Bypass the tepid pilsner often poured in the touristy center of Prague and take a seat at Pivovarský dům or Zlý časy, two pubs stocking brews not found anywhere else in the city. At Pivovarský dům, sample coffee or nettle-flavored brews, as well as Samp, a sparkling beer aged in wine for three months. At the divey Zlý časy, taste rotating Czech microbrews like Lipan Nefiltrovany, a golden pilsner brewed in the South Bohemian village of Dražice, and unfiltered Chotěboř 12° Kvasnicová, a crisp lager produced in the Žatec region west of Prague. Stop at the beer shop next door on your way out to stock up on obscure international bottles.
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