Prague’s Náplavka (Rašínovo nábřeží) will host a beer tasting festival on Friday and Saturday, June 16 and 17.
Visitors will have the chance to taste dozens of varieties from 50 Czech micro and small breweries. A stage for musicians will also be set up on the waterfront.
Admission to the Pivo Na Naplavce festival and the accompanying cultural program will be free, but the condition for beer tasting will be the purchase of our 0.3L glass mug.
“We expect around 4,000 people this year,” said Jiří Sedláček, director of the festival.
“Visitors can look forwarded to 15 food stalls which will serve different food. There will be burger stalls, various grilled meat delicacies, Belgian fries, Balkan specialties, artisanal pizza, quality Czech sausages, French sausages, burgundy snails, cheese balls and, in addition, quality coffee,” added Sedláček.
The festival also includes a vote for the most popular mini-brewery.
- Friday – 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
- Saturday – 10:00 – 21:00
Support Prague Morning!
We are proud to provide our readers from around the world with independent, and unbiased news for free.
Our dedicated team supports the local community, foreign residents and visitors of all nationalities through our website, social media and newsletter.
We appreciate that not everyone can afford to pay for our services but if you are able to, we ask you to support Prague Morning by making a contribution – no matter how small 🙂 .
Subscribe for our daily news
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK!