Nice place not far from Shibuya station. Lots of American taps and quite a few Japanese micros. Some Brewdog too. Always something good to have. Happy hour 200 yen off a pint from 5-8 Monday to Thursday is a good offer. Decor is modern and minimal. Food is nice, but maybe a bit pricy and the serving staff are a bit hard sell on it. English is spoken here, if that is your bag. Think they have a link with Baird as they always have a lot of their beers on. Maybe a few too many. For some reason every time we go in, they seem to be showing 5 year old Champions League football highlights programs, but with the volume down though, so you can easily ignore it if you want.
I wasnít convinced by this place but I guess itís all about what you are looking for. If you want to drink mainly American beers with a whole bunch of Americans and be served by American expats whilst in Tokyo, then this is the bar to you, if you are looking for a more authenic Japanese craft beer experience I would look elsewhere
Came here after Craft Heads, was a bit underwhelmed. They do have lots of taps, split between imports and Japanese micros. Some more interesting than the others. Somehow I preferred the atmosphere in CH. On the other hand I was pretty pissed when I came in so maybe my perception wasnít the best. Certainly worth checking out.
Trendy bar in Shibuya area, 5 minutes from the famous crossing. There is a big bar and plenty of tables and seats. Selection is fair and service is ok, it was a bit loud. Beers are the normal Tokyo price, so have your wallet ready. In my opinion, beers were served too fast (less than a minute) after ordering, not letting it pose and be in perfect serving condition.
Very easy to find as you can make the place out if you are standing in front of H&M. Often populated most nights of the week.
Range is pretty good, the menu gives a good level of information for the beers on tap.
So you can definitely track down a beer you will like. The set up is clean and professional. Itís been pretty busy most times Iíve been and have had minimal conversation with the staff so cant really comment on their knowledge, but the menu and selection speaks for itself.
It is a good safe bet.
We visited this beer bar on 27.2.2015. It is located in a very popular district with many bars and restaurants. Decorated with brewery memorabilia mainly signboards from US micros and rare beer bottles. The bar is very professional with the original brewery tap covers. Was very crowded when we came on a Friday night, half Westerners half Japanese guests. Service was extremely polite. Great ale selection - 40 draft beers on tap - 1 hand pump - half of them are from Japanese micros. In addition a real great selection of global beers: Green Flash, Stone and even PIZZA PORT!!!! Fantastic smoked porter on hand pump - NIDE beer - GBF Smoke Pump Stout (BAIRD), was an absolute highlight. Also some good bottles available, we had a Schlenkerla Mšrzen. In the menu the available beers are structured by styles (lager, IPA,..) and the brewery symbols + locations are displayed, also very professional. Very very very good place !!!
I guess for Tokyo this is a good beer bar. Stopped by during a business trip. The menu is organized by the beer. They do have an English speaker on staff (Erin from Michigan) but donít expect any of them to be a lot of help for a beer geek.
The beers are incredibly expensive -￥850 for half a pint!! But I guess that goes for Tokyo.
They had food but I didnít bother. As for ambiance, theyíre typical Japanese - good polite service, etc. Itís alright if youíre looking for some craft beer but not terribly interesting.
Good Beer Faucets is located in a very busy area in Shibuya. The beers on tap usually represent a mix of Japanese and import. Imports are heavy on American. The food is very good here. The place appears to have the cleanest tap lines and bar area in the world. Has a bit of a 1950ís malt shop meets modern socal surf shop. Not sure if that makes any sense, but thatís the vibe I get.