On the lower part of Krymská, deeper into Vrsovice, you’ll find Galerie Piva, a one room shop and pub which focuses on Czech craft beer.
Catering to the local crowd which is a mix of thirsty and curious neighborhood residents plus expats, Galerie Piva offers a decent selection of Czech beer. Their fridges are stocked with bottles from Clock, Chroust, Matuška, Albrecht, and Permon, and a couple of other mediocre Czech breweries.
Newcomers to the Czech beer scene and lesser known regional microbreweries also get some shelf space, and are sometimes featured on one of the rotating taps. With no prejudice towards any style, it’s a good mix of lagers, ales, and what’s being brewed by some relatively decent Czech craft brewers. Their selection of international craft beers is, if existent, very small.
For those in need of some inspiration while shopping or just a quick pint, they’ve got 3 taps rotating brews from Czech breweries.
Galerie Piva has a dedicated clientele base of locals, who vary in age and gender. This one room shop can transform from a boisterous pub to kinder-cafe with cheery parents to a more of dog park in the blink of an eye. This is something that we adore about Galerie Piva; it’s a great example of how beer is a uniting force amongst different generations.
The interior is basic and very shop like, with two tables and crate chairs, which suffice for a quick pint or two.
Take trams 22, 13, or 4 to the tram stops Ruská (the closest) or Krymská.
|Primátor Kvasnicový Ležák 11°||11°||Primátor||Lager|
|Chroust Age of Mosaic||14°||Chroust||Ale|
|Raven Sky APA||12°||Raven||Ale|