Visited on a July Thursday evening in 2015, it’s a multi level place about 15 mins walk from the Hbf. Bar had 2 barrels on it and appears beer served from them, managed to get a table then waited ages to get served. On 1 beer on which was ok. Place wasn’t rammed so a little peeved. It’s a nice venue but needs a bigger beer range really.
Finally made my way there, after several futile attempts over the last ten months (it was always closed!). The place is located on the edge of the Old Town, close to the museum quays. Rather dark inside, as if it was a cellar, it is one of the many decent places to go to in the city, but the only one that brews its own beer - unfortunately only one, unless one is into dashed versions, but these are U on RB, and rightly so. The staff are nice and friendly, and the food and the beer are inexpensive, German to the core, and decent. Might want to visit again. PS. the selection is what it is. I strongly believe it is unfair to give it a low score. After all, I cannot imagine any Ratebeerian going there without knowing it is a single-tick-place.
Fantastic old vaulted cellar where we were given a table right at the back. There are other stories as well, but I was very pleased to be seated in the cellar on a busy Saturday evening. They have just one beer, which was fairly good. The food was classic German and quite good, and the service was okay. Worth a visit, but don’t come here for ticks.
Visited during summer 2013. Quite dark and with a comfortable chill enviroment. Only one beer, but wow, so cool with a real zwickel directly from the barrel. The service was nice, the place was cozy and the beer was good. What else could you ask for
Have visited a couple of times.
Placed in the towncenter it can be a bit difficult to park nearby, but possible within walking distance.
The brewpub can at times be crowded and busy, wouldn´t call it a traditionel brewpub, it´s a bit to touristed for that. Neither the food nor beer is that interesting.. Friend staff and very quick service..