Visited during Jolly to Bamberg 2014. Just made it inside the door as we were told the place was booked and we could not get any beers. After some negotiation, we were allowed to sit outdoors (in January...) and have some beers. Quite lousy service, and beers were not amazing. I dont plan to visit again.
After some negotiations we were allowed to sit outside and sample some beers while preparations were being made inside. Not really worth going to unless you happen to pass by. Beer isn’t very good, service not very friendly.
Didn’t get a good look at the interior here, as they were preparing for a private function and we were compelled to sit outside to sample their beers, of which there were 3 on tap, two of them awful diacetyl-bombs and one passable Helles. Service was rather unfriendly as well. Grab the ticks and move on.
Modern interior split between the bar/restaurant and the coffee shop. Helles, Dunkel and Weisse on tap during my visit in November 2011, with 3-4 bottles available to-go. Beer was pretty plain and dull.
Iliked this place and went there three times in two days. The selection is not wide but it has a good offering for a southern german brewpub. Music on one evening and good fun food. Amberg has only a few real brewerys operating desoite claim of having 11, and this one is a good one with central location
A clean and modern place with a covered courtyard in front. Stays open later than most places in the old town. Busy, but laid back when we visited at about 1130pm on a Friday night. Clientele was mainly 30s/40s - not a loud, young sort of place. The usual "holy trinity" of German brewpub staples - Helles, Dunkel and Hefeweizen on tap. Solid enough but nothing spectacular. A pleasant enough spot to linger over our last couple of beers before turning in at our hotel just round the corner. Didn’t eat but they were still serving food.