Experience a 100 minute beer tasting in our historical Prague palace from the 12th century, discover the best local artisan beer and enjoy a variety of traditional Czech beer delicacies.

Relax in our beer venue and Enjoy great beers paired with local savory specialities.

– taste11 samplers of local craft beer( all together cca 2.5 pints )

– try our traditional beer delicacies and apetizers

– see the presentation of the fundamental aspects of brewing and related history

– explore the underground of the 2nd oldest building in Prague

– understand our brewing process step by step

– learn the history of beer dated back to neolithic times

Free yourself from big beer brand slavery.

Taste and understand a wide variety of truly remarkable Czech Beers.

Whether you like it high on hops or malt, foamy, creamy, flavoured with cherry, light or dark- simply put: not all beers are created equal, we’ve got the very best from across Bohemia, and we serve them up to you together with typical savory beer delicacies.

Send your tastebuds on the ultimate craft beer road trip.

Do you know the difference between ales and lagers or stouts and porters? We will explain to you the deffinition of commercial and craft beers, how beer is brewed and how to taste beer. Your guide will shed light on czech brewing traditions that create such a wide and rich variety of our national drink!

Very special beers deserve a very special venue, Bohemian Craft Beer Tasting takes place in a Palace!

The House of Lords of Kunstat and Podebrady is one of the oldest buildings in Prague. Of Romanesque origins,and dating from around 1180, our venue, the palace U kunstatu, is located on a hidden cul-de-sac in the oldest part of the Old Town.

When : upon reservation

Where : The tasting takes its place and tickets are available in the palace and craft beer club U Kunstatu,

Retezova street no 3, Old Town, Prague, just a few minutes walk from the famous astronomical clock.

How much : 800czk (31 Euro) per person


Tel: +420 601 353 776

Address: Retezova 3, 110 00, Prague