A nice brewpub located central in Town. The pub itself is rather small and can get really crowdie as it seems to be popular. The restaurant downstairs is a lot bigger but unfortunately for my visit so popular that I was not able to get a table at all. But there is a possibility to grab some lighter snacks at the bar and this food was of such high quality that I really want to try the restaurant next time. The beer is decent and the selection of guest beers and bottle beer is great, probably amoung the best in town. Very friendly staff and I was lucky enough to get a sample of Sahti served from a plastic container. Lots of other Finish microbrews available make this spot a natural place to visit for the beer tourist, just remember to book a table in advance!
Not really the place to go as a beer enthusiast, even though they have a decent line of their own beers, but a pretty good spot to eat dinner, as the food is good. And their beers naturally go well with it.
A superb brewpub in the centre of town. They have half a dozen of their own beers on tap at any one time plus a few guests and a super bottle selection. Service is great and the wi-fi solid. They serve 1 decilitre samplers, so ideal for rating. A great outdoor terrace too. A really super place and I will return here often I’m sure.
Nicely situated, the brewery makes awesome beers. Absolutely a must visit. Also you get beers served in 1,2 and 4dl glasses. Great if you are out rating and want to try several brews. Havenottriedtheir food yet. The bar itself is small, but there is tables outside as well.
One of my new favourites in Helsinki. High quality brews and good food. The location has its cons and pros. Bryggeri Helsinki’s own brews are tasty and there are also some more Finnish microbrews available. Helsinki needs (more) places like this.
Nice, big, brewpub with 5-6 beers of their own and a couple of guestbeers. They serve german-style food that was a bit expensive but tasty. The golden ale was a nice treat even tho it wasn’t exceptional. Big nice yard too that might be very pleasant during the summer-months. Worth a visit!
Visited the upstairs on a Thursday afternoon. Small area that feels nice and cozy. Nice service, staff seemed to know about their beers as well as upcoming stuff. Serves fancy restaurant-style food as well as primped up pub grub and also lunch. Mostly their own in tap - four seems to be the amount usually: Two that are always there, pils and weizen, and two rotating. Some other Finnish micros available on tap as well. Serve by the desiliter which is nice, if you’re there for the ticks. Lunch is a main as well as a salad board and soup. Bread baked by there as well. Tasty and accommodating.
Centrally located brewpub that is focused on mostly German/European styled beers. Upstairs a small modern-ish Scandinavian styled pub and a tiny bottle shop, downstairs a proper restaurant. Good selection of Finnish micros available on bottles too. Food is quite good, but expensive and service can be a bit slow at times.
Visited during lunchtime, the small upstairs bar was empty, the bigger downstairs restaurant had few people. The bar had somewhat modern, "trendy", ambience. The restaurant’s interior design was a odd hybrid of a fine dining place and a Bavarian beer hall. Staff very friendly, gave recommendations without soliciting. As for selection, focus is in Finnish microbreweries, which is very welcome. Will visit again regularly.