Robert Doms, an aristocratic young Swiss man, brought his brewing talent to Lviv Brewery in the 1850s. Every morning a young Lvivian maiden named Zosia would bring Robert a five litre tankard of the previous day’s brew, which he would guzzle (a crude but effective means of quality control). With the help of his extremely thick beer-goggles, Robert soon fell in love and married Zosia. The pub, located in one of Lviv Brewery’s cellars (a 15 minute walk from centre) is a fitting tribute to Rob’s contribution to Lviv’s beer industry and to his and Zosia's touching romantic tale. The energy here is unmatched in Lviv and live music echoes through the cellar's halls nightly. With hearty Ukrainian meals served for up to six, the fantastic menu encourages a communal dining experience. Who knows, guzzle enough fresh brew and you too might hook-up with your own Zosia.