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Just a few steps from iconic Prague Castle, the Strahov Monastery Brewery is hidden in a beautiful and historic monastery founded in 1142. Master brewers have been crafting amazing beer here for more than 600 years, and we are proud to continue the tradition. Since the year 2000, we have been brewing Saint Norbert beer at the monastery, and opening the doors of our brewery restaurant and courtyard pavilion to beer lovers from around the world. We named our beer after the founder of the Premonstratensian Order, who have inhabited the Strahov Monastery since the beginning. We brew more than 25 delicious beers at our brewery, using the finest ingredients and brewing methods. And we haven’t forgotten…
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks
Bar, European, Czech, Central European
Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Dog Friendly
It's a brewery. The beer is great, the food is typical - no frills - Czech. Full plates , dumplings , gravy.
My husband and I were staying in the hotel Savoy nearby , for the first part of our visit. The plan was to...More
Great atmosphere and really the best kraft beer in town. The staff is polite, the kitchen is good and the brewery is a good choice for a short break during a walk around the neighborhood. The location is very convenient and accessible both on foot...More
This looked to be one of the main restaurants in the Strahov Monastery. It was close to the entrance by the road. It looked like the two buildings are for the same place but just different places, 1 for the brewery and the other for...More
Very rude staff - brews were nice but did not feel welcome. We sat at a table and the barman shouted at us. And then proceeded to verbally abuse us until we moved outside. We then had to wait 25 minutes for menus to arrive,...More
We ate here on our first night in Prague as was located close to our hotel. Very busy but we sat outside and was still warm as had good heaters. The food was rustic and to be honest very tasty! Located inside the monastery and...More
Brewery has artificial line having space inside making artificial feeling of limited space and some sink unusual
By the beard is a good enough but not too much choice in three or four of them only
Food is average
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