Pub Review

U Medvídků

   
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One of the breweries with the most historic roots in Prague, U Medvídků is a traditional Czech mini-brewery, beer hall, and hotel, all located in the center of Prague.

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Brewing Oldgott, 1466, and the super strong X-33, U Medvídků has on tap some of the best Czech beers to be found in the heart of Prague.

When you enter U Medvídků, you can be a little confused about where to drink what- this is a huge complex, and you can’t drink Oldgott and their special beers everywhere. On the ground floor, you’ll find a small, one-room pub that serves Oldgott, 1466, and x33. Next to this is the much larger beer hall, which extends all the way to the back, and opens up to a nice summer garden. This beer hall only serves light (světlý ležák 12°) and dark (tmavý ležák 12°) Budweiser. If you go upstairs, you’ll find the brewery, which serves OldGott, 1466, and x33.

The menu, which is the same for all restaurants, consists of hearty, heavy, tasty Czech cuisine, that’s perfect to accompany any of their beers. While the beers are more expensive than your average Czech beer, (which they should be- they are clearly above average!) the food is very fairly priced, especially considering this being a brew house and in the center.

Visited by tons of tourists, Czech and local beer enthusiasts undoutably still pop in for some of their famous lager. Conveniently located on Na Perštýně street, take any transportation to Národní Třída.

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Beers on Tap

Beer name Strength Brewery Style
1466 14° U Medvídků Lager
Oldgott Barique 13° U Medvídků Lager
Budějovický Budvar Svetlý Ležák 12° Budvar Lager
These are some of the different beers that U Medvídků had on tap on our visit.

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