kermis (550) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | September 2, 2016
A real oldschool bar that probably hasn’t changed much in many years with a very oldschool, mostly Belgian beer selection. Quiet considering it’s location and with a more local vibe. It’s a nice enough brown cafe but not too interesting for a visitor given what Amsterdam has to offer in terms of beer.
NIce old pub placed very centrally in Amsterdam ( China town). The beers are mostly Dutch & Belgium- and I founs ome I never tried before-but I had not tasted that much Dutch beer before I arrived.
Not a must too visit- but its central location was the reason for a short visit
I used to come here on a regular basus when i worked in Amsterdam. Nice atmosphere, very close to the train station. It hasn’t changed much but at least it has a very small selection of Amsterdam beers and foreign beers now. Nothing new for a ticker
A bar with a great atmosphere. Looks like a very old brown bar with a nice selection of belgian beers. Great staff and besides belgian special beers they have local and international craft beers. Definitely worth visiting.
Benzai (275) Oirschot, THE NETHERLANDS, Netherlands | November 21, 2014
Quite standard pub with a decent selection of Belgian beers but nothing I hadn’t tried before. I miss local Amsterdam beers in these sort of pubs, although they did have a beer from the IJ but that was it. Close to the station, but not really worth a visit.
Visited in March 2011 for a quick late snifter and ended up staying a couple of hours, mainly due to getting chatting with the friendly landlady and some locals. Despite the location it didn’t seem a tourist trap, at least at the fairly late hour(s) we were there. Mostly Belgian beers with a decent range of lambics but nothing I’d not had before so was happy to stick to the Chouffe Houblon Dobbelen.