Visited July 2010 Spacious place on the side of the river (which is brown and doesn’t really provide an attractive sight); the two big copper kettles are on display; overall it seems more a commercial operation than a craft beer offer. I rarely have seen so many waiters in a German pub, the good thing is that they are all smiling; I asked to try all the beers, and the English speaker waiter provided me half glasses of them; thanks for the good service! They have 4 beers on draught, 3 are own Weizen (did the brewmaster finish all the barley malt and Hallertau hop???), one is a Kellerbier from another brewery (how strange, you make an investment for a brewery and you are not able to brew a Kellerbier); the strange thing is that the Kellerbier is even their best offer, but at least they chose one beer that is not so better than theirs. I didn’t eat there; the menu is in line with most breweries, maybe just a couple of items are less common (e.g. gulash); I would expect it to be very standardized.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 5/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 16/20