Brewing beer has to start with the malt. Malt is made in the malt house by germinating grain. After this procedure the grain is dried, scraped and the whole mixture is put into the mash tun/kettle.
U Tří růží
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 chance 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 Benešgained 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.
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.
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 menuwhich he prepared for our restaurant you will find numerousspecialties best to go with beerour special season and daily menus.
You can view our special Christmas menu below on our page.
Christmas opening hours:
Mon - 24.12. 11:00 - 22:00
Tue - 25.12. 11:00 - 22:00
Wed - 26.12. 11:00 - 23:00
We wish you a very nice first Advent Sunday and we also would like to invite you to our traditional Christmas Amber beer.
The brewery U Tří růží offerers pleasant time and environment which you may spend either with your friends, business partners or celebrations and private parties. Apart from splendid meals and beverages you may witness the birth of our beer and check our brew-houses, cellar and learn in detail how we brew our beer thanks to a expert commentary provided during your tour.
The restaurant is non-smokers but a possibility to book a smokers lounge exists.
Drop by and try our extraordinary beer, delicious food and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in the unique environment of history. History which goes back hundreds and hundreds of years.
Traditional Czech (Bohemian and Moravian) cuisine are prepared in our restaurant U Tří růží under the leadership of our skilled chef Martin Procházka.
Hotel Alcron was the former employer of Martin Prochazka where he had worked as assistant chef and significantly participated on the gaining of the Michelin Star which they received in 2012.
Lager (0,4l)56 Kč
Vienna Red (0,4l)56 Kč
Tmavý speciál (0,4l)56 Kč
Wheat IPA (0,4l)65 Kč
Monastic special №1 (0,3l)65 Kč
Non-alcoholic beer (0,3l)50 Kč
Apple cider (0,3l)80 Kč
In our brewery U Tří růží a wide variety of beers (top and bottom-fermented) are brewed by our experienced brewer Robert Maňák. In combination with modern technologies, traditional methods and high quality ingredients we guarantee you the best quality beer. A 10 hectoliter brew house made by Pacov Machine Works is placed directly on our ground floor of our restaurant and is supplied with fermentation tanks and lager tanks in our medieval dungeons. Our brewery products 1200-1500 hectoliters per year. Thanks to our offered tour provided with a expert commentary our guest get to see the production and brewing of our beer with their own eyes.
The kettle is the metaphorical heart of the brewery. In the first faze the malt is mixed with water at the temperature of 35 degrees Celsius and slowly heated.
A part of this solution (called mashout) is pumped over into the bottom part of the mash tun (an insulated brewing vessel with a false bottom) where the heating starts at a constant temperature of 63 to 73 degrees Celsius so the enzymes are deactivated.
Next the whole brew is pumped over into a "lauter tun" where the grains are separated from the sweet wort (called lautering). Then the sweet wort is pumped into another vessel where it is boiled for about an hour at the temperature of 100 degrees Celsius. After adding hops we get hop wort...
Which then travels into a heat exchanger, where it's cooled to a temprature when yeast can be added safly, (10 degrees) after that the hop wort is pumped into fermentation tanks.
Here the main fermenting process comes to order. Brewing yeast is added into opened tanks and it lets the beer ferment for 8-12 days at 7-10 degrees. Draft beers lie in the fermentation tanks for about 10 days, lager 12 days. The main part of alcohol is created during this process.
After that the beer goes into the cellar where in different fermentation tanks it ferments for another 40 days at 1 to 3 degrees.
Robert Maňák the brew master of the brewery U Tří růží was born in České Budějovice where he studied food processing and brewing. His career started in Prague in the monastic brewery Strahov where he met for the first time with real brewer practice and gained the opportunity to learn from the best from his craftsmanship. It didn't take long and his beer gained recognition of many satisfied beer drinkers. Robert has gained dozens of domestic awards in various contests.
Robert Maňak himself is a big lover of beer and his craftsmanship. He is proud of his own work and proclaims: „I brew beer only from the best ingredients and according to my own methods which are a part of my know-how. I am always enthusiastic and excited. The best reward for me is when people drink my beer and like it and want to return.“ In our brewery U Tří růží Robert Maňák made good use of his many-year experience. On a regular bases he is brewing three basic beers - lager, semi-dark lager and dark lager. These beers are replenished by beer specials which he knowing hot to brew more than 30 types Robert Maňák gives our guests the opportunity to try new beers during every visit in our brewery. New beers from around the whole world.
Kinds of beer
The offered beers are various. Top and bottom-fermented, brewed from the best domestic and foreign ingredients. They give you the opportunity to taste the various types of traditional beers and beer specials.
Bottom-fermented special dark beer with higher bitterness, chocolate tones and a taste after roasted malt. Gr. 16,5%, alc. 6.4%.
The bavarian type beer Dunkles prepared on the ancient recipe. Wheat special beer has low bitterness, distinctive dark color and malty flavor. Alc. 5,5%.
Traditional beer for an autumn season, bottom-fermented, with application of several grades of malt and two types of hop. Delicate pleasant taste contrasts with a hop slightly bitter taste. Alc 7,2%.
Special amber beer produced by the traditional method with the addition of smoked malt. Gr. 13,5%, alc. 5,1%.
Autumn Hop Lager
Traditional autumn bottom-fermented beer brewed from two kinds of malt and two kinds of hops. Fine pleasant taste with light hoppy kontrast. Gr.14%, alc.5.5%.
American style Weissbeer
Wheat beer, known in America as *Pub Wheat* was brewed using wheat and American malts and hops. The beer has a sweet and sour flavor with a delicate bitterness and a hint of citrus. The beer has a distinctive taste and is surprisingly refreshing. Gr. 13,5%, alc. 5,1%.
Address:Husova 10/232, 110 00 Praha 1
Tel:+420 601 588 281
Restaurant Manager:Petr Bláha
+420 722 923 576
Reservation supervizor:Nikola Zapletalová
+420 732 945 325
Owner:Energocapital – Praga, s.r.o.
Husova 10/232, 110 00 Praha 1