Visited on 5th April 2017. Popular venue with 2 floors and different beer on each. A chalkboard at the far end of bar from entrance details the beers on downstairs. A well decorated modern feel to the venue, beer advertising on the walls. Behind the bar is a massive display of bottles. Beer range is excellent with mostly Polish beer on Keg but also a Brewdog beer snuck in there. Picked up a few new ticks from upstairs. Small pours available which helps. Service was good, prices good. Definitely worth a visit to this one
A nice place with a long bar counter and a good selection of bottled beers. But, I doubt that they have 19 beers on tap. Efficient service, English speaking staff and great Polish beers from Pinta and Ale Browar on tap. (Visited September 22nd 2013)
This is a hard one to review, as I’d been to so many other places, and it was quite late. And I wrote no notes, not even keywords. A rather nice noble interiour - dark wood and characterful decorations fitting with the town! I also do remember staff getting beers into my grabbing little hands, and then me enjoying them, and that’s all that really matters, isn’t it? They had some good stuff in their line-up too. Absolutely will visit again, not just to write a proper review, but because this was genuinely a very good place to get moar ticks.
Good selection of beer, mostly from the eastern parts of Europe (Poland, Ukraine, Russia), but also German, Austrian, Czech and Begian beer. Pretty crowded on a Saturday night. Good location, not far from the main square. About 150 different beers.
Tim Webb (486) Bristol, England | August 24, 2012| Updated August 25, 2012
I disagree with m’n’eer Oakes on this one. Two blocks off the main square of the old centre. Beyond the group of UK stag weekenders mellowing with appreciation of beers they could not pronounce, not overtly tourisicated. On eof the four top rate international beer bars in Krakow. I counted 150 bottled beers with about 80 Polish, and for the latter alone I would score them high. Bar staff offered good advice about beers in three languages. Music a bit loud for the elderly (i.e. me) but at least it was 180 degrees off Simon Cowell.
We were here in the week, so avoided the stag dos. Quite a nice place I thought with a decent bottle selection available on display behind the bar. They go off to get you a refrigerated version though. Open earlier than some of the other places around, so that’s a bonus for someone with a short time in Krakow.
Visited Friday 19th December 2014.. Two bar’s areas , up stairs and down stairs , the one down looks like a bier Keller and even remind me some places in Belgium .. Up stairs is more a regular bar .. Usual selection of polish micros plus some more familiar beer .. Not too bad