PietS (60) Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands | January 4, 2015
Visited at new years eve. It was quite busy, but that didn’t stop the personnel from giving us great advise on what beers to choose. Needless to say, great ambiance that evening. They serve Belgian beers (trappist, regular abby beer) and some Dutch craft beers (a.o. from de Molen, Jopen, Oersoep). Some nice surprises, but mostly familiar beers.
Visited 12/2013. Cosily packed at borreltijd right after work, decent tap selection (well above average compared to Belgian bars in cities this size) with a few fortunate rotating guest taps (SNAB PA, Anderson Valley Winter Solstice) at fair enough, upper end value. Good service, offering the occasional sample when showing interest in the blackboards. Nicely portioned variety cheese platter with very tasty pickled onions. House tripel Cleijne on tap is ok and goes well with the cheeses. Extensive jenever list consisting of a few vntages and 40% Belgians, where I was surprised to find a few of Gent’s Druppelkot. Stop that saved an early evening in pouring, windy Nijmegen.
Nice little bar, relatively close to the train station.
Wooden tables and chairs, with enough space between them so you’re
not getting crammed. 8 beers on tap and a good amount in bottles,
mostly belgian and dutch, with no surprises.
Some of the Oersoep beers that you have to ask or take a look
at the blackboard to see which is available at the moment.
Good service, professionally friendly. Prices are a bit higher than
what I am used to, at least on the bottles.