Pub Review

Prague Beer Museum

   
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With 30 beers on tap, and located just off of Old Town Square on Dlouha Street, Prague Beer Museum is a conveniently located pub where you can try a large variety of Czech beer.

This is a modern, up-beat pub perfect for meeting good friends, or starting a fun evening out. The interior is cozy, with dark wooden tables. If you’d like to try a variety of beers, they offer flights, and sample sizes are available of everything on tap. Frequented by expats, tourists, and few Czechs, Prague Beer Museum has a diverse crowd. Prices are considerably higher than at other quality Czech pubs. For example, the cheapest beer is usually around 35 czk, and the most expensive around 70 czk. Here you’re paying for a convenient location.

Since we began visiting this pub a year ago, we noticed a few negative trends; the first, and most important, is that the taps are not well kept, and your beer doesn’t always taste fresh- which is quite infuriating if you pay a high price for what should be a top quality beer. If you pay 70 czk for a beer (the average price for a Kocour or Matuska), it should taste perfectly fresh; and sadly this isn’t the case at Prague Beer Museum. Service varies considerably- sometimes it’s friendly, but most of the time it’s poor and you’re often thirstily waiting for your next beer.

Prague Beer Museum has a limited menu of pub food- like burgers, chicken wings, but these are prepared around the corner at Fasty’s, an American/Italian fast food restaurant.

To get to Prague Beer Museum by metro, you can either get off at Staromestska Metro Station, and walk across Old Town Square to Dlouha Street, or take the yellow line to Namesti Republiky. By tram, take the 8, 14, 26 to Dlouha Trida.

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Beers on Tap

Beer name Strength Brewery Style
Pilsner Urquell 12° Pilsner Urquell Lager
Cerna Hora Kvasar 14° Černá Hora Lager
Klášter Světlý Ležák 11° Klášter Lager
Rychtář Natur 12° Rychtář Lager
Lobkowicz Premium 12° Lobkowicz Lager
Lobkowicz Démon 12° Lobkowicz Lager
Starokladenský Černý Havíř 13° Starokladno Lager
Bernard Černý Ležák 12° Bernard Lager
Bernard Světlý Ležák 11° 11° Bernard Lager
Svijanský Máz 11° Svijany Lager
Janáček Comenius 14° Janáček Lager
Rohozec Skalák Premium 12° Rohozec Lager
Žatec Baronka 12° Žatec Lager
Primátor Weizenbier 12° Primátor Lager
Ferdinand Světlý Ležák 11° 11° Ferdinand Lager
Novopacke Hemp Brouczech 12° Novopacké Pivovar Lager
Rampušák Světlý Ležák 12° Rampušák Lager
Záviš 12° Měšťanský Pivovar v Poličce Lager
These are some of the different beers that Prague Beer Museum had on tap on our visit.

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