With its origins in the 1800s, this historic microbrewery has lived through several different incarnations and today produces half a dozen boutique beers, including the chili-laden Garden of Eden, as well as serving several hand-picked brews from boutique breweries across Europe. Attracting a casual, young crowd of drinkers, the pub underneath the brewery is reminiscent of a Czech drinking hall, with long, wooden tables, vaulted ceilings, and noisy acoustics. You can glug beer from monstrously huge three-liter jugs but be warned—there is virtually no food available to soak up the alcohol.