yespr (44) Copenhagen O, Denmark | September 29, 2009| Updated March 16, 2010
Classic tapas place very close to La Cervezateca. They don’t seem to speak English, pure Catalan - but with the single beer on tap communication is quite easy. Didn’t have any tapas, it looks good though - the beer was good. I didn’t see the brewing equipment. I’m slight doubtful if they really brew themselves. Many locals come in for lunch.
Beautiful and traditional place.. they serve 2 beers from Fort that are just in the average ,don’t come here just for the beer but for the whole experience.. food and atmosphere really great and service very typical with the servers shouting ordering tapas .. funny experience
8th July 2016, second bar of day two during the RBESG. Famous for its tapas selection and I could see why (but we didn’t indulge). Long and thin, neat, tidy and spotlessly clean. Owned by Fort Brewing we were treated to a small talk from the owner/brewer as we sampled his beers, five draught brews in all. He then gave us each two bottles to take away. Staff were friendly also, plenty of smiling going on, even when I managed to knock over a full glass of beer. Only Fort Brewing beer available, which knocks the selection score down somewhat.
Maakun (249) The Hague, Netherlands | July 8, 2016| Updated July 13, 2016
Very narrow space with long bar, seems very suited for having tapes/meals which is what most people came for it seems. They also have a lot of Fort brewing beers which has the same owner as this place. Friendly guy, we got a lot of beer for free. Looks like a cruise ship almost. Friendly atmosphere.