Meet your guide and small group of 10 or fewer in central Prague, and then set off on your 3.5-hour evening walking tour.
Delve into the cobblestoned lanes around Old Town Square as your guide sheds light on the history and making of Czech beer from ancient times to the present day. In between walking and talking, visit three traditional pubs or microbreweries to sample the local beers on offer.
At one pub, enjoy a glass of Pilsner Urquell, the famous Czech beer that’s inspired many of the world’s ‘pils,’ and, then, as you hop between drinking spots, learn how to serve the perfect glass and about the distinctive flavors of different beers.
Next, take a tour of a local microbrewery based in a former convent building. Learn how the ingredients are processed, and afterward, savor the finished beer straight from the tank.
Finish your forays at one of Prague’s newest microbreweries. Taste two of the herb-infused craft brews alongside some tasty local tidbits such as spicy sausage and pickled cheese.
Your tour then ends here, leaving you free to continue at the microbrewery independently after your guide departs, or to walk back with them to the original starting point.