U Supa Brewery is the oldest brewery with a pub in Prague, which dates all the way back to the 15th century. It is located in the oldest and busiest street of Old Town around the middle of Royal Road, which houses the Charles University.
This brewery and malt house is now renowned Old Town brewery U Supa with unique brewhouse.
Brewhouse, the main part of the entire device is made of glass and allows guests to watch the brewing process. This unique device can not be find anywhere else in the Czech Republic and in Europe only at 4 locations including Pivovar U Supa.
Brewmaster of Brewery U Supa became Ivan Chramosil, who owns the title of emeritus brewmaster.
Ivan Chramosil is in the Czech brewing a true legend. Before his study of High School of Food Technology in Prague Podskalská street he was studying brewing in Staropramen Brewery in Smíchov, where he starts his carrer after military base camp. When he was 25 years old he received an offer to become a brewmaster in brewery u Fleků, where he worked for 44 years.
The brewery It is located on the ground floor and basement of the building, which was formerly called the House at the Vulture, House for Kindle or House of the Golden Vulture. The restaurant is decorated with late gothic renaissance vaults, which gives it a rustic look. Back in 1804 there was a factory for jewelry and in 1861 the world-famous goldsmith and printer Mercy Gindl operated outside the brewery.