Setting - 6 | Selection - 8 | Service - 7 | Food - | Value - 7 | Overall - 8

A small beer store located well out of the center but easy enough to reach on the metro (airport line). There's basically one high table outside to drink at and no seats but the solid selection of local and import beers makes it worth it anyway. I was able to find a couple of ticks that I hadn't seen elsewhere including a new local brewery. Worth venturing to if your in town for a while.

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

Centrally located, this place ticks all of the main boxes for me. A rock/metal bar with viking style decor, dark with two rooms inside and a terrace out front. There's a great beer selection (local and import) on tap and by bottle/can and the owner seems friendly enough. The only downside (unfortunately a big one) - smoking inside is allowed. Definitely not a good idea going on a busy night due to that.

Setting - 8 | Selection - 7 | Service - 7 | Food - | Value - 6 | Overall - 8

A fairly big place with a decent sized terrace on a quiet street in the center. Mostly local Croatian beers available on tap, though unfortunately a few taps were off when I visited.

There’s also a pretty awesome space on the roof with a great view.

Misses atmosphere a bit on a weeknight and didn't really make me want to stick around. A bit more life on a Friday though and nice enough.

Setting - 8 | Selection - 5 | Service - 9 | Food - | Value - 7 | Overall - 7

Visited with Iznogud, Marko and Hrabren on the walk back from Abassada to the center. It's an old fashioned looking bar, long and thin with strange 2 person tables and a large bar to the other side.

Nothing crazy in the way of beers but 2 taps offered up some nice ticks for me. Very much a local feel, good atmosphere and friendly service.

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

Located around a 20 minute walk out of the center it's a modern shop in a mainly. residential area with seating outside. There's 3 taps and a well picked selection for around 200 beers.

They offer up something different in that they're looking to introduce lambic to Croatia. They're well stocked on Tilquin particularly but also have a selection of 3 Fonteinen and hopes to include others soon. As well as this they import Dutch and UK beer, but also have a fridge with quality Croatian beers.

The owners are friendly, generous and knowledgeable which all adds up to this being a really top spot in Zagreb.