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1. Café Slijterij OosterlingUtrechtsestraat 140, Amsterdam
2. A. van Wees Distilleerder De OoievaarDriehoekstraat 10, Amsterdam
3. Proeflokaal de AdmiraalHerengracht 319, Amsterdam
4. House of Bols Cocktail & Genever ExperiencePaulus Potterstraat 14, Amsterdam
5. Wynand FockinkPijlsteeg 31, Amsterdam
6. Proeflokaal De Drie FleschjesGravenstraat 18, Amsterdam
7. Proeflokaal De OoievaarSint Olofspoort 1, Amsterdam
8. In de OlofspoortNieuwebrugsteeg 13, Amsterdam
This Rembrandtplein-adjacent bar/distillery/cafe has outdoor seating for nice weather, but regardless of the temperatures, you can always find a quality drink (jenever!) here.
Located in the Jordaan, this is one of the last authentic distilleries left in Amsterdam, which is pretty impressive considering they got their start in 1782.
Owned by theA. van Wees distillery, this tasting room/bar is the premier spot to taste the latest batch of booze coming out of the distillery.
Want to hit up a spot that is an event venue, liquor store, and museum? This is your spot. Here you can take a tour and learn about the world's oldest distilled spirit brand and have a drink to cap it off.
This old-school liquor store/bar serves up tasty jenever (as well as other drinks), but make sure you come at the right time, or it may be too crowded to grab real estate inside.
Located near Dam Square, this is the oldest tasting room in Amsterdam, getting its start in 1650. It offers up gins, a variety of liquors, and beer.
This cozy 18th-century bar and cafe serves a mostly local crowd a number of different specialty drinks and 17th-century “medicines”, which are also drinks.