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De Drie Fleschjes serves a wide range of Dutch Gin (Jenevers), including Corenwyn from Lucas Bols and a variety of liquors such as "Half and Half", "Bitter Cookies" and of course, the famous "Walk in the Woods" (Boswandeling). Gulpener beer is on...more
Hours Today: 14:00 - 20:30
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Gravenstraat 18, 1012 NM Amsterdam, The Netherlands
I walked by twice and missed it. But when I found it, it was well worth the search.
One of the oldest operating pubs in the Netherlands. Great story behind the casks. Lots of drink choices along with a fun bar menu.
Seating is inside...More
A lovely spot with enthusiastic and friendly barmen. Settle in for a session. Taste a few of the beers and then sip some Gin with locals. Make friends with ones that have a key for the barrels. Chaos ensues.
Stumbled across this little gem while looking for a "pub" in Amsterdam. A good range of beers in an authentic setting, it is quite pricey, but worth it to try things other than Heineken and Amstel. The barkeep was helpful and honest, returning my wallet...More
We spend some hours here just sitting and having a beer and looking at the life in the street. The bar have a "barrel for rent" so that locals could rent there own barrel space with there own "something" in it. Funny story and very...More
the place is amazing - besides regular beer they offer a number of liquors and it all looks very peculiar. the bartender was very nice and patient with quite a large and indulged company.
perfect in good weather, you can sit outside. we promise to...More
My dad told me it was the oldest bar in Amsterdam which, if true, is very cool. It definitely had a feel of that and the location was great. The specialty sipping cocktails were interesting if you like gin/vokda. I didn't love mine, but I...More
As lovers of gin we went in to try the local (and original) Jenever but soon moved on to the bols with the most amazing range of flavours to suit all tastes. Incredibly knowledgeable staff, very friendly and generous with their tastings. Great experience.
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