History, history, history. This brewery is located in a monastery that dates all the way back to the 12th century. Restored to full functionality in 2000, Strahov Brewery has been crafting unique beers for hundreds of years. It's a bit of a hike up, but the stunning views of the entire city along the way are worth it.
Serving three hand-crafted St. Norbert beers year round as well as seven seasonal brews, the brewery also serves traditional Czech cuisine and pub snacks. Try one of their specialty seasonal options, or get a 3L pitcher of St. Norbert IPA and share with your travel buddies. The open interior includes massive copper-tinted fermentation tanks (they're actually quite nice to look at, we promise) as well as a traditional beer hall for a classic Czech experience.
When the weather is nice, enjoy your drinks outside in the courtyard. A short walk from Prague Castle, Strahov is a great place to learn more about the history of Prague's famous beer, sipping your way through a tour of the brewery. If you're feeling adventurous, have a few drinks and try to make it through the nearby shrubbery maze!