Beer has been brewed in our region since time immemorial. Already in prehistoric times, the people of the Únětice culture drank from bell-shaped cups that have survived to this day. The Únětice brewery was founded as early as 1710, as evidenced by the date carved into a stone pillar. In the steam century, the brewery flourished and the local beer became famous far and wide for its taste and quality. At one time, innkeepers even passed it off as genuine Pilsner. After the Second World War, however, his vats dried up for many years. Fortunately, the brewery was reborn in March 2010 and today, this honest beer from Únětice is popular again, not only in the dozens of restaurants and pubs nearby, but also in Prague. Take a trip to us, a brewery taproom with a cosy garden and spoiled beer, directly from the tank, await you.