Craft beers (trend, revolution?) are in full bloom in Belgrade. Only a couple of years ago, the choice of hefeweizens or IPAs was limited or plainly non-existent in town. Actually, only true beer enthusiasts were familiar with the terms that are now imprinted in the menus of recently opened pubs, such as porter, pale ale or single malt. And now, hundreds of beer lovers and beer-curious locals are flocking to new, crowded bars.
Zemun’s Crna Ovca (‘Black Sheep’) offers its own brands of craft beers, as well as an array of local and international craft gems. The offer is being expanded almost on a monthly basis – as soon as new types arrive, they organise degustation nights.
Besides that, there are regular pub quizzes organised, as well as various live performances.
Fans of guitar-oriented music will also like the place, as it’s boasting mostly heavier rock tunes. The hosts will be happy to make you feel at home, explaining everything you’d perhaps like to know about any of the items on the menu.