Klášterní Pivovar Strahov

Brewery in Prague Castle & Hradčany

Dominated by two polished copper brewing kettles, this convivial little pub in Strahov Monastery serves up two varieties of its St Norbert beer – tmavý (dark), a rich, tarry brew with a creamy head; and polotmavý (amber), a full-bodied, hoppy lager – plus a few seasonal specials. The slightly pricey mains often use the beer as an ingredient.

The modern microbrewery opened in 2000 on the site of a monastic brewery that was in operation from 1628 to 1907.