chicob (13) Tel Aviv, Israel | August 22, 2012| Updated August 29, 2012
A nice charming brew pub with a nice selection of regular and seasonal beers (about 7-8 together) all produced in the brewery. an American oriented brew pub (in a good way). The beer produced is great - especially the american pale ale.
This is still the best place to go for a beer in Israel. Period.
They have the most unique beers that have real identity.
You can always stop in for a quiet pint or go for a great night out with a bunch of mates. Still my default for when we go out.
Great place. Really, what a brewpub should be. Definitely friendly service, great staff, and filled with people who know beer. Considering the lack of craft brew availability in Tel Aviv, I was expecting much less (especially after Tel Aviv Brewhouse). But this place stands with the best in the world.
My recent hub. Good deals for locals such as 100 Beer Club and a 10-drinks card. Friendly staff, kosher-meat kitchen with limited however tasty offering for vegans and vegetarians. located off the main nightlife areas and always welcomes beer lovers.
Oakes (805) Vancouver, British Columbia | August 11, 2011
Great vibe. Really chill place, a little out of the way. Several house beers on tap. Service is quite friendly. A must visit in Tel Aviv.
Definitely the capital of beerdom in Tel Aviv; actually all of Israel. Recently renovated, the place feels comfy, spacious, friendly, urban, and relaxed. Great service, staff, and rotating house brews from the passionate American expat brewmaster. In just 2 days he switched up 3 different seasonal/special brews on just one tap (chili wheat, pomegranate, and Golem IIPA). Fun stuff. All of them are better at brewpub than in bottle. It takes about 25 minutes walk east from the Carmel Market area. En route can also visit the good tap house called Porter and Sons, which is also out this direction.
Very nice place in Tel Aviv. By far the best and most inovative craftbeer I had during my recent stay in Israel. The beer is good and all have a nice well-composed local touch. Supernice lowkey bar placed in the brewery, a true brewpub and not a pub with a brewery in display... We did not eat at the Dancing Camel, but those who ate while we were there seemed to enjoy it. Very frindly staff and rockmusic, not to loud, made it a pleasent experince, that i would not hesitate to repeat.
As a remark: if you go there by cap, tell the driver to go to 45 Hamasger, and walk the few steps up the sidestreet, Hatasiya, to the bar.