The brewery and restaurant U Tří růží in Prague is situated in the historical center on Husova street close to the famous Charles Bridge and Old Town Square. Right after your entering the feeling of the unique atmosphere of an Old-Prague brewery will overcome you. The feeling is intensified by wall-paintings by artists Jiří Bernard and Pavel Jakl who drew and painted pictures about the history of brewing in the Czech lands as the rich history of the house (the brewery U Tří růží).
You may notice brew-houses on the ground floor where under the leadership of our experienced brew master Robert Maňák you have the chnace to try 6 different beers. The combination of our best method standards, highest quality ingredients and the traditional craftsmanship of brewing in Czech lands allowed the brewery U Tří růží to gain the status of a monastic brewery of the Dominican Order which is located not far from the building. Thanks to this we have picked up the threads of a very old brewing tradition which began in the 15th century.
The house itself has a very interesting history. In the year 1405 an important brew master Beneš gained for the house the right to brew beer and started one of the oldest chapters of brewing in the Czech lands. In later history we can find that Václav Matěj Kramerius moved his publishing house Česká Expedice here and remained till the year 1804. You may notice a plaque in the house's frontage.
Apart from beer we would love to offer on this memorable spot some of our specialties from the Czech cuisine which are cooked under the leadership of our chef Martin Procházka, who came here from hotel Arcon which has just recently gained a Michelin Star. In our menu which he prepared for our restaurant you will find numerous specialties best to go with beer our special season and daily menus.
New beer on tap !!
Amber lager of the American type with dominating taste of hop. Will ideally add dishes on a grill.
Gr. 14%, alc. 5.4%.
We have new Christmas beer on tap, which was blessed by a Dominican monk from the neighboring church of St.. Giles
Bottom-fermented semi-dark beer with bitter taste and characteristic aroma We kept traditional Christmas recipe. The beer was brewed by using four kinds of malt and two kinds of Czech hops.
Gr. 16,5%, alc. 6,4%.
On every Advent weekend we prepared advent surprise in the form of homemade sweet treats. Chef Martin Procházka preparde for you this weekend homemade buttermilk biscuits.
Stop by to visit with us in these cold days with a cup of delicious hot wine with buttered biscuits and enjoy the Christmas atmosphere in our restaurant and brewery.