Pivovarský dům in Prague
The restaurant “Pivovarský dům” (Brewery House) is situated on the ground floor of the building, which bears the same name and has a long brewing tradition - in 1937, it was built as the residence of the Research Institute of Brewing and Malting, whose seat still resides there.
Right at the entrance to the New Town brewery you are welcomed by a sophisticated yet traditional setting. The room is dominated by a polished tap, which offers six daily specials. The finishing touches are put on the interior by a collection of images from current and defunct Czech breweries. You can also see a collection of Czech beer glasses and a small museum of brewing machines. In the basement there is a space called Šalanda Brewery, where guests are offered a unique opportunity to diversify with fun music and singing. In addition to "Štěpán" light and dark classic Czech lager, you can also taste beer that you won’t find anywhere else in the area. These include, for example, wheat beer, coffee, cherry, nettle, banana or the special of the month according to the current offer. For example, you can taste "champagne beer" called Šamp and the beer aperitif Black Hill.