SinH4 (239) Garching b. München, Germany | January 18, 2018
A cozy bottleshop with a large selection of Dutch beers, European crafts (including, for instance, Gänstaller when I was there), a good US selection and some rarities. Prices are okay, and the service is nice. A very good bottle shop!
Not too many bells and whistles, just useful rows of various European craft and a decent US selection. Organised by country, I picked up some US beers and some stuff from local small breweries. I noticed a variety of the more well-distributed Lambic as well. Some fairly interesting limited beers are kept on shelves behind the counter. The place to shop for beer in Delft.
Visited on july 2015. One of the best organized bottle shops I´ve visited. Each bottle has description on the lid– not only name, price and brewer, but style, IBU, contain of hops and malts…Pleasant to choose! Nice selection of Netherland and Belgian beers, few counters with another beer countries (GB, Germany, USA, Denmark…). Worth to visit!
sjogro (138) The Hague, Netherlands | March 12, 2016| Updated March 13, 2016
Nice small orderly store with a wide selection. Helpfull staff and prices are right. Dutch, Belgian, German, Scandinavian, UK, American. The more exclusive (barrel aged) stuff is on shelves behind the counter.
Small to medium-sized beer shop located in the city centre, not far away from Doerak and Klooster. Huge Belgian (standard) selection with a seperate shelf for lambics and a lot of Dutch micros make up the biggest part of the selection. Then there are some Americans and Europeans including a few, less interesting Germans. Not many rare beers but the most interesting stuff is behind the counter with BA De Molen and Emelisse. Very friendly, highly attentive but relaxed staff. Worth a visit!
Fin (1184) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | October 9, 2015
We visited Flick Gegist on Thursday 8th October 2015 at about 4pm ish. This little bottle shop is centrally located, in fact a short walk will take you to both Klooster and Doerak bars. It is rectangular in shape but widens with a slight dogleg at the very rear of the store. The counter is on the RH side as you enter with beers on shelving stretching pretty much from floor to ceiling along the entire LH side. The choice is quite extensive starting with Belgian beers as you enter the store then moving onto a large Dutch selection with Kompaan, Emelisse, Kaapse, Kees, De Molen, Bronckhorster all represented (amongst many others) there is then a smaller US selection before you reach UK and further afield with some ciders tucked away in the dogleg area. Prices were good, the choice was very good, it was a nice little store. We chatted with the young chap for some time about beer, comparing our favourites at Borefts, he was a nice chap.