I was all prepared for awful service after all the other reviews, but it was actually good. Probably because it was peak Christmas market season and they had an army of staff on dealing with the demand.
Basically a nice German brewpub doing what German brewpubs do, with a few very mild/drinkable goses in the selection.
DrNosha (142) Baden Württemberg, Germany | September 8, 2015| Updated January 25, 2017
Brauhaus in der Goslaer Altstadt. Ich komm seit Jahren immer wieder mal her. Leider gibt s immer die gleichen drei Biere vom Fass: Gose hell und dunkel und ein Pils. Da könnte mal eine Saisonspezialität dazu kommen!? Das Essen ist ok, es gibt lokale Soezialitäten, wie Grünkohl mit Bregenwurst. Der Besuch lohnt sich für jeden Bierfan wegen der original Gose aus Goslar.
A bit stale and arrogant service. It took a good while to get the sampler, and there was no information whatsoever in which order the 3 beers were (though it was easy to figure out which was the Gose Hell and which was the Pils). Also took a good while before we got to pay after asking for the bill. And it wasn’t even busy. The original plan was to grab a full glass of something and have lunch too, but since the service sucked, we went next doors to Butterhanne instead. The location is nice though.
Okay. Service was quick but forget to tell us in which order we had to try / drink the tasting flight.
No bottles for take away were available. But that was one of the reasons we were visiting this place.
Located on the Markt in the beautiful Goslar, this spaciou but cozy and family-friendly restaurant-cum-brewpub is definitely a place to go to when visiting the area. The selection is modest but includes three different own brews and dashed versions of those. The food is excellent - more than just ordinary German cuisine. Very helpful and friendly staff. The prices are surprisingly low, given the location. I will definitely be back again one day.
Visited at opening time on 1st December 2014 after a 10 min walk from the Hbf with a stop at the Christmas Market for Gluhwein to take the edge off. Had no problem getting a seat, service was good and had the Doppelbock on. Beer was decent enough too and could take away bottles.
Nice wooden place looking modern though, got busier as we were leaving.
A decent place in Goslar, there aren’t many other places to go here. The beer is OK, but I really don’t like the sweetening stuff they put in the beers to make them taste different. The schnitzel was OK and the staff didn’t know much English at all.
The brewpub is located in the centre of Goslar, within a beautiful ancient scenery. It has got a very light and airy inside with light wood and lots of light - quite uncomfy. The service was little bit rough (totally opposite to the very nice and lovely girl working in the Butterhenne next door) but okay in the time when we were there - at home, the bad (bad!bad!) surprise came: We got packed two bottles of "Gose Hell" instead of "Gose Dunkel" (like ordered) - what a waste of time and money because we already had Gose Hell (of course I also blame myself because of not double-check the bag). I will come back for the missing ones but not because I thin the brewpub to be that good. Prices were ok.
Visited on a Friday afternoon in January 2011. Around a 10 minute walk from the HBF the Brauhaus Goslar is a wood timbered building well decorated inside, wooden floors, tables etc - none of that 80’s dated feel that applies to some German beer venues!
The place was starting to thin out post lunch when we arrived so finding a table and decent service was not a problem during our visit.
We only had an hour to spare so simply stuck their own Gose which was a decent drop.
You can also take bottles away for a relatively cheap price and additionally you can take the Gose away in a wooden gift box for E10.
Little bowls of beer nibbles on the tables which was a nice touch.