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During our two-week-stay in St. Lucia we were visiting Castries; because we were advised to by our local driver, we had a stop at Antillia to taste the beer.
The staff was very nice and suggested different styles to try. All of them were good...More
Antilla seems to be the only craft beer on St Lucia. Good beer but not great. Better than the local Piton swill. The location at the cruise ship terminal advertises being open daily but is really only open on days when cruise ships are in...More
If you like beer, there is only a certain amount of Piton lager you can drink before desperately needing something that tastes like a proper beer. And you will find decent beers here. Over a few visits we tried all the Antillia brews, with both...More
Stopped here while on a cruise.
We had a flight of 5 beers and loved them all. You can scope them out on Untappd.
Staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. The view is also amazing.
Def out this on your list!!
I arrived to the port a few year ago, I had forgotten to make my review at that time. I was not wise to this review thing, anyway that being said I walked over to the bar and was greeted by the staff. Having such...More
I discovered this gem while walking around the duty free shops at the cruise port. I noted they had an IPA available. As my good friend and I love IPA, I convinced him to give it a try. We were not disappointed. They have many...More
This tasting room, actually island style open side wall room, is located at the very end of Point Seraphine. I was figured the place would be packed with two cruise ships in port, but perhaps due to very little signage pointing the way, there was...More
Hi Judit, they have a micro brewery which is a quite small scale. You can see the brewing facilities from the bar area and I'm sure the staff will let you have a closer look if you are interested. When we ate there we didn't... More
Hi Judit, they have a micro brewery which is a quite small scale. You can see the brewing facilities from the bar area and I'm sure the staff will let you have a closer look if you are interested. When we ate there we didn't need a reservation - they did standard bar food such as fish and chips, burgers etc.
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