One of the many beer places in the Maastricht center. Visited it on Saterday evening (22 X 2016). Not the best bar, but some lovely unexpected beers at the different taps. The beer chart listed mostly Belgian and Southern-Dutch beers, and some bock beers. The snacks accompanioning the beers were great (but small portions!). The pub’s interior is quite intimistic, with tables close to the bar and many beer label gadgets attached to the walls. Be sure to check their mustard with honey, which is marvellous. A nice little brownish café, but nothing to remember, really.
Went here on a saturday afternoon, hours before Carnaval was about to take over the entire city. We went in around 1PM, bar completely empty. All taps were replaced by pilsners. Fridges were still filled with bottles from their regular beer list though. So we asked if we could drink a beer that wasn’t a pilsner and leave again, but the only thing she wanted to give us was a pilsner. Too bad. Not smart and not friendly. Probably won’t go back, since the Cafe Frape is only 20 metres away.
Longstanding beer cafe just off Servaas Bridge and the Maas. Great position and a worthy reputation but I would have expected by now it would have got the new Dutch beer thing. If I was stranded here for a week I would complain but not too loudly.
Nicely located on the edge of the centre, close to the river Maas. Twelve beers on tap is not bad but when I was there they were all from Gulpener. Not being a bad thing but not very interesting as well. Except... Mestreechs Ajt on tap. Wow! Very great beer. A pity the waiter almost advised me not to take this sour beer :(