First micro beer pub in Portugal. This is the best place to drink beer in the whole country. The only place where you can find mikkeller’s, brewdog’s, de molen, etc. Selection is still getting bigger, but looks already nice. Rui and Carolina are very knowledgeable and very nice hosts.
Visited on november 2017. Very nice location in a beauty neighborhood. Friendly staff that knows about their products. Selection is OK (I tried a couple of Novo Brazil beers), focused on Portuguese craft. Next one please!
This is the realest that Lisbon has to offer. Chill vibe, lots of beers for Portugal. Lots of Portuguese beers on tap, 12 or so taps total plus a hand pump or two, and they offer a flight of 5 or 10 beers, 10cl each. I ordered the ten beers. "All this for just you?" MOTHERF***ERS DID I STUTTER??? Like Rod Farva, I ordered a goddamned LITER OF BEER! "Open bar, dude! I'll have six Schlitzes!" Then I crushed one more tap and a bottle of -bal aged barleywine. By the way, as a public service notice, barleywine is life #BiL. Lisboa is actually an acronym for "Life Is Simply Barleywine & Old Ale". Respect barleywine. Anyway, Farva antics aside, the service was good and the spot was nice. There were some respectable tickers in there, but I have to take this opportunity to mention that I have, at the time of writing, more RB ticks than any person in Portugal. Not to say that I'm an amazing ticker, but it's just that...um...I'm a pretty legit ticker. Just kidding, but a lot of truth is said in jest. So these guys could learn a thing or two. Anyway, it's as simple as this: Want beer? Come here. Don't go to garbage like the Super Bock BEER EXPERIENCE in the Time Out Market (although you should go to the Time Out Market). They are tops in this city.
Best place in Lisbon for a beer geek. Good selection of local and international craft beers on tap as well as in bottles. Friendly staff, fairly good prices. Highly recommended as a must-visit place in Lisbon.
I have visited Cerveteca Lisboa on 3 separate trips to Lisbon since it opened and believe it is the best place in the city for beer. It is not right in the centre, but easy to walk to. It has a pleasant cafe/bar vibe in a local neighborhood. There is great focus on Portuguese craft beer. They 12 tap lines and over 100 bottles, of which Portuguese microbreweries make up the most significant portion. Plenty stuff I have never seen or had and I always have to add new beers and breweries to the database when I visit! It doubles as a bottle shop as everything can be taken away. Staff are friendly and have a keen interest in beer. They offer tasty snacks in the form of tinned fish and bread/crackers. I recommend the smoked mussels. This is the must-visit beer venue in Lisbon.
Camons (667) Hasselager, Denmark | April 28, 2017| Updated April 29, 2017
This gem is placed a little from the center of town. We used metro station Avenida, and then had a rather hard uphill walk including a 120+ Step very steep stair. Going back we used metro Rato, wich is a little shorter away and the walk there is not nearly as steep, anyway its very well worth the effort to gået here. Ones there youll find a great bar and bottle shop in one. Seating for about 25 people at small tablets and a few along the bar. 12 tap’s, half portugese, half international, Italian, Belgien and Dutch at lur visit. Long bottle list, good nummer of Portugese craft, American, Dutch, Belgien, Spanish, etc. High quality overall. 5 and 10 piece samplers served (9 and 17€) Good, effiencient and chatty service with great knowlegde of both local and international beer scene. Only other visitors as we entered was an American couple from north of New York, who actually have relatives living in the town of Aarhus in Denmark where we live. Its a small (beer) world. A must visit in Lisboa, top 2-3 in my book.