Small beer store krancked up with a good selection of all kinds of beers. Extremely helpful staff, I had a list they picked up from the shelves in just a couple of minutes. Was a bit dissapointed with just a couple of de Molens available, but what the heck, there was plenty of others. Central location is nice and the prices are reasonable.
Ordered via mail order in 2009. Friendly service and the items were safely and securely packaged. Some of the prices seem a bit on the high side, but there are also plenty of reasonably priced beers on offer too.
An awesome beer shop in Central Amsterdam. To start, this place is (or was when I was in town) open on Sunday, which Bierkonig was not. The selection here is huge, spanning three floors. Price/value runs the gamut with something for everyone. Easily one of the best beer stores I have ever visited.
Cuso (226) Bratislava, Slovak Republic | July 4, 2011
I ordered beers from their web site. Extensive selection, they have some rare beers, reasonable prices, quick and reliable delivery. I will shop there again and again.
neat store. old wooden floors. cellar-type feel. selection and prices better at bierkonig, but if you have time could be worth swinging through to browse rare pricey beer you can’t find at bierkonig. 50+ year old hanssens gueuze for 50 euro, for instance.
Knowledgeable staff, though the guy who was working that day wouldn’t quite leave his counter, for advise you had to go back to him. But well, this is Amsterdam. He was friendly enough and even went to get me some beer that just came in and wasn’t put in the store yet, what more can one ask for. Anyways, the house cat kept us company, it was more than willing to follow us around and give loads of attention. The selection is great, nothing really standard, they really made the best of their limited floor space. Good feel to this small store, bit pricey but as they have quite a lot of beers that are not available in other places in the Netherlands, they are quite forgiven.
Nice beer store with excellent and friendly service from a English speaking man. Smaller place, but with lots of beer packed into the space they have.
Countbeer (258) Best of E-Town mit 2 Brauhausen, Netherlands | May 15, 2011
In an alley across from the Gollem (still closed) you find this medieval looking place. Open at 12:00, we were still waiting but at 12:20 someone opened the door. 2 floors filled with atractive beer goodies! Bit pricy (most extreme: Surly Darkness 70 Euro, Bourbon County Rare 90 Euro and Black Tuesday 110 Euro), other beers are less expensive.
They got some nice stuff from American, Belgian, Danish, Dutch, English, German, Norwegian breweries. The Lambics were mostly sold out, so I had to go with some of the above mentioned country brews. A little space in my bag made me decide to go with less. The female behind the counter was just a little helpfull, though we asked for some specialties, she never really got into searching them. All by all a very nice store with beers ranging from pretty affordable to expensive prices.