Setting - 5 | Selection - 6 | Service - 7 | Food - | Value - 6 | Overall - 6
Named after Moondog but music was all easy listening / music of pop music. Airco going hard inside, very friendly service, tacky fake USA Bar & Grill feel. Large menu of beers in Delirium tradition but not everything is available, some Cypriot beers we haven’t seen before but they were out. 15+ taps but largely industrial macro beer & 2 – 3 common Cypriot beers. Beers are largely from bigger names, one of those place that have loads of stuff on the menu but little of it is interesting. Rabbit Hop next door to them – also owned by them is far more interesting.
Setting - 8 | Selection - 8 | Service - 8 | Food - | Value - 8 | Overall - 7
Same owner as Moondog Bar & Grill next door but way more interesting. Beer store with larger selection below, hot sauces, beers from Uiltje, Jopen, Monyo, Stone, Flying Dog etc. Really nice selection. Decent prices, some of it in the fridge. This is also partially a bar with 8 taps, 6 were on with beers from Stone & Amager at decent prices and not the most common even. Got a Stone TIPA large pour, nice. Focus is imports and not Cypriot beers but definitely worthwhile.
Setting - 8 | Selection - 8 | Service - 9 | Food - | Value - 9 | Overall - 8
Located by the wall, central, looks nice, tourists stop by from time to time to take a picture of the wall. Best brewery in Cyprus in my opinion. Run by a friendly Czech expat and metalhead. Located in the old Pivo brewery. Světlý, IPA, Stout, Wheat were all good, NEIPA interesting, more candy-like a bit but he also admitted it not being his style, still good. All available, small cans, large cans & 400 ml. pours. He kept the place seemingly a bit open for us which was lovely. Czech sausage snack also available.
Setting - 5 | Selection - 6 | Service - 6 | Food - | Value - 6 | Overall - 6
Visited at night, strange place, dim lightning, vaguely cocktail like terrace with loads of plants and Russian Oligarch money feel. Okay service but minimal feel since this place wasn’t for us clearly. Quite a number of craft but very chaotic menu, loads of random terribly rated beers, I had a really bad IPA from Valencia. They do also concerts here apparently. Menu is Heineken, Kozel, BrewDog, Beavertown etc. Tried a Vodka Mule, vodka with Schweppes or something, okay. Felt a bit like a tacky place for people with money.