Nice little spot, ever so slightly tucked away and on my visit more relaxed than many of the other crafty spots in town. Nice large beer selection, Brewdogs plus a few locals and some random stuff. Food was decent.
Visited on a Saturday evening in November 2017. I took around 20 minutes to walk to this place from our centrally located hotel. A fairly small and modern place with 30 beers on tap, 8 of them from BrewDog. The service was polite but the food was a bit boring to be honest. (I prefer more salt and pepper) Not crowded at all during our visit.
i love it. it gives you a feeling of you discovered a hidden gem. i have been there 4 or 5 times already. The Dutch lady with a British accent has an extensive knowledge of their variety. Food is very good. Overall it is an excellent place for beer lovers.
A place somewhat away from center. Kind of mash between brewdog bar, morebeer thing and bistro. Service is good. Selection is decent, they had some Estonians on tap so extra point here. Food is good, raw burger was exactly as raw as i like it (red, but not uncooked). Prices are ok. Overall: good place if you are nearby, but not must visit.
A trendy bistro with a small bar and a lot of brewdog on the menu. Food where they specialize is pricey, but good. Free wifi and small pours.
Scotty001 (342) Portlethen, Scotland | April 24, 2017| Updated May 10, 2017
Strangely small for the Morebeer attempt at a food establishment, hidden away along a side street only seconds away from the tourist central that is Leidsplein. Can be very quiet at times, passing trade must be negligible. Now seems to have gone from being a Jopen showcase to a Brewdog and Morebeer one. Does, at times, feel as though the dining part is taking over from the pure drinking aspect.
Visited on a Friday afternoon. The place is located away from the hub of activity close to the center of the city, so it is about a 15 to 20 minute walk from the Amsterdam Centraal. Sort of a small location. It could seat maybe 30 people. We arrived shortly after the place opened for the day, and there were already people inside taking a couple of the 4-5 tables. I imagine as the place fills up, you would need to start sharing tables with other groups, so that could be an interesting aspect of the place. The service was all at the bar. If you order beer, they give it to you there, but food is brought out when it is prepared. The thing this place attempts is to pair all of their food with beer, hence the name. I was unfortunately not hungry when I got here, so I didn’t get the full experience, but one of the people I was with ordered the burger, and it looked very good. He said it was delicious, so take that for what it’s worth. Prices were decent, and service was friendly. This place is worth visiting, and I would come back if close by. The only thing I wouldn’t do is come back on a full stomach!
The fourth pub under the wings of Peter van den Arend, after Arendsnest, BeerTemple and Craft & Draft, apparently located in the former Jopen tasting room, at the quiet end of an otherwise busy street teeming with eateries. A noteworthy attempt at food and beer pairing, an aspect of modern day beer culture which still seems a bit underexposed (certainly in comparison with the wine tradition). Tap and bottle list is comparable with what you’ll find at Craft & Draft, with obviously a prominent presence of Morebeer’s creations. Wooden interior, perhaps still a bit rough on the edges but nevertheless very agreeable, albeit small. Prices are steep, but the selection comprises interesting one-offs and exciting craft beers from different European countries. Bit understaffed it seems, as the place was rather crowded and the two young people operating it, had to work their heads off to get everything arranged, but managed to do so with great friendliness and professionalism. Timothy, the young chef, prepares classic dishes with a keen sense for refinement and attractive presentation; the burgers I had, were excellent and presented with sufficient refinement for what it represents. The bar itself was cared for by Craft & Draft’s lovely Ilse and both of them have become personal friends meanwhile, which added a lot to the fact that this was the most pleasant one of the three venues I visited in Amsterdam yesterday. I will be back next time I’m in the city, big cheers to Ilse and Timothy in the meantime!