Visited on a saturday afternoon to try the tasting flights of their own beers and grab a bite to eat. Big spacious place with big copper beer kettles in sight. I found the beers to be unremarkable but decent, although to my disappointment they were out of the seasonal beer, which was replaced by an all too familiar pour of La Trappe Dubbel. Food was quite decent, had a good burger. Friendly service, bit on the pricy side. Not a must stop if youíre a beer tourist in Amsterdam.
Work event (beer and dinner) on 15-Dec-2016. Pretty noisy but we had a nice intro on the brewery history and tried 4 beers. Beers were fine (albeit a little sweet), and staff friendly. Beer selection includes their own beers plus a few commercial (like Palm, Heineken). A few decent bottles (De Molen, Samuel Adams). Food much better than I had expected. Not a bad place in the heart of Amsterdam.
Well, itís a brewpub and thatís the reason why you should visit. 10 beers on tap, five of them are Suster beers. A flight was 4 x 15 cl for 9.25 Euro. Beers were mediocre, nothing more. And, why offer Heineken on tap in a brewpub? To loud pop music too. (Visited November 17th 2016 with colleagues/Bjarte1)
Located more or less between two coffee shops & close to the red light district as well as my Christian hostel (I suppose to counter the vices surrounding it). Visited very late on Friday. Minimal interior, decent service, they offer a tasting flight, I found their beers to be poor Ė 90s Dutch beers meaning Belgian & German inspired but not good at either of those things. Prices were a bit steep. Okay for quick ticks if you are nearby, close walk to central station. There is much better beer to be found in Amsterdam.
kermis (473) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | June 13, 2016
Fairly big but comfortable modern place, visited on a Sunday evening to try their own beers and grab a bite to eat. The tasting flight of 4 beers is nicely ticker friendly and the food was good enough without being particularly special. Worth finally popping in to.
Huge, minimalistic and modern brewpub right in the centre. Apart from their average house beers, they have a few other standard taps and a bottle selection which ia also not that exciting, just decent with a few nice classics and some fresher stuff. Prices are quite on the high side, but itís possible to order a tasting plank with three of their regulars and a seasonal beer to reduce costs if youíre looking for ticks. Very friendly staff, at least when itís not that busy.