Definitely the capital of beerdom in Tel Aviv; actually all of Israel. Recently renovated, the place feels comfy, spacious, friendly, urban, and relaxed. Great service, staff, and rotating house brews from the passionate American expat brewmaster. In just 2 days he switched up 3 different seasonal/special brews on just one tap (chili wheat, pomegranate, and Golem IIPA). Fun stuff. All of them are better at brewpub than in bottle. It takes about 25 minutes walk east from the Carmel Market area. En route can also visit the good tap house called Porter and Sons, which is also out this direction.
Oakes (821) Vancouver, British Columbia | August 11, 2011
Great vibe. Really chill place, a little out of the way. Several house beers on tap. Service is quite friendly. A must visit in Tel Aviv.
overpriced mefiocre beer not much better than when they started. not impressive for anyone with a palate or used to good notth American craft. 40 bucks to go through thre flight. acceptable minority of hefe, leche hot pepper, and american pale. zero wild sour nor really hoppy.
When you are a beer lover, you can only love this place. A gathering of fellow beer fans, and very friendly atmosphere. Service is bit slow, but OK. Tasted some of their brews which range in my rating. Did not check out any other beers present. Bar snacks available. Together with great company had a good beer evening.
Visited in July 2013.
This was a relaxed place not far from Porter & Sons. The young female bartender was very friendly. The beers were not brilliant but ok.
A beer flight with 8 beers cost 92, I also bought one bottle of Dancing Camel Golem whick I took to Sweden.
Well worth a visit.
My recent hub. Good deals for locals such as 100 Beer Club and a 10-drinks card. Friendly staff, kosher-meat kitchen with limited however tasty offering for vegans and vegetarians. located off the main nightlife areas and always welcomes beer lovers.
Until recently Dancing Camel brewery was open to public only on Friday between 12-4pm and it was beers only. Now they decided to make it into a small pub in the middle of the brewery which is open 6 days a week, and from time to time hosts live shows and sport events screenings. You can always get the 4 DC regular beers fresh on tap, as well as two changing seasonals. There is also some pub food and a small (but decent) selection of whiskey and other spirits. Beer prices aren’t cheap, but not more expensive than in most other places in Tel Aviv. Food pricing seems very reasonable. DC makes the best beers around, and if you’re a beer lover and happen to be in Tel Aviv, you owe yourself to visit this place and taste these great local ales as fresh as they can be. This is, no matter what you will think of the ambiance or food, for the beers alone, hands down the best beer place in Israel. Bottles to-go are also available.