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Beer Available At Paulaner im Spreebogen (arranged by most recent)
rauchbierlover (125) Berlin, Germany | September 16, 2014
70 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 13/20
tasty bavarian food. Paulaner on tap, which is always better than a Kindl or a Sterni. A place for eating, rather than for drinking
RuneStumo (73) FōRRESFJORDEN, Norway | February 12, 2014
56 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 5/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 12/20
01.02.2014. Paulaner Premium Pilsner on tap at Paulanerís im Spreebogen. 0,3l Ä2,50, 0,5l Ä3,90. Almost no people there. Only beers from Paulaner.... Kind of boring.
EithCubes (238) New Jersey | May 22, 2012
60 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 12/20
Newish architecture, sort of a brutal office park expanded to be a planned living space for a community. Outside is sterile, Iíd rather take a walk along the Spree instead. Inside is better.
Christian (240) Odense, Denmark | October 17, 2011
44 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 8/20
Big and kitchy Bayrisch beer hall as you would expect. Efficient and quick service of course. No beer menu and hard to get a more detailed description than hell/dunkel/spezial, so youíd better know what you want.
sebletitje (332) Enghien, Belgium | August 12, 2011
46 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 5/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 11/20
Place looked to be in an old industrial brick building. Inside is nice and big and offers all the big efficiency of a corporate place without the soul of a real bar.
Paulaner beers on draft and bottles that I found to be ridiculously overpriced for a brand selling its own products. Near as expensive as the Kadewe.
Foodwise, just another place that offers the same German menu, more expensive as well as other places I have seen.
Service was ok and cold, served me the wrong size beer, then argued with me that I had tried the beer and should have said something once a bartender came outside to drop the beer and ran back in.
Saw I was struggling in German before finally deciding to even bother to reply in English ... meh ... not worth a visit unless you are desperate for Paulaner which almost every shop sells for much cheaper.
Svesse (239) Hšsselby, Sweden | November 13, 2010
58 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 12/20
Restuarant and bar on the north side of Spree, not far from U-bahn station Turmstrasse. Itís actually not on the street, but in a red brick building in a back-yard between the street and the river. They have a good selection of Paulaner beers on tap and nice food. Friendly and efficient service. Hardly a cosy place, but itís a nice place for food and a couple of Paulaner ticks if youíre in the area. Itís a bit out of the way though.
fugitive (172) Athens, Greece | October 20, 2010
78 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 17/20
Great place next to a busy street close to the Spree River.Great service and food, and beers from the tap.
Mooncattie (60) Markham, Ontario | July 25, 2010
70 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 17/20
Paulanerís Berlin location is inside a big old restored and expanded red brick building set pleasantly off a busy street on the north side of the Spree River. There are two small outdoor patio sections, plus a large indoor dark wood interior full service restaurant with wine, "schnapse" etc., but of course itís the nice old monk from Munchen, Paulaner, that brought me here. In July 2010, prices were as follows for the Vom Fass (from the tap): Original Hell or pale lager, or pilsener 2.30 Euros for 0.3l; 3.80 Euros for 0.5 l. The Dunkel and Weissbiers went for 2.70 and 3.90 respectively for the same sizes., I went for a Mass (1 liter stein!) of the Hell for 6.80 Euros. I arrived here, and very much wanted to like it. I really did. But I had my worries, as Iíve visited the famous Paulaner Am See biergarten in Munich more than once and frankly just didnít like the product. Compared to the other so-called Big 6 Beers of the city (other than the awful Lowenbrau), I found Paulaner usually lacking and possibly even a bit stale to the taste. Well! Worry no more. The Paulener Hell at Spreebogen blows all other Berlin beers I have tried (mostly Pils) out of the water. Fresh, smooth as liquid silk, this was the Super Paulaner I had missed in Munich. I found him in Berlin, and looking at the Monk Icon on my Stein, Iím sure I detected a bit of a smile. I tickled his chin and said "Danke Paulie". Now Iím on holidays!
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