Located in the heart of the Old Town, this venue may be smaller than other brewpubs here but shares some other typical characteristics: the selection limited to one Alt, costing €2 for a 0.25 liter glass, which is served without a warning; staff absent but not impolite, and so on. Sitting inside, one can peep into the actual brewing room and watch the brewers wprk. Did not try the food. Might be back one day.
Ambiance - German brewpub but had a more modern feel to it. Place actually smelled of brewing compared to pretty much every other German brewpub we visited. Calm and quite cozy. Service - Very friendly and also very much more modern. Selection - A very good alt. Tasted more like a cask beer or ungespundet. Loved that! Food - Did not eat. Value - Fair. Additional comments - I loved how they actually cared you were there compared to the rest of the alt places.
The most modern and most friendly one of the Altbier.places we visited. Nice beer, nice service, and the atmosphere was a lot more welcoming than the other places in the area. Maybe also the best alt bier in town.
I actually liked this Altbier place more than the others that I have visited in Düsseldorf. Modern looking, rather full but not as overrun with tourists and locals as some of the others. Very freindly service. Selection is practically not applicable, as they basically only brew Altbier. I actually like the Kurzer Altbier the best of all of the Altbiers in town, perhaps because I am not a big fan of this style and this version, due to the fact that it is a bit sweeter than the rest, appeals to me the most.
Visited early in the evening on Good Friday 2015. Smaller and more spartan than the other Altbier places. Quite crowded with hipper locals than in the other places. This was the only place with younger female staff, the service was quick. Very nice location, close to other Altbier places. The beer was a descent one.