“When it comes to Czech beer there is nobody more knowledgeable than Evan Rail, which made developing this tour together with him such a thrill”, says Kenny Dunn, Managing Director of Eating Europe Tours, the parent company of Eating Prague.
“He was hands on from the very beginning and his expertise has been invaluable in choosing the route, beers to sample, and vendors to feature on our tour”.
“Prague is one of the greatest cities in the world for beer lovers,” said Evan Rail, a long-term resident of Prague and regular contributor to The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Beer Advocate magazine, among other publications. “I had a blast working with Eating Prague to create a tour that shows off some of the best beer, food and pubs in the Czech capital today.”
Eating Prague’s first beer tour, “Brews and Views”, will take guests from the greenery of Letná Park’s beer garden to Pípa, a stylish new pub and bottle shop which features some 160 beers in bottles. Beer lovers will sample everything from the country’s most common variety, Gambrinus to heavier dark lagers, the famous pilsner and craft beers while learning about the more than 1000-year old history of Czech beer. The samples will be paired with both local and international snacks that bring out the unique characteristics of each brew. The tour is a feast for all senses with stunning views across the city of 100 spires and plenty of cultural and culinary information about the neighbourhoods the tour winds through.
Tours run Tuesday to Saturday, 2.30pm to 6pm, €65 adults only.