tomer (95) Rishon Le Zion, Israel | March 31, 2009
Been there in October 08. Sleek interior design but looks like a lot of other american style places all over the place,
nice to sit outside at night under the castle. the food selection is very big and eclectic american. Some of the selctions try to incorporate beer in the marinade or sauce but the results are not spectacular.
none of there brews where available, which was a huge dissapointment, not sure you can call yourself a brewpub with no brews. glad to here they have resumed brewing since that time. The other beer selections are pretty standard and boring. Overall a place with a nice ambiance though a little pricey, hope to try their brews in the future.
Visited whilst staying in Limassol for a few days. Located close to Limassol Castle and just away from the main route up from the roundabout. Visited early evening, place was very quiet on arrival despite all the places we’d walked passed to reach it already being very busy. Had hoped to find a range of ’own beers’ there (especially as outside the sign says microbrewery) alas found they only brew one beer now which is the house lager (which was decent though and much better than the more widely available Cypriot lagers) - the barman explaining that unfortunately there was no take up for the other beers they had brewed before so they were discontinued. Other taps had mainly commercial brews with a few Belgian bottles available too. We ate there, menu looked good and food didn’t disappoint, service was good - lots of staff - place was certainly getting busier as we were leaving and atmosphere was building. So as a beer place it’s not great but at least the visit got me a new Cypriot brewery tick and the family some good food!
An old house in a very nice location (just by the Limassol castle). Their beer selection is minimum to zero, with almost 4 out of 5 to be commercial lagers. The food was really nice and with reasonable prices. Very TGI Fridays alike...and for sure not a beer destination.
Misleading name and categorization. You may think it is a brew pub looking at the copper tanks sitting on a shelf above the bar, but supposedly their "own" lager is brewed by someone else. Only the local AmBev distributer would be happy with the selection.
Set in a nice renovated old building the name of the place may be a bit misleading. The selection of beer is minimal and made up of most of the commercial beers you can find in Cyprus. Although they say they make their own beer, they only had a lager "made" by them. Somehow though was not convinced it was produced in house. The people there also don’t really seem as if they are there for the beer. The place reminds me of a a TGI fridays. If you are looking for Craft beers this is surely not the place to go.
Oakes (807) Vancouver, British Columbia | August 12, 2011
Corporate place. Only one house beer, which they don’t make very often and therefore varies in quality (we went there about 3 times I think). Not a terribly interesting stop, but there’s only three indigenous beers in Cyprus and these guys make one of them. Parking isn’t that easy, but at night you can just find a spot on the sidewalk. Gotta do as the locals do.
Just south of the old castle in downtown Limassol. Went here around 2PM so really had the place to ourselves. Spectacular service from a young girl (I’m guessing later at night the place is a zoo given the other comments). Had a spectacular Lamb Kotsi and the wife had Chicken Souvlaki - both excellent. As others have said, they only had one of their own beers available but had a decent (for Cyprus) selection of guest beers. I guess the secret is to go early and on a weekday. FYI, there is a decent parking area just east of the roundabout on the south side of the main street (because parking west of the roundabout sucks).
Thick stone-walled, high ceilinged, impersonal-feeling establishment in a good location near the medieval castle. At lunch crowd was half business set and half tourists. Few came for the beer, though, I think we were the only ones drinking it. Lousy service. Overpriced food looked lame but was no where else around to eat. Ordered the special haloumi salad, which was actually very nice and huge. Surprisingly, the house lager was quite drinkable and ordered a second one. It seems they only put one of the house beers on at a time.
Nice looking brewery restaurnt in the heart of Limassol. Superb but pricey food and quick service. The good news is that they brew their own beer here, the bad news is that only one beer at the tinme is available. I had their Buster Ale, which was a fruity somewhat yeasty rendition of a pale ale.