Wrocław already had a winning case for the title of 'Beer Capital' of Poland, and then these guys came along and closed the argument. Opened in 2014, The Hundred Bridges Brewery has Wrocław's rich brewing tradition at the heart of what they do. Though outposted well outside the centre, if you know your hops you'll be happy to make the trip to this riverside brewpub, aptly positioned near Warszawski Bridge. Their mezzanine-level bar puts you directly over the action taking place in the ground floor production plant; work your way through their ten taps - including their own Salamander AIPA and the idiosyncratic Nigredo Chocolate Mint Foreign Extra Stout, munch on beer snacks, or tuck into hefty entrees like rump steak with fried iceburg lettuce and hoppy custard - each of which comes with a recommendation for which beer will wash it down best. Though you'll find their Salamander and WRCLW beer brands all around town, here you can see exactly how they're produced during their free brewery tours (Tues at 18:00, Sat at 16:00, Polish only; English-language tours must be arranged in advance). There's also a bakery and concept shop on-site so you can stock your hotel mini-fridge with craft goodness, as well as pick up pastries, pretzels and other products they make on-site. Worth the trip, to get there catch tram 6 or 11, getting off at 'Most Warszawski' (journey time 25-30mins); or just pony up for the cab/Uber fare.