Travelled to and from Monaco from Milano on one day to get a sampler of their beers. Almost ran out of luck as alcohol sale was banned during the football match that was ongoing. 3 beers on tap, not the best, but unique of course. Quick snack which was OK, but touristic which the palce is. Location is great, just accross from the harbor with the great yachts.
Visited on a sunny October afternoon, sitting outside overlooking spectacular millionaire yachts in Port Hercule. A great setting for this venue, Monaco’s must visit beer establishment. Truth is beers are good if unspectacular but certainly more welcome than anything else on offer in the area. 3 Monaco brewed beers available on my visit. Ambiance very good largely influenced by setting, even if staff appeared a little brisk. Food very good and not overpriced. Beer is however rather expensive but happy hour 6-8pm (50% off) made it much more palatable!
Okay place but seems for like a night club than a brewpub. They only had two beers on tap at the time both were decent but not extraordinary. It is in a nice location near the waterfront. Staff was friendly and okay but not outstanding. We did not try the food. I would probably visit here again though.
Arrived on a very hot and humid day in July around noon and chose to stay inside where the AC was keeping us cool and alive. Nice seating areas, and very friendly staff. Only had two beers available (Blanche and Blond).
not really my sort of place if I’m honest (much like Monaco itself!)... very ’trendy’ and modern... beers were ok, nowt special. service was ok, barman wasn’t too clued up - instead of the Ambree they had a stout, but he didn’t know what it was called. Cheap by Monaco standards but expensive by mine - though happy hour looks a bargain!
ManVsBeer (1736) Hebden Bridge, England | September 22, 2014| Updated September 23, 2014
Located between the main road at the foot of the city and the main harbour area, it’s close to the waterfront and faces the part of the motor racing circuit which runs past the very expensive and lavish yachts that moor here all-year round. It’s part of a row of bars and restaurants built facing the waterfront and only really visible from that side. Unless the weather is bad or it’s late at night you’ll always certainly want to sit outside and there’s plenty of seats (some stools, some sofa type chairs) around a fairly dense set of tables all in the shade given the many summer months of sun the principality receives. Inside the decor, fittings and fixtures are all very dark, almost black in colour and plastic looking with seating around a central square bar and the kitchen visible at the back wall. It brews its own beers and there’s a drinks menu brought to the table which should tell you the latest ones available. It seems to have a number of core brews although not all of these will always be on, as well as a seasonal option. There’ll be at least three on offer and you have the option of ordering a three glass taster if you wish. It’s not a cheap place but the setting makes up for this. There’s public toilets right next door to the bar but it has its own inside so you don’t need to pay when the time to spend a penny arises.
Visited on a monday lunch and I was almost alone at the place. The bartender suggested me a tray of three beers (blonde, blanche and the seasonal) in 15 cl glasses = 6 Euros, which is quite cheap when it comes to Monaco. Nice and helpful staff, Didn´t try the food.
Visited on a hot summer afternoon. Easy to find at the centre of the port. Seems like a verynice place, fooded looked very enjoyable, beers are great, although only three of them. A very likeable place wirh a certain charm. Easy to sit there and just watch time fly by while enjoying your beer.