KnutAlbert (292) Oslo, Norway | February 26, 2013
58 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 12/20
Just another late night kiosk, but with a broader beer selection than most. Boasts of 250 beers, probably around 70. Some Trappists if you want a change from the German stuff. Cheap.
flemmingwillum (2) Nysted, Denmark | March 19, 2012
66 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 4/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 15/20
A beer and wine shop located just next to the Rosa-Luxemburg U-bahn Station. The stickers on the windows proclaims 250 different beer in the store, but I estimate about 90 - 120. No taps, but several bottled beers I didnít notice elsewhere in Berlin, both german and belgian brews, as well as some some exotic ones (Argentina and central american countries) Thereís a couple of tables where you can drink your beer (from the bottle I suppose, as I didnít see any glassware). When I went looking for more beer around in the store as I was trying to find the rest 130 types, the owner made sure I was guided back to the 4 fridges in the main room, telling this was all the different beer for sale. Elsewise he wasnít really much present so it was kind of hard to decide if he had some knowledge about beer or was more of a wine-man (the store has a wide selection of world wide wine as well). Selection was bigger than other Berlin stores and had a lot of beer I didnít see elsewhere; then again, I never got to Berlin Bier Shop in Kirchstrasse. Quite cheap prices 1 - 2 Ä per bottle. All in all; for those who normally have access to bars and beer stores in Belgium or Copenhagen it is not worth going a big detour for, but as most of "beer stores" in Berlin is practically supermarkets, and some better than others, this might be a place you want to check out when youíre in Berlin anyway, or if you live in Berlin area.