This is the first establishment in the Northern Suburbs, to my knowledge at time of writing, that offers such a wide selection of micro-brewed beers on tap and in bottle and coupled with the tapas-style menu, it's bound to be a popular spot in the foreseeable future.
On the beer side of things, they offer a of different number (eight or ten) of local micro-brewed/"craft" beers on tap, including a great cider and a ginger beer. Bottled they also have large selection of mainly South African beers, but also some familiar and unfamiliar British beers. The prices are decent and pretty much what you expect to pay. A four-beer taster is available to explore the taps, though a little expensive i.m.o.
The food is largely Portuguese, so expect lots of garlic in some dishes and lots of seafood. The tapas selection is very good with three veggie options and another among the selection of mini epsetadas. Sadly though there's no veggie option among the mains, so I expect there aren't many vegetarians in Portugal. The quality and portions were good and the flavours well-balanced, the burgers were big favourites in our party and the only complaint was that there wasn't enough cheese sauce on the burgers, although the bacon jam toppings and patties were quite generous.
The vibe is pretty good, rugby was on the TV and the speaker volume was a little loud, but it's a very lively atmosphere and if you prefer quiet dinners then you should probably look elsewhere. The service was excellent, our waiter was friendly and communicative and appeared more-or-less when we needed.