Located in one of the biggest shopping mall in Warsaw. Sounds like fun - your family could do their shopping, while you have a beer. Unless you are driving.
Interior is covered in elements that screams "Bavaria!", but it’s more like cheap, plastic Bavaria. And there are a lot of TV with sport channels on. What is good about the interior is the brewhouse, made of glass. So you can see the brewing process, like never before. On board next to the brewhouse you can find date of next brewing.
Service is rather slow, so you have to be patient.
Beer is average, but they believe it’s great, best in town. Yeah, right. Pils was bland, with some flaws and minimal bitterness, weizen was better, but with some eggs aroma. Their seasonal beers are better, Altbier and especially Doppelbock are worth trying.
Visited early afternoon Tuesday March 1, 2016. Arrived about 16:30 by tram.Lots of different trams stopping at "Rondo Radoslawa", jus toutside of the shopping mall Arkadia. As of names and design looks like a "Bavarian" style brewpub and restuarant, feels not so much fairly fast though. Strange electronic music playing. Visible glass brewing kettles along the one side. Big place with lots of light through plenty of windows. Fast service, decently English speaking. Menu in English. They had four beers available, three standard and one seasonal, though knowledge of the seasonal was lacking a bit. I asked if possible to sample the beer instead of buying them all at once, was told "OK, only for you". Either I’m special or they do so when asking for it. Lucky I did too since the beers weren’t all that and it would’ev been a shame purchasing all of them and then realizing as much. Wifi available. Ordered the goulasch soup which was runny and not spiced correctly, fairly boring and not filling. Rather expensive compared to other places visited in Warszawa, but still pretty well worth it comparing to Sweden. Not a place I’d return to, event though they brew their own beers.
Themed restaurant that has its own brewery inside that can be seen while eating. Food is typical polish and the decoration tries to be bavarian. They have a handful of beer styles available, not astonishing but nicely brewed.
Part of biggest Polish network of brewpubs & beer restaurants. Mind that they brew beer not in every restaurant - some of them are just simple beer restaurants serving Bierhalle beers. As for beer, these guys are quite good - 3 regulars + 3 seasonals. This very restaurant is very cool as pot stills are transparent and you can see brewing process in them when they make beer.
One of the Bierhalle chain which does in this case appear to brew here. The "coppers" are see through...weird. As there are so few brewpubs in Warszawa it’s a must to do but nothing special. Tram from the side of Centralna station goes direct. Just the light and wheat on when we visited but both good.
Placed at one of the corners of ahuge shopping mall. A small of walk from the metro, close to trams and taxi stops just outside. German inspired place. Very good beer, clean, crispa nd right on style. 0.4 liter pours are the smallest they do. Food was great and eeven better for the value. Good stop.