I haven’t been to every major city in Latin America but I think it’s safe to say this is the best beer bar in the region. Cool atmosphere with indoor and El fresco seating . Not obnoxious like some places. 34 taps and hundreds of bottles for either in house or take away. oads of good Brazilian craft as well as quality American, Belgian , German, British , and Canadian craft beer . Really impressed. Pricey . Otherwise awesome.
Excellent place!! Was there on a Tuesday afternoon , some guests already and more arrived. Nice tap selection, but only 2 Brazilian though- I was there for the Brazilian stuff. The bottle selection was impressive - only got to taste/ sample a about 20 with friends- luckily there was also takeaway. All beers focused on quality - quite a lot American and European as well . A huge selection, everything on display, to pick up and bring to the bar. One waiter spoke good English , the others some. A must visit. did not taste the food
vodo (88) São Paulo, Brazil | July 19, 2010| Updated August 6, 2014
Best place to drink good beer in São Paulo. Many imported and national craft beer on the 33 taps. always something new on the taps.
Sevenlee (78) Central Coast, NSW, Australia | July 31, 2011| Updated October 18, 2011
Awesome place in São Paulo to drink beer from all over. It has probably the best beer selection I’ve seen in Brazil with some beers that I’ve not seen elsewhere and since I live in Rio, the prices were, comparably, very cheap. I was there on a Saturday night and the vibe was nice, plenty of people enjoying some great beer. The service pretty good, better than most places although not spectacular. I really liked the place and wish I could’ve stayed longer. I’ll definitely be going back next time I’m in Sampa.
Best beer bar/ store in Sao Paulo. Good quantity and variety of bottles with not just the usual suspects, but also a lot of BrewDog, Mikeller, De Molen, etc... Ambiance is Ok, I kind of don’t completely get the place. The tap is where the money is, they do really go the extra mile (or two) to get kegs from all around the world, and the on tap selection I think is world-class. Be warmed though, prices are outrageous: I understand the extra logistics needed to bring a barrel to Brazil, but 20 USD a pint?? Give me a break... Sometimes they have interesting offers at almost reasonable prices... I appreciate the chance of buying this stuff and am inclined to pay a premium, but with this prices it is almost as if they were unavailable...