Basic and pretty small brewpub in the trendy quarter of Friedrichshain, presumably located in a former butcher’s or dairy-shop, because some walls are ornated with ancient and archetypal tiles. Fortunately they offer mainly well crafted traditional german styles and not only " trendy" ales. The quite friendly service, by ugly Berlin standards, the tasty beers and a very relaxed atmosphere are worth a visit.
OK place in F-hain. Three fly-over beers and two rotating specials, mostly single hop pales. Pretty good but nothing to write home about. Great ambiance in the small front room, back room is a bit dumpier and full of smokers.
Busy brewpub in F’hain part of Berlin. Place has a nice atmosphere and is housed in what used to be a butcher’s shop. Six taps with four standards (light lager, dark larger, hefeweizen and cider) and two rotating seasonals. When I went the seasonals were a super drinkable pale ale and a less enjoyable altbier. They offer some small snacks but have never tried the food. Beer prices are super reasonable, cheapest draft craft beer in Berlin.
Visited December 2015. It was crowded but we found a seat. Was too busy chatting, so I’m not even sure how we got the beer - whether there was service or we ordered at the bar. Anyway - it’s a brewpub, and the beer’s good, and the tiles that cover the walls are interesting. Well worth a visit.