Very weird, a slice of cold war Berlin in the middle of Amsterdam. The main (beer) interest here are the unusual German bottles which the owner sources directly from that country. Slowly getting more modern micro brewery beers, but the atmosphere of the place is the more important feature.
Place specializing on German style beers, out of the center. Service is friendly. Selection is 3 taps and about 3-40 bottles. Prices are not cheap, but not unreasonable. Overall: ok, worth a visit when you are in area.
Imagine a student’s café, furnished with "trophies" from a bulk refuse collection, then You can imagine the ambiance of the "Café Brecht", which is unexpectedly pretty cozy; since B. Brecht (playwright, poet, director) was from Germany, "his" café in Amsterdam serves consequently cleverly chosen german beers (both Lagers and Ales).Not far from the Rijksmuseum, absolutely worth a little detour...
German themed bar (mostly Berlin) which also serves loads of German beer. Nice selection, and they had a bunch of Oktoberfest specials. Very cozy interior which looks like a big grandma-style living room, ful of shaded lamps and little tables. Seemd to be very popular with people who like fancy tea. Quite liked it! Only downside is that it’s not especially cheap.
Amsterdam pubcrawl. Cozy small and busy bar in lively touristic neighborhood. Nice interior with partial livingroom going on, couches, fauteuils, 50’s wallpaper, etc. Been here a few times in the past, as a warm up for concerts, close to Melkweg music venue. Only three taps but some bottles too - octoberfest seasonals, hooray.