Prague Beer and Baroque: 4-Hour Highbrow Brew Tour
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- Learn about the thousand-year-old history of monastic brewing
- Taste famous, historic brews
- Explore fine examples of Czech Baroque architecture
On this 4-hour tour you’ll visit Břevnovský Klášterní Pivovar, the oldest male monastery in Bohemia, founded in 993. The monastery’s church of St. Margaret, built from 1708 to 1735, is one of the best architectural examples of the Czech Baroque.
Taste the beers made at the monastery brewery of the Black Monks, and see and learn how they are made, in the restored Baroque stables. The program can include either a beer tea at the brewery or lunch/dinner at the stylish Klášterní Šenk that not only serves the house beers, but also offers up great food.
Also on the itinerary is a tour of the Strahov Monastery of the Royal Canonry of Premonstratensians, one of the oldest of this order. The brewery and restaurant are located where the New Brewery was built in 1628, and operated until 1907.
After a glass of St. Norbert’s micro-brew, you’ll venture out just beyond the walls of Strahov, and from this hill overlooking Prague Castl you’ll have breathtaking views of the city.
- Admission to Břevnov Monastery and Strahov Monastery's churches and grounds
- Beers and appetizers at the Břevnov Monastery Brewery Restaurant
- Small beers at Strahov Brewery (60 Kč per beer)
- Guided tour of Břevnov Monastery Brewery (100 Kč per person)
- Admission to the Strahov Monastery Library (CZK 80.00 per person)
- Appetizers and additional beers at the Strahov Brewery Restaurant
Meet at the door of Café Klarov in front of the Malostranska tram stop. With your guide you'll take the tram for the 15-minute ride to Břevnov Monastery and Brewery, your first stop on this Beer and Baroque experience.
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