I love this place, selection is fantastic, always something different on and Alex puts together some the the best tap takeover’s in town. Food changes often, it’s not cheap, but then again you pay for unique beers,
Located in the semi-run down Brunswick East area, this is a nicely set-up bar with 12 taps. We visited on a day that had a New Zealand beer tap takeover, with beers from Hop Federation and Epic. No paddles, which is a downside, so the cheapest you’ll pay for a [small] beer is about $9 ($15-16 for pints), expensive even for Australia. Service is alright, nothing very friendly. Definitely worth a stop when in town.
Really love this place. Always something interesting on the taps. Never even needed to look at the bottles (though there seems to be a few). Service is generally great (though it does get busy after work sometimes). Nice modern craft beer decor feel, but still relaxed. Lovely beer garden out the back when the weather’s good.
Ngejo (37) Jakarta, Indonesia | September 19, 2014| Updated July 14, 2016
Not a lot but still great beer selection on tap and bottle. Food is ok but slightly expensive. Nice atmosphere.
Samma (38) Fitzroy, Australia | December 15, 2013| Updated December 28, 2015
This place is probably the most adventurous and repeat visit worthy of the craft beer venues on this side of the Yarra (i.e. if you can’t be bothered heading to Local Taphouse and dealing with St Kilda types). Has very frequent ’tap takeovers’, some local, some NZ, some international. Has a very good capacity to get rare (for Melbourne) beers in. In all my visits, I’ve never bothered to get a bottle, so that speaks for the tap range. Food is OK, if a little on the small/over-engineered side. Service is typically excellent, and the vibe is often beer nerdy (i.e. more follks checking in beers of untappd than should be allowed).
Great vibe in this place. really enjoy my experience every time. Trivia, Football, excellent tap list and great food. The dudes behind the bar are absolute gents too! Pricing is not the cheapest in town
Visited on July 27, 2013. Ate pasta with chili and olive oil. Food was OK. My mate ordered some meatballs or such, thought it’d come with pasta, but didn’t. Not an extensive food range, I’d say eat before you go if you’re actually hungry. Mainly imported beers on the tap list, and expensive at that. Likely exotic and nice if you’re local, but as a visiting beer tourist nothing much I’d go hunting for here when looking for domestic beers. Pretty crowded this evening when we visited, hard to get seats for 5 people it was. Sort of boring venue, narrow by the bar. Good service.