This is my favourite pub in Edinburgh, Scotland and pretty much is only topped by Delirium in my pub experiences! A fantastic selection of 300 beers from all over the world (with some notable mentions for tap - Franziskaner!!) Staff are friendly and more importantly actually know, and love, the craft themselves! This is an all round great experience! Must see if your in town!
The largest selection of beer youíll find anywhere (for several hundred miles at least). If youíre looking for something in particular, unless theyíve ran out, theyíll have it or extremely friendly staff will recommend others. Gets extremely busy on certain days, as itís relatively small, but if you can sneak in on a quiet weekday, very worth it.
Excellent selection of beers but in dire need of refurbishment (or at least it was when we there in Jul 2011). The toilets stank and even in the bar the smell was that of a bar cleaned with a dirty mop. Perhaps easier to ignore when itís busier but the place was tatty when we were there.
Small corner bar with an amazing beer menu. Lots of interesting ales from all over the world. Multiple large screen TVs so you can choose which match to watch. Close to Ninaís Mini Market & Cloisters. One of the best beer venues in Edinburgh.
Benio (13) , | December 19, 2011| Updated March 28, 2012
huge selection of beers ! Every style of beer you know they stock. This bar gets extremely busy and the place itself is small but if you come on a reasonably quiet night or day its a really enjoyable bar. Great staff too!
A small bar that has a very large selection of beers that are generally not available anywhere else in Edinburgh. German and Belgium beers make up the majority of the beers but there is also a decent selcetion of beers from further afield such as Mikkeller.
This bar has a good atmosphere and is mainly a student hang-out but with a reasonable mix. The place is a little cramped but that makes it cosy. The service is friendly and personable. The selection is vast, the best selection of Belgian and German beers in a bar in Scotland - recently this has expanded to include some of the more upcoming internaional breweries alsp. It has the best value for a fine beer bar in Edinburgh and overall, this is a bar that should be visited.
Selection much improved recently, I still like to pop in here every now and then for new Belgian stuff, the occasional Mikkeller/De Molen bottle etc. Draught selection is standard international fare - but the recent Tempest guest kegs have been a welcome surprise. Football not a massive advantage for me but itís a good way of dragging the flatmates along for some decent beer! Not yet up there with Cloisters, Bow, BrewDog but thereís lots of potential, definitely one to watch!