We’ve been there at around 9 o’clock. a bit too early i think. there are lots of local, german, belgian and other beers. A nice treat is the take away option where you can increase the value for money option significantly. they don’t have deserts though. all in all a cool surrounding with a big selection.
On a Saturday night the music is insanely loud and it is very busy. Also very understaffed, who have no clear identification so it’s hard to work out who is actually staff. Beer selection is good and extra points for being able to buy to take away. I liked the look of the place, although the smoking inside is a big minus.
MatW (19) Soham, Ely, England | September 16, 2015
Big barn of a room with a bar down one side. Quite industrial with the bar being made out of an old shipping container. One of the tables is a cable drum turned on it’s side, and the stools are made out of old beer crates screwed together, or cushion attached to the top of old kegs. The long tables and benches are made of polished scaffolding planks.
Food looked good and plentiful although I didn’t partake.
Good range of Greek Micros (65+) and beers from the rest of the world (160+).
I asked for several beers and they were all on. so maybe they’ve upped their game from a previous reviwers experience.
I liked it and went twice in the week I was in the city.
Good beer bar with a wide - but not extensive - selection of Greek craft beers, alongside some standard European and US bottles. Friendly staff, tasty food, reasonable prices. Definitely worth a visit.
There’s quite obviously pros and cons with this place. I liked the bare and industrial interior. The beer selection seemed impressive but as I asked for some beers from the list the answer was almost always: it’s sold out. However I managed to find something to drink. Other thing that bothered me was the smoking. The whole pub was so full of smoke that it was hard to breathe. Maybe I’m just not used to it (any more). The service seemed to be a bit unfriendly but it can be also my lack of Greek language.
A crowded place with bare furnishing. Not really to my liking. Service was alright, a bit lacking on English. Seemed to be mostly Greeks, which is kinda surprising considering the prices being a bit high and all. Didn’t have food. The taps are dull, but the beer menu impressive, but deceptive. They don’t really have much of the stuff there on offer. Were out of both Septem DIPA and wet hop, which isn’t really that surprising, but were still on the list.
Brew_Cat (13) Athens, Greece | February 16, 2015| Updated June 12, 2015
A nice place at the heart of the city of Athens. I love the industrial/minimal decoration, but I’d prefer to have a chair instead of a DIY crate stool. Clean and tidy environment, though it gets crowded after 6 pm. The waitress was friendly and fast. Decent selection, mainly focusing on German and Belgian beers, a few rare bottles here and there, some top class selections, most of the local microbreweries as well. Apart from that, their catalog is very poor regarding craft beers and US/UK selections. Indifferent/boring selections on tap, so we preferred to have a couple of bottled ones. The catalog is disorganized and messy, a graphic designer’s nightmare I should say. We had a sausage variety for side plate, it was tasty. Prices are fair, both for food and beer. Very good prices for take away too. Not the place for beer culture savvies, but an overall good choice, if you want to stop by for a quick visit after work or your side seeing.