WoW. What a lovely little store. Outstanding bottle selection.
Helpful and generous staff. Had a long nice chat and he even served me beer!
My friends was there at a beer tasting. Just loved the place.
A fine little gem and a must visit!
Not far away from Bellevue s-bahn station. 10-15 min walk. Depend on how much beer.....
Great little shop in Moabit. Not the widest selection of beer, but certainly the most interesting selection I have seen in Berlin. Nice selection of German (and some Austrian) craft beer, a decent selection and Belgian and some other imported quality beer. Very friendly and knowledgeable owner. Certainly on my must-visit list in Berlin.
Nice little store with a wine-beer section.
Inside, not the craziest amount of selection but one that shines by the variety of the beers. The owner knew very well ll the details about his beers and offers some very nice small German offerings such as Häffner Bräu and Braustelle along with other little gems that are off the beaten path. Very helpful friendly service and all in English with plenty of beer recommendations to visit in Berlin.
A nice selection of Belgian beers and many British ones. A good selection of Brewdogs with even the Abstrakt serie. Beer prices are ok while some can be a little overpriced especially when buying small German new beer styles.
Also sells some beer books and local products along with a nice selection of sake.
Good to see a litle store with an owner who actually cares about what he sells.
A wine shop with a beer habit, this is a good place for buying a few things to taste. Too pricey to buy anything in bulk. Charmingly cluttered. Rainer knows his stuff and has a good palate. Would love to see wider selection of interesting German beers.
One of the nicer store in Berlin. You can find a great selection of beer with amazing breweries from many countries as De Molen, Brewdog, Brasserie Dupont, Mikkeller, Toøl, Flying Dog... This is an amazing selection for Berlin, prices are a little bit expensive but it’s fine for this kind of Beers.
Went here a few times in late 2011/early 2012, had some nice things unusual for Germany (even Europe) and I like the community building (tastings, etc.) but the prices were quite high and I never did quite shake off the dislike of small boutique owner hovering. I’m a little burned up that the proprietor decided to rate his own store here on Rate Beer, though the enthusiasm might be forgiven if he didn’t rate down the other shops in the city.
Best place in Berlin for craft beer! Super nice owner, very interested in beer and very chatty. Lots of German and American beer, even some nice fresh-ish American west coast IPAs. A must go when in town.
Lovely little place and clearly with a passion for beer. The selection has mostly the international staples: Great beer, but not much new if you’re an experienced beer traveller in Europe (or has daily access to beer shops in Denmark/London/Rome or elsewhere) There is a very limited German selection, but some real gems among them. The prices are quite steep, but you can’t really compare to German standard beer anyway.
Popped in for a few interesting German beers and left with a case of 16! The guy that runs this is friendly and super knowledgable. The range is impressive and clearly hand-picked with some very good English, American & Belgian selections. I got the impression there was a rolling stock of new lines, so I expect there’s always something new and different here.
There isn’t a sign outside the shop, so it looks kind of hidden until you see the beer window display.
If you’re into your beer and in Berlin, you really can’t miss this place. In all, I had a nice chat and got a bit more educated about German beer history as well as picking up some quality "classic" German beers.