Huge place, located on busy street, in tourist area. Not much to shout about in terms of interior, but it’s quite cosy. Staff was quick and heplful. Beers we had were mediocre - weizen was ok, but pils had a very strong aroma of canned sweet corn. I have never experienced this aroma in beer with such intensity.
Funny fact - some years ago they decided to have guest beers on tap, so they installed 20 taps. They are still there, next to the main bar, but not used.
Brewhouse is located in the basement, which is open for public on busy days. We were there on Sunday, so it was closed. If you are into craft beer don’t be fooled by their slogan "craft beer and food". Oh, and it is quite expensive, but that’s normal in this area.
Visited February 2016 with beery friends. Weird place, not very welcoming. Large brewpub, german style. Think its more an eating place han a drinking place. We had 4 of their own beers, not very impressed by the condition it was served in.
Visited 8th April 2017. Brewpub by the University. A large, dark interior with plenty of dark wood and seating. A frontage has been added with seating alongside the street is a bit lighter. 4 beers on from the menu. Asked for a tasting flight and got 4 free tasters of all the beer on. Got a small one of favourite as not to feel guilty. Beer quality is average. Prices not too bad. Service decent enough. Not sure I’d rush back.