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Beer baths have been one of the most popular types of baths since the Middle Ages.

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  • We take care of your body from the outside and the inside in a unique way

  • For the duration of the event, guests can tap their own beer as they wish

  • We guarantee you 100% privacy during the entire procedure

About beer spa

Beer baths have been one of the most popular types of baths since the Middle Ages. This is a very old and unique spa therapy that uses natural ingredients in the form of hops, yeast and other natural substances, which are used not only in the production of beer and in the form of baths in beer baths have a beneficial effect on your body.

No barley is used in the beer bath, so there is no need to worry about negative allergic reactions. The beer spa treatment includes unlimited consumption of unpasteurised Bernard® beer. This combination will give energy and health to your whole body.

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About beer Bernard

The beer we use is made from the highest quality Czech hop variety. In earlier times we could find labels or posters with the inscription "Beer makes nice bodies" in many pubs. The meaning of this saying is true and we will be happy to convince you of it. Beer is the basis of beer baths in beer spas.

Barley malt - the basic raw material for the production of quality Bernard beer. The production process of malt for the Prague Bernard Beer Spa is as follows. Quality barley is brought to the malting plant, the grain is then cleaned and sorted to ensure that the best barley is used for the production of beer. The grain is stored and then steeped in a steeping vat. For a good beer, the barley must be allowed to germinate slightly and once germinated it is ready for the brewing process. The barley thus treated - i.e. actually already malted - is stored again and is ready for dispatch.

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Beer Spa Bernard

Relaxation treatments in the Bernard Prague Beer Spa are divided into several parts, the first of which is a bath in a beer bath in the original large bathtub designed for 2 people, combined with UNLIMITED consumption of Bernard beer and the second part is relaxing - relaxing. Both parts together last about 1 hour. When combining the beer treatment with a massage.

Beer baths have been a proven therapeutic procedure since the Middle Ages. It is necessary to observe the correct temperature of the bath, the duration of the bath and the correct dosage of ingredients. The baths take place in special baths designed for beer baths and therefore beneficial to the human body. Beer bath cleanses and purifies the body through the pores of the skin.

In order to keep the feeling of "rebirth" as long as possible, do not take a shower before twelve hours. If you don't suffer from skin diseases, just repeat the procedure in a month. If you suffer from skin diseases, you can repeat the procedure more often.


Beer Bath 1-2 people (1 bath) 2790 CZK
Beer Bath 2 people (2 baths) 3690 CZK
Beer Bath 3-4 people (2 baths) 5290 CZK
Beer Bath 3-4 people (3 baths) 6990 CZK
Beer Bath 5-6 people (3 baths) 7990 CZK
Beer Bath 1-2 people (1 bath) + massage 2x20 min. 3990 CZK
Beer Bath 2 people (2 baths) + massage 2x20 min. 4890 CZK
Beer Bath 1-2 people (1 bath) + massage 2x60 min. 5990 CZK
Beer Bath 1-2 people (2 baths) + massage 2x60 min. 6890 CZK
Beer Bath 3-4 people (2 baths) + massage 4x20 min. 7690 CZK
Beer Bath 3-4 people (3 baths) + massage 4x20 min. 9390 CZK
Beer Bath 5-6 people (3 baths) + massage 6x20 min. 11590 CZK

Bernard is produced from the finest varieties of Czech hops

  1. The basis is high-quality malt, produced using traditional production methods, in our own humn malthouse in Rajhrad near Brno.

  2. The basis of the beer is water, water from springs is used for the production of Bernard beer, which has ideal properties.

  3. Bernard brewery creates its own yeast for production.

  4. The two-mash beer production process in the brewery is also traditional.

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How about massages?

If you also book massages in extended treatments, then each participant has a 20/60 minute massage from a certified masseur/masseuse. We do not provide erotic massages!

I have a gluten-free diet, can I still enjoy the spa without restrictions?

Yes, you can. For customers with a gluten-free diet, we will provide an unlimited number of free bottles of Bernard 12° gluten-free beers.

What is the temperature of the bath?

Beer baths are 36 °C. However, you can regulate the temperature yourself during the treatment. 

Can I choose a masseur?

It is not possible to choose a gender or a specific masseur. But we assure you that all our masseurs have many years of experience and hold one or more certificates to provide professional massage services.

Will there be anyone else in the room during the procedure?

We pride ourselves on 100% privacy and therefore each room is completely private. The attendant is only present at the beginning of the treatment to give any information regarding the treatment. She will only come during the treatment if you call her by ringing the room bell. 

How long does the procedure take?

It depends on the type of procedure you choose. The basic one lasts 60 minutes. 

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History of beer baths

Spa as such appeared 4 thousand years ago in India. The ancient Chinese and Egyptians also knew about the beneficial effects of spa on the human body. The history of beer production dates back to the 7th millennium BC, when beer was discovered, probably by mistake, by the ancient Sumerians. They mistook the grain they were growing and the principle of fermentation was invented.

The connection between beer and baths is officially known from the Middle Ages, when the knowledge of the beneficial effects of bathing in beer was established from the sources. The preventive effects of beer baths and beer baths had already been discovered at this time.


History of
beer and malt production

The history of beer production dates back to the 7th millennium BC, when beer was discovered, somewhat accidentally, by the ancient Sumerians. It was the method of making beer that began in the poor storage of the grain they grew. The grain was stored in earthenware vessels into which water was poured, and thus the principle of fermentation was discovered.

The production process has remained unchanged for centuries - everything starts with the milling of malt and the subsequent brewing of beer. The wort is then cooled and propagated yeast is used, followed by the main fermentation. This semi-finished beer is placed in beer tanks where the beer lies and matures. After the beer has lain and matured, it undergoes flint and microbiological filtration. This is where all beer lovers rejoice, as after these procedures the beer is bottled and shipped.