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Orders are accepted from 09:00 to 16:00 Mon-Fri. Pick up from 11:00 to 18:00 Mon-Fri.
Orders of more than 2 kegs no later than 11:00 on the day of collection/delivery.
All of our barrels have a flat dispensing system, the so-called "iron" (flach, A-system).
Brewmaster Jiří Fišer has been making beer at Vinohradský Pivovar since its launch in the autumn of 2014. Fiser, a brewery graduate of the famed Secondary School of Food Technology in Prague, became chief brewmaster in 2016.
He also worked at Dalešice Brewery, Bulovka Pivovar, Jihoměstský pivovar and Krkonošský Medvěd in Vrchlabí.
The brewery was founded in 1893 as Měšťanský Pivovar when the Vinohrady neighborhood was not yet part of Prague. At the end of the 19th century city blocks replaced farmland and Vinohrady became one of the largest Czech towns. The original brewery was a contemporary, industrial-style building with a large adjoining garden and its own malt production able to house 600 railway cars of barley. The brewery produced its first beer at the end of 1894 and went on to make classic Czech beers including Velkopražská 12 and a black lager famous for its health benefits.
During the 1920s, film studios took up locations nearby, making the brewery’s garden a lively place. The glory years were short, however, as production was halted during World War II. Following the war the Czech government nationalized the brewery with production returning under new ownership in 2014. During those dormant years, however, the brewing connection remained as the country’s Brewery and Malt Research Institute operated out of the location.
Kettle view from the pub
Vinohradská 11 (alcohol content 4,5%) is an unpasteurized and unfiltered standard Pilsner style beer with rich hoppy flavour of Žatecký poloraný červěňák (Saaz) and Premiant. It is characterized by a full body and golden colour.. We use Pilsner and Bavarian malt made by the traditional methods, i.e. barley is dried on malt house floors.
Vinohradská 12 (alcohol content 4,2%) is traditionally brewed premium lager. We used Žatecký poloraný červěňák (Saaz) and Sládek hops, which give the beer light aroma and balanced bitterness.
Jantarová 13 (alcohol content 4,9%) is a special copper-coloured, amber beer with a full body and a hint of caramel. The colour and caramel taste is gained by adding a bit of roasted malted barley. The combination of Žatecký poloraný červeňák (Saaz) and Premiant hops gives the Jantarová 13 a unique taste and have made it popular abroad, especially in Scandinavia.
Liberator APA (alcohol content 4,5%) is a light, top fermented beer. We got inspired by the US Consolidated B-24 Liberator bomber and created this beer with 24 IBU’s. This lower bitterness goes well with it's aroma of Centennial and Mosaic hops. We also used Pilsen, Munich and caramel malt. Liberator APA is a session ALE, has a taste and scent of pineapple, mango and tangerine.
Western Approaches IPL (alcohol content 5,1%) is a light bottom fermented strong beer - India Pale Lager 13, which has the character of a classic lager as well as of an IPA. We made it as a lager and added American hops (Cascade and Loral), which turned out as a session beer with higher bitterness and a floral - citrus aroma.
Less Sugars More Fun Brut IPA (alcohol content 5,2%). Minimum sugar content, smooth saturation, light in color, strong hoppy aroma and lower biterness. That is what makes Less Sugars More Fun the right Brut IPA. It is refreshing and very easy to drink. We brewed it with New Zealand Nelson Sauvin hops as well as Simcoe and Cascade. It has a significant fruit aroma and nice gooseberry scent. The low amount of sugar is achieved by adding a special enzyme that splits non-fermentable sugars into simple, easily fermentable sugars. The beer is thus deeply fermented and gained its characteristic juicy acidity and a more pronounced aftertaste.
Hazy Galaxy Session IPA (alcohol content 4,9%) is a light, top-fermented beer. It excels with its juiciness and it is very easy to drink. We used Galaxy hops, one of the most popular Australian variety. These hops give it a fresh taste of tangerines, maracujá, peaches and mangos. We also used American Sabro hops, which give it the coconut part. Coconut Galaxy Hazy Session IPA has fresh, fruity colour and milky consistency, because we also added oat flakes and barely flakes. It has medium bitterness, lower zest and lower body.
Because kettles play a key role in the brewing process,Vinohradsky wanted to find one that could help reproduce traditional Central European brewing methods from the heyday in the early 20th century. The brewery’s kettle was produced in Ulm, Germany. Made of hammered copper, the 25-hectolitre kettle is a replica of a model from 1912 and is equipped with traditional direct gas heating.
The standard main fermentation process takes place in open vats and after a week the beer matures in horizontal lager tanks - again typical for Czech lagers.The tanks come from Pacov and Bolzano, Italy.
Welcome to the website of the restored Vinohradský pivovar (brewery), the only beer-maker in the neighborhood with its own local production and the desire to supply other Prague pubs with quality lagers and other varieties.
The brewery evolved from a long-time dream of a group of friends who wanted to make a distinctive Czech lager on their own. The result, a beer made from high quality Czech malt and hops, is a first class lager with unforgettable taste and its own personality. The beer is generally unfiltered and unpasteurized to capture the full flavour and freshness.
The restored part of the old brewery building consist of two parts. The cellars with traditional large arches and high ceilings serve as the area for the brewing, fermentation and maturation of several types of beer. We produce mainly the traditional unfiltered Czech type lagers made from only Czech malt and hops. But increasingly we are producing popular special beers like APAs and IPAs primarily with American hops.
The other part of the building houses a restaurant where visitors can taste the final brewing product and sample traditional Czech cuisine. A large space in the lower part of the building serves as a music and cultural hall for a wide range of performances.
We are a group of friends from school who had long dreamt about starting a brewery together. We achieved our dream after years of raising capital and searching for the right location, opening the doors when the craft beer scene was still in its infancy in Prague with just a handful of microbreweries catering mainly to tourists. Together with our employees we relish in a laid back but professional attitude to our customers.