I have no idea why people rate this place so low. We were just there on a rainy afternoon and found it to be as good as any place we’ve seen on the Baltic. OK, they don’t have 50 good beers on the list, but they have 25-30 and do you really need more than that? Their in house brew was good and they had a couple brilliant To Ol choices and some stuff from Gotland that was excellent. It had a nice cool feel to it and while we didn’t have any food, other tables had some good looking options. Service was fast and friendly enough and English was no problem. This place is solid and well deserving of your attendance!
goozen (119) Leiden, Netherlands | November 5, 2005| Updated July 27, 2012
They have two beers of the own. A Lot bottled beers even La Trappe Quadruple from Holland. And its cheaper when you drink that beer in Holland.
Fantastic selection of great and rare beers at even more fantastic prices. A bit like Cafe Delerium in Copenhagen though, in that the crap beers cost about the same as the good ones (I seem to recall Duvel costing about the same as Stella). So as long as you know what you want, you’ll do good. Also had the best waitress I’ve ever encountered anywhere. Room was absolutely packed, yet she appeared without fail at exactly the right moment every time to take our glasses and a new order.
Much improved premier beer bar, now with 20+ beers from the top six local brewers, including Põhjala, Öllenaut Tanker, Pühaste, Lehe & Vormssi, on a list that now tops 130 in all. Food is pubby and fairly basic. Seating is now a bit more formal and even comfortable. In the top three and a must-visit in Tallinn.
Good location, excellent choice of international beers. Home made beer served, too. This place is a bit dodgy, but it doesn’t ruin the atmosphere. Service is a bit slow, but for crowded place quite normal. Don’t to be missed...
In a word: Cool. In other words: this was a fun spot. Had a great time. Met some other folks from Scandinavia and Australia. Had kind of a crazy sign outside with a nude woman riding a wolf. Not sure how they get "Hell Hunt’ out of that, but whatever; it works! Inside was a bunch of tables and an odd bar that had bartenders behind part and then end looped around so that customers sat on both sides of the bar and faced one another. Great for conversation starters. They had a decent selection of local, regional, and macros; plus ciders, wine, and liquours. Didn’t have food myself but a lady I met there had veggie spaghetti and horked it down. Decent sized platefull. Prices were in line with the area and quality. Funky interior with some dark wood and humor. Chandelier shades of barbed wire. Art. Prompt helpful bartenders knew their products. Would definitely go again.