Visited on December 10th 2015. A minute or so from Domscheide tram stop and tucked away the entrance is down a little grubby alley. Inside is a lovely trad venue. Wooden benches and stools around barrels. 2 beers on, hell and dunkel. Both decent. Service quick. Prices not too bad. Smallest pour is 0.4l . Nice place
Dark and old fashioned brewpub in a narrow little street along the city center of Bremen, Easy reachable by foot / no parkings. The beers were okay, the service fast and friendly, the atmosphere noisy and loud. Were there before a Bundesliga match and it was crowded with football fans. French fires were very tasty (for our child), we did not order any food. Prices are okay, but 0,4l of water for 3,60€ (the same price like for the same amount of beer) is not correct and normally against the law of the DEHOGA. Beers were available in 0,5l to take away.
bartlebier (129) Belchium im Biersgau, Germany | December 7, 2014| Updated August 15, 2015
Visited 01/12/2014. Multi-storied darkwood beercave tucked away in thick old hanseatic dungeon walls in the city centre. Brisk & cheerful service happy to go and ask about the kind of local Bremen hops cultivated for their new pale ale (Amarillo) and retrieve some takeaway bottles. Enjoyable basic German brewery grub with a local offal sausage classic Knipp and fair enough prices. Packed with both locals, groups and tourists on a MON evening.
Located just off the Market with its beautiful City Hall, this place is, well, possibly your only chance of getting a nom-macro on tap. Dark interior, mediocre food and not very impressive beer, but go there to get Bremen ticks at a popular price.
Central brauerei in Bremen that not worth a visit at all. Poor selection, and two home beers that are nothing special. Neither the service was nice. Didnt try the food. Hope this is not the best place in the city. A poor image for the tourists..
After eventually finding this venue I been back several times as in the town centre so easy to get to. However service is always well below par... slow and rude on more than 1 occasion... But I go for the beer! The dunkel is above average but the hell varies between average and superb (luck of the draw!)
This place has a cozy beer cellar and is located in the very center of Bremen. There are two house beers, which are both okay, but they have no seasonals. The beers were very cheap at my visit as I had come across their happy hour which is every day 17.00 - 20.00, where 20 cl costs you a flat euro. The food looked god, but we didn’t eat. The service was okay, but nothing more.