terefere (7) Durham, | December 21, 2013| Updated December 22, 2013
They’ve got a fridge with a number of bottles but many of them are there by accident, I think. Some of the beers are good for a supermarket, but not for drinking by beer lovers. Despite this, there are some good choices too but in the minority. Mostly Polish regional breweries, some Ukrainian. You will be served beer to drink it straight from the bottle. The decor is hm... non existent. "How to open a bar with 1000 PLN" could be a TV program filmed in Male Piwo. Music is poor. But the worst of all is the crazy prices making this one of the more expensive bars in Warsaw. Location is good, just off Marszalkowska street. Overall, this is a place to go only if you’re really in the area and can’t wait another 5 minutes to have a beer elsewhere and money/quality ratios are something absent from your mind.
Tiny place, tucked down a side street parallel to one of the main arterial roads, and isolated from the noise. A bit too compact - sit up and beg at the front, or chose to shut yourself in the cupboard at the back. Staff were friendly, and happy to assist. Range was easily 80-100 brews, from many dozens of the new breweries in Poland. Covers all the style bases, from Berliner Weise to Imperial stout. Very little foreign, but why would you waste time with that. Prices good - cheaper than Estonia, I’m sure. They sell to take home too - yay! Must revisit this place.
Nice and small bar off the beaten track. Just a little bit south of the city center bur easy reachable by foot, metro (Politechnika) or tram (Zbawiciela). Bright and minimalistic interior but nice atmosphere.Surprisingly calm and quiet on an early Friday evening. Friendly and helpful staff and a nice selection of Polish beer.
sahm83 (1) Amager, Copenhagen, Denmark | April 3, 2013
Small beer bar with a Berlin vibe to it. A bit out of center so no tourist just locals. The selection of polish beer was good. Only bottle beers no drafts. A bit hard to find.
I love this site because everywhere I go I can find some good suggestion on where to go drink micro. Male Piwo is a very nice bar, with friendly helpful staff and a huge selection of only polish micro. I counted 75 different beers inside the two fridge. Cosy and relaxed ambiance. Not a pub, rather a small bar where you can enjoy some good beer. Highly recommended
WoW. Unfortunately I found this place the last evening on my visit in Warszawa. Located a bit outside the mainstream tourist places. You will probably not find it unless you take a Taxi the first time. But it will not cost a lot, and it is definately wort it.
I wonder how the two guys from US found this place.
Nice small cafe/pub with a great selection of polish ale. After a while you will get really bored with all the Jasny Pelne and Mocne stuff.
Not a single one of them inside this gem.
Had a wonderful IPA here :-)
Im going back! Friendly helpfull staff that new something about the beers they served!