Fantastic selection of rare beers, especially from America and Belgium, although the prices are very steep - there's more than a few bottles at £15. Although you'd be hard pressed to compare the going rate without paying for flights.
|Service was friendly and knowledgeable. It would appear that you need a beard to work here!|
|The place was packed when we visited - the second day of opening - and, as you'd expect from a real ale place, there was only a couple of girls present, heavily outnumbered by middle aged men and 1970's bearded beer connoisseurs. The music was spot on... Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers' "Don't Do Me Like That" is a great tune to sip an India Pale Ale to.|
|It was only the second day after opening so they probably hadn't finished the building work off completely. It's like drinking in somebody's front room, very homely and inviting. There was a beer garden at the back, and more seating upstairs too.|
|Port Street Beer House could well become one of my favourite bars, even if it is on the expensive side. Based next door to Cuba Cafe you could really make a full night of it, with not a bad tune to be heard in either place. I'm tempted to work my way through the menu but at £12 or £15 for some bottles, I'll save those for a special occassion.|
| ||~ Matthew ~ member since 2005 (January 2011)|