This craft beer drinkery is located in a townhouse with long beer-brewing and -drinking traditions: sneak down to the basement and you'll find a 500-year-old tunnel connecting the house, where beer used to be made, to the cellar of the Town Hall, which used to function as a tavern (all the way to 2017, in fact). Back on the ground floor you'll find twelve taps with four mainstay beers: Czarny Kur black lager from local brewery Widawa, Czech pilsner from Vinohradský Pivovar, Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier, and a lambic from Lindemans, plus a rotation of nine other craft brews from Poland and abroad. And if all that drinking makes you hungry, there's also a respectable menu of cheese and meat boards, salads, burgers, and steaks.
Open 16:00-24:00. Fri 16:00-01:00, Sat 12:00-01:00, Sun 12:00-23:00.