Popped in twice on a recent weekend in Stuttgart (it was across the street from my hotel). Its located upstairs and the entrance is a little hard to find, it’s down the street a bit. Big chintzy German beerhall interior with lots of memorabeerlia. They serve the same 3 beers as every other German bar, but they’re homebrewed and they taste like it (unfortunately I mean that in a not-so-nice way). They also have a Pale Ale, which is a bit odd. This had a really nice fresh hoppy aroma, but lacked all follow-through. Service was fast. Food was bland.
Stopped here for lunch. The place is huge. At lunch about 1/3 of the tables were filled. I quite liked the interior. It looked like there was only one waitress for the whole place so service was a bit slow but friendly. Food was quite good too, bigger portions and prices OK. Beers were quite good too, I especially liked the Pale Ale. Location is good and I liked this a lot better than Calwers Eck. Overall recommended.
Stopped there 40 min before closing, still got pretty nice serving and 2 beers to rate. The interior more seems like an Irish Pub but there is a nice view onto the street. All in all a nice end for the night.
Situated near Stadtmitte station this is another upstairs brewpub. Trad feel to the place but not great. Beer was ok but do have an IPA which wasn’t too shabby. Did cause an international incident by misunderstanding the free soup offer but got let off. Worth if for the ticks but not world beating
Visited 2009 and 07/2014. Stuttgart’s second dated, equally claustrophobic 1st floor (=US 2nd floor) brewpub place starting to catch up with the times thanks to organising initiatory brewing workshops and pairing with CAST’s new blood in Benztown to try their hands at an IPA. Solid Schwarz and varying basic range. Bar service is efficient enough, but largely out of tune with the newer beer scene, say after 1992, while the owner/manager was very nice as soon as we showed an interest, giving us an impromptu full tour of their Being John Malkovich Brauhinterzimmer all tucked away on the 1st floor. "Developing".
Decent place in Stuttgart. It is bigger inside than I initially thought. The selection is limited but the beer is decent enough. The food was good and the service was better. Good place to visit if you are near the downtown area.
A nice enough eatery. While in the center in a touristy area, feels very blue-collar during weekday lunch hour even if the large area is mostly devoid of customers. Fast and nice service. The food is rather plain, the schnitzel thin on meat and fat on breading, the ham has a lot of gristle and fat, but the sauerkraut was delicious. Helles, weizen and schwarz of their own on tap. Only tried the schwarz which was good. Would go back definitely though.