big tourist trap... almost a parody of a german brauhaus. some bizarre ’entertainment’, food decent but expensive, beer expensive and while better than the yellow bubbly water sold most places still below par
Quite cool big place, the brewhouse in the center is pretty nice and well taken care of, it was actually in use when i came by, nice to smell the good odor of boiling wort. Service is nothing to care about, since there is about more than 75 servers on the floor (no joke i count them...) and we are less than 10 custommers... Beer is ok, just dont mind the little off taste here and there, its just nice to have some craft beer in Thailand... Anyway from a month here i noticed they are not pretty good in fermentation sience... I say it worth the move im happy to be here! give it a try!
Large,busy and lively.Usually serving 3 beers which are good by Thai standard and welcome change from all the bottled fizz.Food is good and there is entertainment too.Easy enough to get to and worth checking out.
Massive place that seats 500+. Lots of musical acts keep things lively. Attentive staff serving quickly. Bilingual menus. Food menu is pretty extensive, with some dishes better than others. Only 3 beers on tap the day I was there (sometimes they have a 4th). Pils and Weizen were not bad, Dunkel a little disappointing. Bit out of the way, but the BRT express busline stop is just outside. Then about 10 minutes north to get to Sathron/Chong Nonsi (BTS skytrain station)./
Please ignore the Pradit Janie am part of the address, the hall is on the corner of Rama 3 and Naradhiwas ratchanakharin roads. Show is different every night, pace picks up around 8pm. Food is excellent. Beer is best in Thailand, which might not say much, but the Weizen is fruity and the dunkel is good for a hot country( a truly thick dark beer in Thailand would be bad upon stepping out in tropical heat.