Popped in just to confirm what I had heard, though this may have had beer in the past, it’s now just a wine store. Nothing to do with beer and no purpose to visit from a beer point of view.

Setting - 5 | Selection - 6 | Service - 5 | Food - | Value - 5 | Overall - 5

Located a stone’s throw from the old harbour, it’s basically a tourist shop selling all manor of stuff. The surprise is, there’s actually a fair few local beers available, including a couple I hadn’t seen elsewhere at the time of visiting. Suffice to say I walked out happy with 3 new Crete ticks. Worth a visit, you’ll be passing by anyway.

Setting - 9 | Selection - 7 | Service - 8 | Food - | Value - 8 | Overall - 7

A dive bar in a stunning location with a decent selection of beer on tap and by bottle. The terrace out front gives a great view of the old harbour and makes it a great place to stop for a beer or several. Local Chania beers are available on tap and bottle, and there's a huge selection of spirits too. Friendly and open environment though certainly a little rough around the edges.

Setting - 7 | Selection - 8 | Service - 7 | Food - | Value - 7 | Overall - 7

A small beer shop with a decent selection of mostly Greek brews. There's no terrace or place to sit but it is possible to just have a beer outside on the street. Really better just for takeaway though. Worth visiting as there's certainly some local stuff you won't find elsewhere.

Setting - 6 | Selection - 4 | Service - 7 | Food - | Value - 5 | Overall - 4

More of a coffee place than a bar, with a cycling theme. There's a fridge full of beers though it seems it's not as good as it used to be. There's a fairly limited selection of local beers and some very high priced imports (The Garden brewery at 10 Euros per can).