Nice cool place with a biergarten outside. I stayed just on the beer garden, really cool place and with a good atmosphere. A good place to spend hours with beers. The selection is good with pils, weizen and dunkel beer for a good price. You can eat also flamenkuchen but I didn’t try it.
A very local place for mostly students. Fast and nice service with low prices of both food and beer.
Got a pretty copper destilation equipment in the facilities that was working when I was there. The brew master also nice and eager to talk.
Visited inter festas 2015-XII. Friendly off-the-beaten-track Brauhauskeller bombshelter aka one-man-and-his-helpers project well tucked away in more nondeScript residential Wedding en route to Vagabund. Great Kellerpils and a few solid variations on traditional themes, including dryhopped Kellers and Bocks. Bring your own food, families mix with locals, peoples collecting kegs, drop-ins like us. Very decent in-house Flammkuchen.
Charming brewpub in Wedding, walking distance from the equally brilliant Vagabund brewpub and the Hopfen & Malz bottle shop. Unlike Vagabund, the focus here is on regular modern German beer styles, which are unfiltered and very tasty for very reasonable prices. If you’re hunting Pale Ales, Stouts, or large selections of craft beer, you’ll be disappointed, but if you fancy some well-brewed traditional beer then give it a visit
Visited on a Sunday afternoon in July 2015, this place took a little finding, it’s signposted but hidden away downstairs in the courtyard of some tower block. Large room with nooks and crannies to sit in, 3 beers on tap but no seasonal, beer was ok. Food was a Flamkuchen which was good. It’s a decent place, now I’ve tried the beers I would probably pop in again but only en route to somewhere better