Brewery Dalešice was founded most probably in the late 16th century. The oldest parts of current complex of buildings are from the early Baroque period, it means from the 17th century (massive stone walls, types of arches and stone window jambs). It was a small brewery, where all activities were carried out manually, its production was basically designed for the needs of the nearby estates (Myslibořice, Rouchovany, Vladislav).
Under socialism, the brewery was nationalised - PIVOVARY A SLADOVNY Praha. 1991 – 1999 a source of building material and the target of vandals - decay. 1999 acquired by the current owners in an auction. The beginning of the 21st century - reconstruction - a brewery opened, a hotel with a restaurant and a museum.
The brewery became famous because of the film Postřižiny. The director Jiří Menzel shooted it there in 1980. The film is based on the novel by Bohumil Hrabal. One of the memorable, key scenes took part on the chimney there.
Before 1920 Courtyard Museum of brewing Delivery of beer by a brewing car