Very close to Prague Castle is the Strahov Monastery Brewery, where beer has been brewed since the 13th century.
In cellars from the 13th century, a model of a brewery is used to show how malt is produced and hops are processed.
The U Medvidku brewery with an incorporated restaurant is one of the oldest and largest beer houses in Prague.
The mini-brewery always taps at least 8 types of beer, from light to dark to wheat beer and beers with special flavors.
Founded in 1499, U Fleků is one of the oldest breweries in Prague. The historical clock on the facade is a landmark.
The history of this brewery, which is one of the oldest in the country, began as early as 1405.
Craft House Prague is a modern multi-tap beer pub in Prague's New Town.
Břevnov Brewery is the oldest brewery in the whole of the Czech Republic.
This cozy pub is unique, as it is the only pub in the country where beer flows only by its own gradient.
Not far from the Old Town Square, near Charles Street, lies U Zlatého Tygra.