Large beer hall with a traditional looking interior. Prompt service and the food was good. We had the Honigbraü and Altpieschener Spezial both were decent. It’s not a bad place to visit if you are close.
Rather traditional German style interior with lots of wood, huge ceilings, no music, an open kitchen and not really nice service.When the weather is fine, however, it seems that the beer garden overlooking the Elbe is a good option. The food.. well, the sausage salad was inedible, the pork ribs were rather nice. They have two regular house beers and one seasonal that was out at the time of our visit. The Spezial was really nothing special, their pils however was magnificent, one of the three best I’ve had so far. And it is for this pils that you should visit either this Brauhaus or one of their taprooms.
2 beers on my visit. The vollbier which was a monat bier was sold out. Lovely location. Large rooms and the terrase was huge. unfortunatly the weather was a bit cold. Drinking their lovely pils looking out on the Elbe could be so cool. Friendly english spoken waitors and good food. Great place.
4 taps (Altpieschener/Rauchbier/Weihnachtsbock/Pils). Big brewpub which ain’t only brewpub but also a venue for dancing. On a Monday afternoon there was no dancing going on... Nice service. Decent beer. Easy to reach by tram. Reasonable prices. I’m not sure if this is the best beer establishment (based on ratings) in Dresden but worth a visit in any case.
A refreshing unfiltered pils and an overly malty dunkel (called "spezial"!) and the seasonal had run out... I wonder why... I will mark them down for being a Saxony micro with no Schwarzbier! Food and atmosphere good but service slow. Nice oasis from all the national/global beer brands in this city!
Very nice big Brauereigaststätte on the Elbe river, outside de city centre, with good tram connection. Huge building, restaurant at ground level, big function room upstairs. A must visit if only for their unfiltered Pils. Great food as well.