The Czech Republic and its capital city of Prague are proudly referred to as the HOME OF BEER!
The tradition of brewing is connected with the history of Czech/Slavic tribes since the 7th century, when Pagans used to plant hops and malt and brew the very earliest beer, and then the 1st Christian Kings, the Premises and St. Wenceslas (also known as Good King Wenceslas) gave brewers special privileges, and he himself even helped plant hops and malt, which is how the brewery tradition started. Before the industrial revolution, there were plenty of Micro Breweries all over Prague, but then most of the smaller breweries (around 1900) started to be bought up by several fast-growing breweries such as Pilsner Urquell, Gambrinus, Budvar etc… Only a few them historical microbreweries survived, and we are happy to take you to all of them.
You will be picked up by a guide who will take you to New Town Brewery where you get 30minutes tour of the restaurant and brewery and its factory, then you get to taste three different types of Novomestsky Beer and plates with Czech Traditional pickled specialities with bread.
Price: 750 CZK/30 EUR per person/minimum of 6 people
You will be picked up by a guide who will take you to U Fleku Brewery established in 1499 where you get 1-hour brewery tour with the certified Brewer as well as a tour of the restaurant, during the tour you will taste the local original U Fleku Beer. Traditional Czech 3 course meal is provided in the restaurant (Potato soup, choice from 3 main courses: 1. Marinated beef tender, Bread dumplings 2. Roast pork sauerkraut, potato dumplings, 3 Goulashes, Fleku with bread dumplings, Apple strudel and a large beer.
Price: 1050 CZK/42 EUR per person/minimum of 10 people
2 – 4 hours