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  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 8/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 5/10
  • OVERALL 11/20
Terminus  (391) St. Louis, Missouri | December 17, 2012
hahahaha! I scored this the same as Gnoff did. Ok, so here we were, Gnoff, Rhialistic and myself ( with one other non-ratebeer guy). We were on a metal cruise that stopped a few blocks away. Gnoff and I were on a quest to try all the Bahama beers we could find. So, we found this little hole in the wall dive place. Hmm, can i just say this place is interesting? Well, they had a bunch of Bahama beers, so we got to try many. The service was umm.....intersting as well. There was a somewhat attractive chic and an old burly black man who said "he had the pharmacy if you know what i mean". Um, i wasnt interested. Prices are a bit on the high side but if you want to try some Bahama beers, this is your spot. needless to say, an experience to say the least!
  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 5/10
  • SELECTION 8/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 9/10
  • OVERALL 13/20
gnoff  (711) Göteborg, Sweden | December 9, 2012| Updated November 30, 2013
Visited December 5, 2012.
We wandered around downtown Nassau chasing any bar, cafe or restaurant that was open before 1100 am to have some beers from Bahamas. Finally when walking along the warf towards Señor Frogs we saw this place called Casablanca on the left with an "open" sign, in we went. Tiny place, looks like a whole in the wall, but they did have 5 different beers from the Bahamas for 4 USD each, as well as various other bottles and cans, mainly from the US. We sat on rickety bar stools having our beers and having fun, after that long walk in the sun we needed our beers. Started with Kalik Premium which was pretty decent, followed by Bush Crack on cans that we had good times about the name, followed with a Sands Light that was way overdue on BB date and horribly oxidized, next a Sands that was drinkable, and finished it all off with a High Rock Lager which even surprised us with some hops. They were out of the Strong Back Stout at this time, but we managed to find that later in a liqour store. I never used the restrooms but my mates who did came out laughing saying it was the smallest restroom they’d ever seen. The lady working the drinks messed up one order and broughts three Sands Light when we ordered three different brands, but she took two of them back without any hassle. Not the best place in the world, but the only place we found open early and that had quite a few of the Bahamas beers. Señor Frogs mainly had Mexican stuff and Hard Rock Cafe packed only two local brands.
So to get to the somewhat shady looking, but beer carrying, Casablanca, ignore the tour salesmen at the port, take a right, walk along the warf towards Señor Frogs, and keep an eye to the left when getting close to SF, get them early morning beers and start ticking away!

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