Cosy local. Makes a point of not serving local mass produced beers. 9 taps serving ale, lager, weiss beer, stout and cider. Two hand pulled ciders from Westons. Lots of bottles including Mikkeller and Brewdog plus some more hard to find Belgians.
Food is simple pub food done well.
Next door is a beer shop selling a much larger range of beers.
Kauge (4) Tallinn, Estonia | April 12, 2017| Updated April 15, 2017
Not too big, not too loud. Good selection of Estonian and international beers. Perfect garlic bread. Prices are a bit crazy, on the other hand they serve small glasses in fair prices. Overall - worth visiting.
Tend to only come to Tallinn for a nigh or two, so this is a pub I return to as I know I’ll get a decent beer and, more importantly, I can find it! Ate there last time and itbwas good enough pub grub - i like unhealthy food. A reliable pub, especially if i have no locals to guide me.
Very British basic feel over this pub, which had a decent selection of beers. Not the biggest, but wellchosen one. I don’t know but somehow it felt like this place didn’t quite stand up to what I had heard about it earlier.
Focus on being a British bar with a side for the Estonian food. Uninviting waitress and minimalist service as I barely got inside and was told, ’I am alone, so order all from the bar’, ok, maybe a hello first, and sorry that I interrupted your web browsing.
Food was passable, ok beer selection of major brands plus some Estonian craft selection. Went for the Estonian food with the fried cheese which looked out of a supermarket box, potato fries were lump and soggy, salad out of a bag and dressing out of a bottle overly oily.
Fridge with decent selection. At some point the music stopped playing and you could hear a fly buzz by. Store is connected to the Drink Shop bottleshop. I got no vibe, and no soul out of this place, helped by less than interested staff.