I arrived here in the afternoon just as they were opening up for the day. The waiter was really friendly and knowledgeable about the beers. The only downside was there was just the three beers available when I was there. Will definitely come back again.
Nifty place - a stand inside a large marketplace. I initially thought this place was closed because the Brewbaker entrance on the street was closed. Thankfully, I found it. Their kit was inside with two superb beers on tap (unfortunately they were sold out of bottles). Excellent quality. Good prices. A must visit. Near the U, so pretty convenient to get here. For my money, probably the best beer getting produced in Berlin.
One of the best brewpubs in Berlin, if not the best. Cute and cozy restaurant, so the only weakness may be that the bar area is very small, maybe enough for 5 people max. And more of a resto than bar. But certainly friendly and comfortable enough for sitting at the bar. Food looked good actually, would consider eating next time. The stout was incredible so far as Berlin beer goes. This really stuck out as far as brewpubs in Berlin.
The brew pub has got a very nice location, not so far from the River Spree and right behind the Schloss Bellevue. Inviting and cosy, medium sized pub with three hand crafted beers, among them the flavoursome Harry Porter, a seasonal brew. Friendly service, decent food, and likable music (Neil Young, Bob Dylan, some old fashion blues and a few classical Stones tunes) (Visited, 24.11.2009).
Visited in March 2009. Set in a railway arch. Has a quite minimalist feel but not too trendy. Busy. Didn’t eat but the food looked good and far removed from German pub staples. As were the beers - not afraid to depart from the German brewpub "holy trinity" which makes a refreshing change. Really friendly and enthusiastic. I would endorse ladnewton’s comments about opening times - they are not as published on the website, or at least weren’t when I visited. Two afternoon attempts to visit were abortive as it was closed when it should have been open according to the published opening times.
Had to go here for a rerate of their pils, tasted from bottle last year, and it was way off target. Happy to say it was a lot better fresh from tap. In a corner inside an old market hall, small seating area, wonderful place to rest the legs. Chatty bartender as well, good service with a good selection of bottles to go.
One of my favorite brewpubs in Berlin. Remarkable food is rather unique for the region. They had only 4 beers when I was there, but despite the English hints, the pils was my favorite of the 10+ tried in the city. And it’s quite unusual to get brewpub ales over there. Pleasant location as well under the train station. This would be one of the first I visit again when back to Berlin.
A bit tricky to get to until I realized it was actually more or less inside the S-bahn building. Get to Bellevue station and look underneath the railway. Good service, English speaking as well. Nice clean and warm interior, to the front outside was a bit much traffic, also fairly annoying with the constans rumble of the S-bahn, but still rather nice. On our visit quite a bit of wind, not much to do about that though. Amazing pils, though their experiment brews seems to be more fun than good. A must visit, if nothing else for their pils! They had three house beers on this day, also a few commercial macros on bottles. Nice to be able to purchase a sample tray first, then like we did have a full glass of the best one, which was undoubtedly the pils! I didn’t try the food, but ekstedt had the cheeze plate that looked good. If you get the book ’GBG Germany’ this is Berlin pub number 18, in Tiergarten, on page 449 (2006 edition).