They don’t brew anymore their own beers? I don’t care if the beers they serve are still good and fresh. Had an helles and a dunkels, both good. Very nice interiors, friendly staff. Haven’t tried the food, but I will do it for sure on my next visit.
A protected old dame of a building, currently hiding behind restoration scaffolding, more an inn-restaurant than a bar, with some beautiful features (the worn old staircase, the stripped wood tables and chairs, the more recent wall paintings). Waitress was friendly and had a little of the cheek I so enjoy, but her service was unacceptable: it wasn’t busy at all, but 35 mins between first and second check-ins (I was alone), ten minutes waiting for the ordered second drink, and the promise of a menu unfulfilled. Beers were fine, and if you’re into the ’Deep Cuts’ period of your Berlin beer ticking exploration, it’s easy and worth it to throw this onto the U7 crawl with neighboring Südstern. If you’re more pressed for time, avoid it.
Very nice old building that looks like old public school or small factory. Two not so good beers and two very pissed waitresses. Not so many people, not so loud music, all in all quite uninteresting place. No proper glassware and we even didn’t get coaster under our glasses. Rate beers as fast as you can and go elsewhere.
Nice, but closing at 22.00... Deco is cool, did not try the food. Beer is typical, schwarz, pils,... Price is ok, maybe food is good, but this is a restaurant to go eat have some good beer, not a pub to spend the afternoon trying great beer.
Brewpub in the southern part of Berlin, within walking distance from U- and S-bahn station Hermannstrasse. Nice wooden interior, but since we visited on a hot July afternoon we settled for the large, but cozy beer garden. They had two of their own beers on tap: Helles and Dunkles, which were a bit average. Had the schweinshaxe to eat and it was quite delicious and came in generous portions. Service was friendly, but fiercely slow.
Be sure to type the streetname right - it is not Glasgower strasse, which also exists, but Glasower strasse. A pretty place, more like a restaurant than a brewpub, with pretty paintings on the stone wall, wooden tables and chairs. Only two own beer when we visited, but also found a cider in a bottle.