Managed to pick 45 beers up and with a total of more than 2000 German beers that is pretty impressive. However I was quite disappointed with the store itself. Not THAT many different German breweries are presented and the staffs knowledge seems limited. Lots of dusty shelves and beers. Most were close to expiration date. Prices are without a question the cheapest in Berlin but it would not be my Nr. 1 choice if I were to choose a beer shop in Berlin.
Beer shop in Berlin Charlottenburg, close to the Charlottenburg Castle. Huge selection of beer from Germany and abroad, but foscussed on German beers. Prieces are ok and everytime worth a visit. Smart staff.ä
Last visited in Feb 2016. This is my #1 shop in Berlin to buy beer. Most of the beer in the place is standard German lager but they still have a bigger craft beer section than most places in Berlin. Lots of German craft beer, good selection of Belgian beers, plus some UK and US stuff. Prices are generally very good. Staff are very friendly and helpful, one of the guys even helps carry stuff out to my car on occaison.
Very small shop in good old West-Berlin. This is not one of these hipster craft beer shops, but their range is great and so are the prices. Their main income surely are traditional German every-day beers and specialty beers their hobby.
Small store with good selection. Service was terrible, as the grumpy clerk only recommended regular, uninteresting helles.
JCB (288) Durham, North Carolina | October 11, 2014
Great little store, just a few minutes walk from the U-bahn. Small, jam-packed, but well-organized and littered with great craft offerings: Germans predominant but plenty of standard Belgians, Brewdog, Mikkeller, and a few US entries. The fella at the counter was fantastically friendly and helped me make some selections. Essential spot if you’re staying anywhere on this side of town, and worth a visit in its own right given how accessible it is.
davidtjm (47) Berlin, Germany | September 16, 2014| Updated October 12, 2014
Nice shop in a quiet street in Charlottenburg. Ambrosetti as a company is a huge retailer and a big beverage supplier, rather than just being a small bottle shop. This means that prices are quite low, as the company makes loads of income from its widescale distribution. On the other hand, however, you will find that other beer shops have a more up-to-date selection of German craft beer. Otherwise, the shop has a nice selection of international brews (BrewDog, Belgian trappists etc.) at quite reasonable prices and a load of German traditional-style beers