Quietly located brewpub, easy reachable by foot. When we were there, they only had two beers on tap, two others were unfortunately sold out. Prices were ok, service ok. Clean and unpersonal, yet comfortable interior. Would probablly not come back.
10th Dec 2014: Christmas market knackered, been walking around the bloody things for hours (drinking Gluhwein obviously), so needed a sit down and a beer. The place is festooned with more baubles than you can ’shake a big stick at’ and is very Christmassy throughout. We sat on the high stools just to your right as you walk in: the bar and brewing equipment in front of you and slightly to your left. Past where we were, it opens out into a more eating style area with plenty of room for large parties. Staff friendly, did not try any food, but it looked like huge portions of hearty fare. Tried three of the four on-tap beers on offer: not overly impressed with the brews. Good vibes from the bar but the beers let the place down a little.
Visited late 11/2014. Roomy, lacklustre execution of the mysteriously spread-out Albrecht affiliation (D-Dorf, HH, Bielefeld, Konstanz, Soltau). 2 Decent brewpub mainstays with no Hefe or extra seasonals until Dec 1, bit of a bummer. Good for a pitstop when flagellated by the chilly Hh winter breeze.
Typical German brewpub, cozy and warm place with all necessary equipment like copper tanks, wooden furniture and proper glassware. Decent selection, kind staff, but still not more than average place...
Brewpuc molto ben arrdato, con impianto a vista molto scenico. Solo birre prodotte in loco che sono buonine e niente +. Cibo buono, ben fatto e non troppo costoso.
Ambiente accogliente e buon servizio. proprio in centro.
Big brewpub fairly central placed, small patio overlooking the canal, and loads of seating inside. Nice seating inside, good spacing between tables. Wood, copper, brewing equipmet etc. 4 beers on taps, reasonal quality, but a little light and boring. Didnt eat. Service was good, abit highly priced, but not to bad.
Great location by the canal with a relaxing little terrace. Decent house beers, mostly classic and wheat-based, a bit mild but fine. Great food with generous portions, highlights such as flammekuchen and pig knuckle. Friendly service and pricing. Considering the lack of options in the region, this is a nice place to hangout for brunch or dinner.
Stumbled in here just in time for the last round after a 13-hour train ride. Four beers on tap, all rather average. Bog-standard brewpub decor, copper kettles on display, lots of wood, though not too cramped. Very friendly service, got a complimentary beerschnaps before leaving.