I didn’t drink there, just bought some beers to bring back to Brazil. However, I could notice the place was pretty cozy, as well as the staff, who served me very well, although the place was not officially open yet. They had lots Argentinian craft beer (pretty good stuff) and also renowned worldwide labels. I wish I can come back with more time there one day.
Cool location, friendly polite service but not well informed. They didn’t have the beers we ordered and the beers we did try were some of the worst I’ve had in my life. I thought it would be nice to order a chocolate desert with our stouts but it kind of well flat. Wasn’t awesome. Lighting was strange with dark corners and others with bright spotlights so I noticed people having difficulty choosing where to sit.
Kind of cool place in a outdoor mall off of Corrientes. Hard to find. Go into the theatre mall thing off of Corrientes and keep walking. Food was okay at best. No one speaks English or knows much about beer. A good list of bottles but they were out of a number that we asked for. The house beers were not good.
I’ve been here twice in the last six months and I have to say this is better that most places in BsAs but still, the service is baaad. Little care about beer and the selection is not good when compared to US beer bars, but unfortunately I have to say its decent for Argentine beer bars. :( The best beer on the menu is the Katmandú IPA --but last time they didn’t have it in.
Visited in 2009, 2010 twice and 2011. A nice setting and very beery-atmosphered. But I have never seen such incompetent staff who knew so little about beer! On more than 1 occasion they didn’t know whom the tap beer was by - "oh, it’s a red" - yes i know but who brews it? - "sorry don’t know" etc. The food was poor - hint eat elswhere - many restaurants nearby and just pop in here for beer. The good thing is they had lots of unheard of Argentinian micro breweries in bottle but they were hit and miss - some were excellent some almost undrinkable they were so commercial! But as I prefer beer on tap and they don’t have a clue what they’re doing here I avoided coming here in 2013. Will wait and see if they either pull their socks up or keep sinking into oblivion and eventually close...UPDATE by 2016-17 there are lots of new venues that are far superior. This place is high in the "league table" due to old ratings it’s nowhere near the top 10 bars in BsAs now.
Great outdoor patio, wonderful selection of argentine microbrews from all overthe country. When I was there they had these: Del Castillo, Siete, Yapai, Zeppelin, HDQ, Valhalla, Blest, Kraken, Sixtofer,Katmandu, Sheken, Berlina, El Bolson, La Longia, Corsaro, Antares and Gulmen plus about 15 imports. They also had some housebrews on tap. Wasn’t very busy when I was there at 3pm. Happy hour starts is from 6-9 I think.
garza (90) Oslo (NO), Caracas (VE), Venezuela | March 7, 2011
Good selection of beers on the menu, but in the practice they don’t have half of it. Normal bar with a terrace. Very slow service. Did not eat, but the menu it is not attractive.
This is the place to go for Argentinian craft beer. It seems like everything that’s bottled is here. I went here twice and didn’t come close to trying everything I would have liked. You really are not going to find a bar with a more interesting selection in the city. The place itself is a little strange, done up like medievil times and with music videos on all the TV’s. The staff is nice but incompetent in terms of beer. I’d order stuff and they’d bring the wrong bottle, or if they were out suggest something not even close to what I wanted. The beer menu is woefully out of date. I just sat by the beer fridge and used that as my guide. The beer itself isn’t that amazing, but the fact its pretty much every craft brew in the country at one place makes this a must hit in BA if you want to get a feel for the craft beer scene in the country.