Visit two of the oldest Monastic breweries in Prague on this private 4-hour walking tour guided by a historian. See Břevnov Monastery and Strahov Monastery's churches and grounds and enjoy an inside tour of Strahov Monastery Brewery.
See Břevnov Monastery and Strahov Monastery's churches and grounds on this half-day walking tour with a historian guide and also enjoy an inside tour of Strahov Monastery Brewery. Visit Břevnovský Klášterní Pivovar, a Monastery Brewery of the Black Monks and the oldest male monastery in Bohemia, founded back in 993.
Taste the beers, see and learn how beer is made, all in the restored Baroque spaces of the old stables. Enjoy either “beer tea” at the brewery or lunch/dinner at Klášterní Šenk, which not only serves Benediktin, the “house” beers as well as great food.
See also Strahov Monastery of The Royal Canonry of Premonstratensians next, one of the oldest of this order in the world, founded in 1143. First documentation of beer brewing comes from the beginning of the 14th century. Just beyond Strahov, located on the hill over the Prague Castle, are breath-taking views of the city. The Baroque Strahov Library contains book collections numbering approximately 200,000 volumes (entrance at own expense).