A brewpub in the middle of Hanover. The food is nice and typical "heavy" German food. The selection is limited to the Ernst August beers (so 2-3 beers). There is almost always a seasonal. A big plus is the happy hour. I payed 1,90€ for 0,4l beer. The service is as nice as a German expects service to be. I liked it, but my girlfriend always expects an extra mile.
This is a two faced place with the modern style restaurant on one side and a more brauhaus looking place on the other side. We had a decent meal with a couple of different soups as well as a meat platter and a curry wurst. The seasonal was a Mai Bock at my visit and all three beers were okay bit not great.
Three sections - one is the live music section, with an American flair. The second one is the faux sports bar section, also with an American feel. The main section is trying to come across as a modern take on a German beer hall, while it does not really succeed at it. Service was ok, beers were at least better than in the other brewpub in Hannover. I got my ticks and moved on.
Located in the centre of the city, it is a modern but retro-looking restaurant with its own brewery. The selection of beers includes, as far as I could see, only three beers made on location, all on taps and sold in 1 l bottles, too. Decent food, less impressive but drinkable beer. Not very cheap but not too bad, either. Friendly and polite staff. Could be back one day if in town again.
Huge, loud and busy (though admittedly I visited during Messe-time) brewpub with a very nice brewkit on display. When I visited (June 2015) they only had two beers on: a pretty standard Pilsner and a Maibock. The food is standard German fare (ok).