The historical regional brewery was built in Únětice in 1710. In 2011, the first batch of Únětice beer was brewed and the beer-opening ceremony launched the modern history of the brewery. Draught beer and lager is produced by means of original methods using only natural ingredients, without any additives whatsoever. To date, Únětice beer is on draught in dozens of businesses in the surrounding area, as well as in Prague.
- January – December
- Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
- 11.00 – 22.00
- Fri, Sat
- 11.00 – 23.00
- 11.00 – 21.00
In the spring of 2012, production was expanded and the renovated brewery bar opened offering traditional old Czech cuisine and beer directly from the tank.
Beers on offer: Únětické pivo 10°, Únětické pivo 12°, Únětický speciál
Throughout this period, the brewery was owned by the Metropolitan Chapter of St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague. In 1897, Únětice brewery was the third largest in the region, however, the 20th century was not kind to the brewery – the growing pressure of competition caused problems which were exacerbated by its location away from city industry. In March 1949 production finally closed down. For a short time afterwards it functioned as part of the Smíchov brewery, but in 1951 Únětice brewing tradition was put on hold for years to come and the buildings served as a warehouse. Beer brewing began here again as late as 2011 thanks to the Tkadlec family who rebuilt the brewery.