Lisbon’s biggest imported and local beer selection.
Located at the back of a beco (alley) east of Praça Comércio, this looks like a tiny hole in the wall until you turn the corner of the entrance. This large two-level beer bar offers an impressive menu of imported and local beers at decent prices. With such a huge selection, you shouldn’t be surprised if at times they are out of the Russian Baltika beers, or the Brooklyn Lager, but all of their six taps are always stocked with their daily specials. While the inside is shabby at best, it’s still one of the better places to sit down with a group of friends, a bundle of laughs, and an IPA on tap. They generally carry the full line of Portugal’s biggest small-batch brews, so you can try them all if you don’t mind a zig-zagged walk home. Unlike some other beer pubs, this one generally has ample space for larger groups, as well as quiet corners for more intimate toasting.