CyborgX (9) , Thailand | September 13, 2016| Updated September 15, 2016
Small air conditioned are where the bar is, and an open area outside shared with other mostly food outlets in the same courtyard complex. Bright colourful ambience, if sonewhat small. A reasonable selection of draught and bottled beers at reasonable prices.
Visited Nov 2015. Small-ish beer bar off Sukhumvit road on Soi 11 (not 13 it says in listing above - maybe it moved). Had a decent no. of taps but most beers were fairly boring (Guinness, Paulaner, Leffe, etc.). Best beer on when we were here was Nut Brown Ale from Rogue. Prices were not too bad. Was fairly empty when we visited.
This place has the location and scenery. Beer selection is the best for bottles in Thailand in terms of quantity. Could have a special reserve section for craftheads, but always find something to keep me happy.
Third leg of our craft beer tour of Asia and hit this place based on some recommendations fro another joint. As expected, the scenery was spot on and lots of bottles, but the tap line-up was pretty shite. Only 10 taps but 300+ bottles, and taps were big macro players. Still able to find something good and briefly met Chris who was nice.
justinbkk (16) Tulsa, Oklahoma | December 22, 2015| Updated December 25, 2015
Huge bottle selection (over 400 I think), but 95% garbage. Still hard to find a decent IPA or DIPA, and no real stout selection. Come for the bird watching.
Located on Thong Lor 13 cool spot with about 5 bars all spilling into a courtyard patio area, Ive been loads of times and the crowds vary from hisos, youngsters or models, none of which are beer peeps. Lots of big hoegarrden selfie, but still fun. On tao the typical draft with a whole bunch of bottles like 100s from the crappiest beer to some of the best in Thailand. Kinda weird but still a fun place to hang out for everyone.
Itís nice place to hang out but mostly for youngsters. If youíre in for that so yes, it could be a good place for ya.
thestossman (14) Darwin, Australia | October 23, 2015| Updated December 11, 2015
Place gets brownie points for the crowd the neighborhood draws. Beer selection is big but still missing decent stouts and IPAs. Staff still hand out beer menus that are 4 years out of date. Watch for expired beer. No craft taps at all, only bottles, and nothing really extreme. Out of a selection of 350+, thereís maybe 20 worth drinking.
15-20 min walk from the metro. Took a while to locate in a little open square just off the main road as there was no sign from the street and BKK building numbering can be a little confusing. Spoke to the manager who had worked in Aus for a number of years and seemed knowledgeable. Other staff were helpful and the manager was spending time telling them what my preferred styles were and getting them to make recommendations. Yeah the bottles were expensive. Equivalent of £15 for some 8wired stuff. But had a couple of bottles of Hitachino for 150THB each as they were nearing the end of their shelf life. Would visit Mikkeller over this but still decent if youíre in the area.
A small bar with a huge seated outside bar area. A good selection of worldwide beers but nothing of serious interest. They mainly sell the mass produced stuff. There are 10 taps and many bottles including many specials but nothing much that makes you sit up and take notice. I canít deny its a great bar but i felt a little deflated when I visited. Itís more of a trendy Saturday night venue for young people rather than a serious beer bar. I wonít be connecting to their wifi either after it requested access to my Name, email, date of birth and all my Facebook friends list amongst many other things. Yeah right! Bottled beers were very expensive too for some average brews.