tomer (84) Rishon Le Zion, Israel | March 22, 2010
A typical looking brewpub with all the standard shiny fermantation vessels as a background. Situated on a balcony inside a small dreary shoping mall which does not add points to its score. Service and food are fair. An allright place but nothing special about it.
Visited in September 2014. Located very close to Alexanderplatz, around five minutes from Brauhaus Lemke. A quite big place with indoor and outdoors seating. The service was fast and friendly, it was a quiet Monday evening. I only had a Bierprobe with four beers. Two of the beers were ok and the other two quite boring to be honest.
Located in a tourist area, which means it is a little more expensive. I had their seasonal beer, the maerzen and it was average. The bartender was funny and gave decent service. A more modern looking place. Not a must see place.
Located in the heart of Berlin. just off Alexanderplatz, this architectural misfit does not look particularly inviting. Actually, I thought it was closed before I climbed up the stairs leading to the main entrance. On entering, however, I found myself in a spacious hunting lodge with a long bar and neat furniture. The staff were friendly, if not excessively attentive. The selection is limited to the brewpub’s own output, and samples of all beers are available. Decent, if not mind-blowing, as is the food - I had their beergulash. Not excessively pricey, and not poshy, either. Fantastic location.
Great place for a tourist visiting Berlin. Right under the Fernsehnturm. They serve a beertasting of 4 of their beers, so you don’t have to choose :)
Food is fine. Price is normal for location/what you get. Good pitstop during sightseeing.
One of the most touristic brewpub in Berlin, right behind Alexanderplatz and under the Fernsehturm. Nice, fake-old interiors, nice terrace overlooking the S-Bahn, nothing more to say. Service fast and attentive. Four beer present: pils, dunkel, weizen and a seasonal (this time of the year Weihnachtsbock). A bit pricey to be Berlin, but you pay for the location, not for their beers