub. Said by some locals to have the freshest Urquell in town.
Another beer and burger place around Náměstí Míru, this one with it's origins at burger stands at outdoor markets.
Coffee shop and coffee roaster that has a tap or two dedicated to small Czech breweries.
Brewpub in an old monastary
New location with fewer taps and no kitchen.
Newly opened pub (Apr 2019) from the folks behind PragueBeerGarden.com. Bottles to take away and also growler fills of the draft beers.
Newish pub specializing in Czech craft beer.
Originally listed as a taproom, they do have a small brewery on site. They claimed all the beers were brewed onsite. Connected to the Cistercian Monastery Osek
Beers from Chotěboř and small regional breweries,
Bottle shop with a few taps for drinking. It has moved about a block from it's previous location
Tap room of the Ferdinand brewery.
Tap room for Pivovar Trilobit
New brewpub from the people behind U Tří růží.
Opened 1998, one of the older brewpubs in Prague.
Sister pub to the original Prague Beer Museum. Small (.15 l) tasters available.
Tiny hole in the wall bakery with beer from the Clock brewery. Four taps and a huge bottle list. Soup and warm snacks also available, in addition to cake.
Burger restaurant with some interesting beers.
Restaurant and tap room for Pivovar Turnovská
Locals pub serving Pilsner Urquell and Kozel. Feels like it hasn't changed in 40 years.
Prague's smallest brewpub.
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
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.
Same owners as U Vodoucha and U Slovanske Lipy and pretty much identical layout of the pub. More taps, though.
New Nordic themed beer bar. Mostly Nordic beers but some local ones as well.
Restaurant with Staropramen tankovna beer.
Mexican restaurant with beers from Rychtář and Kamenická