Large place with only their own brews on tap and bottled. Good service, a little bit expensive. The ambiance waas pretty good.
t0rin0 (1529) Do Not Resuscitate, California | October 4, 2013| Updated October 8, 2013
Visited September 2012.
Oh man, what a dump. I mean, it’s not in the touristy part of town so the area isn’t quite as pretty but that’s not what I’m referring to. The smell of spent grains rotting combined with the stinky cheese they were serving made it smell like a dump. Mix in the run down interior and godawful service and I declare that this place sucks ass. The lady at the counter was ridiculously rude when we asked for a flight. One or two of them weren’t bad, but I would not return here. The best thing about this place is the windmill, and the way we were (intentionally mis-)pronouncing the name as Tijit. I guess the weather was nice too and being right on the river, but yeah, I will not be returning.
In an old windmill a bit out of the city centre, this brewpub is one of the best outdoor beer experiences in Amsterdam. When the sun pops out that is. They have their own beers on tap, which usually includes a season special or limited edition, as well as one or two bottle versions. Lots of visitors and good ambiance. Medium service and excellent prices, together with the ambiance and windmill definitely makes this good value and well worth a visit.
Nice brewpub with solid beers in Amsterdam, the place is very crowdy and maybe that’s why the service is a little poor. The ambiance is cool and the terrace to sit outside it’s very nice. Worth a visit, at least once. Prices are very good!
Ambiance is nice, especially the outside area where you can drink while relaxing under the (rare!) Dutch sun. Friendly staff. Every beer by the Brewey, obviously, is available. Food is good, at least the cheese. Very good value for money. Not bad if you want to have some beer with your friends outside, but beware, it is always very crowded.
A lovely brewery/bar located under a windmill. Walking distance from the train station. They serve their own beers from which most of them are BIO beers. Around 5-6 on tap and some bottles to choose from. Check out their IPA an absolute cracker with a good beer label too. Most of their range is really well made. A lovely place to relish a good beer when in Amsterdam..
Damn this building is cool. On the inside the selection is pretty typical of a brewery. Slightly disappointing there isn’t anything more special on draft than what they bottle and distribute, because everything we tried was really great. There is an enormous beer garden out front. Lots of people on beer tour mixed with lots of locals enjoying an afternoon brew.