El bar con más grifos de Madrid, centrado en belgas, alemanas y checas de marca. Se echa en falta alguna artesanal y alguna Ale e Ipa, pero es un buen lugar para tomar cervezas de barril. El local está bien ambientado.
Hace tiempo que no paso por aquí... mi último recuerdo es de una chica muy maja que me ofreció una CRUZCAMPO LIGHT...
Aun asi he entrado alguna que otra vez en la casa de todos... Está en un gran sitio y si cambiara de filosofía podria ser muy grande.
Visited October 2013. Some taps and plenty of bottles - lots of Belgian ales and bigger, trendy breweries from the US such as Flying Dog and Sierra Nevada. Friendly staff who was resourceful enough to fix me a vegan sandwich and a big space. Good option when it’s late at night and the nearby Animal Bar is already closed.
Yes, there’s a lot of beers on tap but unfortunately pretty usual Belgian selection supported by few from Czech Republic. The only Spanish beer that they usually serve wasn’t available at the time. Nice big wooden bar and upper floor that reminds me a lot of Caledonia Budapest. Prices are ok, and bottled beers were also mainly from Belgium. Standard European US beer selection (Left Hand, Flying Dog, Anchor). We got cold tapas from table next to us (people were just leaving).
The place with more taps in Madrid. Selection is Belgian/German mostly. Was nice to find a flying dog Nelson sauvin on tap! Would wonder if they consider changing a little bit of the tap list with some "fresh" new things. For sure the place will benefit!!
Very Belgian orientated pub. Some German beers also available. The selection wasn’t bad at all but as I was looking for Spanish microbrews I wasn’t exactly thrilled. On Tuesday night very quiet. Nice bottle decorations on the windows. But why the bottles should be full ones?