cratez wrote:I live across the street and shop at the retail store frequently as they usually have 1-2 rotators available and fresh stock of stalwarts like Boneshaker and Fracture.
The pub is fine and I sometimes go there to catch a game and try a couple new beers, but the rotators on tap are typically the same ones sold in the store, so it's less of a draw since you're paying more to drink the same "interesting" stuff that you can bring home.
That said we've never had any issues with the service (despite what others have experienced), the food ranges from decent to good, the bottle list is always solid, and we really enjoyed spending New Years Eve here, so overall I have a pretty favourable impression of the place.
It's also a great option if you wanna go somewhere with non-beer geek friends and still be able to drink well. They'll be happy with the 416 or Blonde and will probably enjoy the music (Top 40) and various games on, and you get to drink Vicars Vice on cask...a win-win for everyone.
midlife crisis wrote:Went once early on and haven't been back, but mostly for reasons of geography/convenience, not any dissatisfaction with my experience or Amsterdam in general. The chaos on Queens Quay W is a disincentive, for me at least.
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