I’ve visited this place first time 15 years ago. It hasn’t changed much. This time we had two beers and pig tongue at the patio. They had 4 different Hell Hunt brews available: Ale, Nisu, Hele and Tume. Decent service. No list of Estonian microbrews available... only inside.
Visited twice on April 10 and once on April 12, 2009. Had some different beers from tap and bottles, but didn’t eat. Service was rather good, as were the beer selection. Both domestic and imported. Gets a bit noisy with the big crowds, but not too bad.
FatPhil (611) Tallinn, Estonia | November 13, 2007| Updated December 20, 2011
Good vibe, though a bit too noisy on sports nights. Good selection of good beers. Good staff. Good snacks - including pork scratchings for chaps like me - and OK real pub grub too. Nothing exceptional, but good marks across the board. Update - this is now my equal "local". If I don’t want to walk any distance at all, but I want wi-fi or food I come here, if I want anything else, I probably go to Kodu. Note - the house beers are not unique, they are rebadged macros. Sillamae munchen’s always nice to see, thought, and I never say "no" to an Orval.
Immediately adjacent to our apartment while in Tallinn and definitely a must visit while in town. Met up with FatPhil for a few here which was also nice. Dark but large space that was full of locals having a few. Grabbed a few tasty British and Belgian bottles that didn’t really need rating - but did need drinkjng. We went back another night with my wife and sister-in-law for a meal which was pretty tasty. Pub grub mostly but tasty. A selection of British and Belgian taps mostly.
A nice enough place with a student bar feel, very busy on a Saturday night. Very very noisy. The bartender seemed friendly but the waitress was harried & a bit curt. The selection seems good for Tallinn but still just mostly British & Belgians with a scattering of Mikkeller and Finnish beers. Prices slightly higher than Drink Baar but possibly a wider selection. The food was good, huge portions and pretty low prices. I’ll come back but earlier in the day when it isn’t so crowded & noisy.
kermis (475) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | April 24, 2011
The best choice for beer in a city pretty bad for beer. Some nice British brews, and lively atmosphere
Much improved premier beer bar, now with 20+ beers from the top six local brewers, including Põhjala, Öllenaut Tanker, Pühaste, Lehe & Vormssi, on a list that now tops 130 in all. Food is pubby and fairly basic. Seating is now a bit more formal and even comfortable. In the top three and a must-visit in Tallinn.
A quirky old beer bar in the old town that claims to be Estonia’s very first pub. Rather big with plenty of large tables and comfortable seating. Twelve beers on tap but not much of note. Around 75 bottles, mainly English, but surprisingly little local brews. Great service and good wifi. A nice place for a beer and there are a few ticks for everyone, but there are much better bars in Tallinn.
A friendly and welcoming place which has a good selection of beers but it can get rather noisy and boisterous when there are a lot of drunk people in there at night! The house beers are Puls Extra Lager and Puls Tume Lager. They are no longer brewed by Saaremaa Brewery as they have supposedly suspended brewing. The prices are fairly good value (especially for the food) and the service is mostly friendly and efficient, although it can also be rather slow.