Visited on a Tuesday evening. Pretty crowded due to a football mach and a rather large group. The latter made the wait for my food (flammkuchen ) pretty long as I guess they had ordered just before I got there. The atmosphere and staff were friendly and the beer was quite decent. Certainly a place worth visiting. Both S-bahn and U-bahn is just a short walk a way, and my favorite brewpub in Friedrichshain (Hops & Barley) is not far away either. I’ll be back!
Visited on a Sunday afternoon. Classic but also stylish modern interior, a bit sterile, not very cozy. Beers were the best of the brewpub-beers I’ve had in Berlin, especially the Winterbock was a nice surprise. Didn’t have any food. Would visit again, but only for the beers.
Cosy restaurant/pub with decent amount of seating places. The house brewery offers 4 beers from tap. Pils, Dunkel. Weizen and seasonal (Märzen during my visit) The also have a separate smokers area with big screen for watching sports. Overall quite typical Friedrichshain restaurant/pub with focus on house brews with a good amount of dishes on the menu. Very nice to spend an evening at. Close to Franfurter Allee Station. Service was good.
Very bright and open cafe, good Flammkuchen though I tend to like them a bit thicker. Sweet service, and though Hertha was playing today (and losing, but is there really a difference?), the door to the smoky back room with the loud television managed to shield me from most of the mourning. Place is easy to find and I always seem to find some colorful characters in this area. Beers were a little hit or miss, the super fresh seasonal was excellent but the dailies might have been from the bottom of the barrel. Worth throwing into a crawl with Hirsch and Hops & Barley. And Gute Mucke!
Visited for lunch on a Saturday just after opening, and was the only one there. But given the area, you can imagine some loud and fun nights most days of the week. Four beers on tap this day and pretty good beers too. The cassoulet I had was quite Germanized, but no need to complain about a simple fried duck leg served with bacon and sausage as a beeer companion. And the fingerling-type roast potatoes showed a bit of ambition too.
Whole package--good atmosphere (more restaurant/cafe than bar but nice place for conversation), good music, good service, good food (had blue cheese walnut & spinach flammkuchen) and very good beer, probably the most promising of all the Berlin brewpubs beer-wise with the possible exception of Brew Baker.