Very crowded on Saturday evening. Kind of german style place, not far from the center. Very dirty with nuts everywhere, not sure if it’s some special event or regular thing. Service is adequate. Selection was limited to their own beers. Didn’t try food. Beer was reasonably priced. The only reason to come here is to tick the brewpub, otherwise, don’t bother.
Visited on 04/07/2017 - a bit hidden in a small traffic free alley close to the center. Beer selection is not big but 3 own beers, Nice inside, tables outside weren’t very easy to sit at. Inside seemed nice.. The beers I tasted were OK, not special, not bad. Seems a nice place to have fun with friends but if you wan to tick beers there are better place, however, since it is close to the center, it’s worth going there. 10 for the service because I was told the Nero had to put on draught again, so it could take a few mintues, which it did, but then I got it for free.
Modern and minimalist interior. Brewhouse in highly visible place. Free peanuts available, so you won’t leave this place hungry. Unless you have a peanut allergy. Main food is ok.
Beer is below average for Amsterdam brewpubs. And choice is very poor, three standard beers and that’s it. Of those only two are brewed on site, pils is made somewhere else.
Upscale and open bar. Quite big, especially for the area. Wifi and cheap flights of the 3 beers available. Beer isn’t that great although food looked good. A quick stop for the flight for the ticks is worth while.
A large and spacious brewpub. Minimalistic interior: glass, concrete and steel. Bright and clean. Many beer bars in Amsterdam are rather cramped, this one is certainly suitable for a large group. A mezzanine near the bar counter offers five tables with "private" two tap system. Nice for volume drinkers! When you arrive, there is no information about what’s on tap. Ask for the beer menu. Only three beers available, all rather dull. A flight is 3 x 10 cl for € 2.50, which is cheap. Dull beers and funky music but worth a visit. It’s a brewpub tick! (Visited November 19th 2016)
Visited a couple of weeks ago. More like a restaurant serving their own beers. You can get a table with a tap on it and serve yourself. Only three beers available from the tap, their own of course. Bags of peanuts everywhere where you can get as much as you want and throw the shells on the floor. Decent prices, friendly service. Had a tourists place on it, something to go to once and take some photos and that’s it.
Zlotta (297) Hagen / Düsseldorf, Germany | February 11, 2016
Rather large bar/restaurant at Rokin with minimalistic interior. Mixed but overall rather young audience, relaxed atmosphere. Beer selection is restricted to their own, three on tap plus a few bottles occasionally, nothing spectacular but solid. You can have your own tap at your table if you want. Decent prices for the tap beers, the bottles can be expensive, especially because some of them are those expensive ceramic ones. Service is okay, English is welcome since part of the staff doesn’t speak Dutch.
De plek om samen met een groep luidruchtig te dineren en zelf bier te tappen. Veel keuze heb je niet 2 hoofdgerechten en 3 bieren van de tap. De kwaliteit van de bieren Is middelmatig. Mooi concept om vele geld te verdienen zonder afhankelijk te zijn van grote brouwerijen.
Very crowded and busy when I visited but the beers were quite enjoyable, especially the Nero. I got the impression that this place has a brewery as an afterthought and that most of the clientele were there for the atmosphere and because of the location, rather than going because it is a brewpub.