Visited end of July, 2011. Possibly to get their beers in 25 cl versions, this day they had 6 different brews from their own. Also tried their own whisky. Nice place, centrally located, good service. Also had a toast, which was huge.
Travlr (2466) Washington, Washington DC | July 15, 2011| Updated August 25, 2011
Centrally located large brewpub with a smallish outside patio where you can watch the pedestrian world go by. Their own beers are OK, and they have two of their own very sweet but refreshing ciders. Pleasant place.
Popular brewpub, easy to spot near the main entrance to the Kamppi shopping centre. Early on a Thursday evening the place was crowded, and it was difficult to find a table. Rather spacious divided into different levels and sections. To sum up my impression; attentive service, good bar food (warm tapas), satisfying beers (a sample of four, each 250ml), ok atmosphere and horrible music (visited 03.02.2011).
Visited in July 2010.
A modern and quite nice place with a friendly staff. Very central location.
Descent beers and ciders from Teerenpeli. A sampler did cost 13 EUR with four samples. (4*0,2cl)
Marko (243) Split / Zagreb, Croatia | April 5, 2010| Updated April 23, 2010
After no luck with both Perhon Panimo and Bruuveri which both didn’t work on Easter Monday, we ran into this by pure chance (I forgot to note it down on my map). Yay! There’s such a huge density of places a 5 minutes walk from Kamppi in all directions... Anyway, a nice modern brewpub with a wide selection of their own beers. At this time they had Onnenpekka, Laiskajaakko, Hullujussi, Hippaheikki, Vauhtiveikko, Sauhusanttu and Talon Olut (a new dark ale). Took a sampler of the last four, all were quite nice for their respective styles.... There was also a kalja (Karjala?), their 3 ciders (draught?) and some other stuff bottled too. All in all, well worth visiting. The only thing that irked me really was them proclaiming that the sampler costed 10 or 10.5 Euros in a large font and only saying that you’ll pay 13 (for service? taxes?) in much smaller print. I realized that after ordering it yay. And I had to carry the sampler back to the table myself, but it’s like that all over the country so no reason to whine :). Another plus, however is the free WiFi (yay again, to end on a cheerier note)
Well, Matti, Fatphil and Anna guide me to there. I have enjoyed a lot, I could ask some beer and Fatphil got another, so just ting the bell, I ask for the samplers, now we start to talk same language. Beer language! I could recommend the place, is quite nice ambiance and I think at summer should better. :)
Thanks guy for this!