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Reviews by AllThingsNinja:
4.6/5 rDev +3.6%
Pivovarsky Klub is a bit outside of tourist Prague, just past the Florenc metro stop/bus station in Karlin (Prague 8). It is easily Prague best bar for Beer geekery.
There are 6 taps, featuring a grand total of zero Czech grocery store beers. Yes, they are all sourced from small, potentially obscure brewries (Opat, Primator, Pivovarsky Dum, etc). The restaurant is owned by the team behind Pivovarsky Dum, and may bias the draft selection towards that brew-pub.
Unliek Pivovarsky Dum, the food menu is quite small. It's limited to a handful of excelent meals, and food to have with beer. As I understand it, Pivovarsky Klub was concieved as the opposite of the traditional czech pub which served 100 types of food, but only one beer. Fortunately, they do offer more than just one meal option. I enjoyed the pork with sauerkrat and spaetzel.
Pivovarsky Klub has more than 200 bottles, including an incredible assortment of Czech micros as well as a nice menu of German and Belgian favorites.
Pivovarsky Klub has an approximately 5 gallon, all copper brewring rig and does occaisonally make super-small batches of its own beer.
If I could visit only beerbar in Prague, Pivovarsky Klub would be that bar.
05-12-2008 18:38:33 | More by AllThingsNinja
More User Reviews:
4.5/5 rDev +1.4%
Second time here, and definitely a must stop in Prague. Food was great, and so was the service; my wife asks a lot of questions about food, and the waiter answered all of them and even offered better suggestions.
The beer on tap was great, in particular the Herold dark Lager. A must when in Prague.
06-08-2014 15:06:00 | More by alHiboux
4.53/5 rDev +2%
Reviewed from my notes of when I was in Prague. Nice bar, 6 taps of all great beer, with soooo many bottles I can't even tell how many. A bunch of different fridges lined with beers, hundreds of bottles perhaps, the top of the entire place is lined with empty bottles of various kinds, dried hops, almost like a bottle museum, and some brewing equipment in there, as well as books to read on beer, and more. The bartender was pretty well knowledged and friendly. I got the smoked ostrich which was really interesting and pretty tasty, the sourdough bread was awesome too.
11-24-2013 02:52:35 | More by jlindros
Pivovarský Klub in Praha, Czech Republic
96 out of 100 based on 25 ratings.