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Prague Beer Museum, Prague

46 Dlouhá
Czech Republic 11000
Tel: 420 774 771 085's insider take:

When the Prague Beer Museum opened in September 2010, it forever changed the landscape for beer bars in the Czech capital: While most taverns in Old Town serve just one kind of brew, generally from large-scale producers, the Prague Beer Museum offers an unrivaled total of 30 Czech microbrews, often ones that are otherwise impossible to find outside of their home regions. Daytime drinkers can be rewarded with a quiet, reflective pint in a cozy joint that feels like it's been here just about forever. At night, however, this place can easily turn into party central: dark, loud, and often filled to capacity with a surprisingly stylish and flat-bellied crowd of young professionals. Our pick: just about anything from cult producers Kocour, Matuška, and Pivovar Kout na Šumavě.—Evan Rail

Open daily noon to 3 am.

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