I did not like this place. A lot of interesting brew from abroad, but not so many good things from Germany. prices are a bit high in my opinion. 3€ for a dunkel which would cost the half in some other beershop is totally a no go for me.
Great selection of empty bottles, used for decoration. But full bottles are also present, with great selection of both German and American beers. Been there two times, and each time left with bag full of amazing brews. Owner has a great knowledge about beer, and is happy to have a chat about it. The prices are quite high, German beers can be found cheaper aroud town.
I had high expectations coming into this place and they were not even remotely met. Selection was worse than other places in Berlin and not that many American beers, saw one Sierra Nevada. The guy in the shop even sold me a hopfenweisse that had passed BB meaning that it wouldn’t harm the flavor...
davidtjm (47) Berlin, Germany | May 26, 2014| Updated August 21, 2014
Nice beer shop with a good selection of craft beer from Germany and abroad. Large selection of international beers from the US, BrewDog and Mikkeller. Prices are quite high though, at least in comparison to other shops.
A beer and wine shop with beers from, germany, belgium, usa, great britain.
Beers from US is unsual in germany, on the other hand they were very expensive. Overall all the beers were a bit expensive. Pretty good selection of german microbreweries. But many of the beers may have been sitting on the shelfs too long...
Nice and helpfull staff, but with some wrong recommendations unfortunately. I knew this but didn’t wanted to correct the staff... Do you’re homework ;)
A very good place to find beers from all over the world in Berlin! When you are tired of german beers, you can go here, talk with the friendly and expert staff and buy good stuff for every kind of evening!!
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.
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.