Very busy place, but surprisingly efficient and the food was nice. Typical German dishes. Large and very crowded biergarten (as it was a nice and sunny afternoon when we visited). Tasty beer! Well worth a visit.
fbs_ (53) , Australia | December 15, 2015| Updated April 3, 2016
Busy, shiny brewpub (looks like the future of gose is much more secure now). All a bit impersonal, but certainly worth a visit, if just for a gose and a look at the impressive conversion of the railway station.
Big and busy place, like many German Brauhaus. Brewhouse nicely exposed, shining, and standing proud. Staff quick and polite. Food not very good. We had two soups, which were very nice, but both main dishes was a bit of disaster. Potatoes felt like they were reheated multiple times, vegetables were overcooked, so was the beef. Quite strange for such a busy place, where you would expect food to be fresh.
Beer itself was great, we had only Gose, but there was also Pils, Weizen, Dunkel and Bock available. Weirdly, we were among few, which choose to drink Gose. Come on locals, drink your local specialty :)
Overall good place for a Gose or two, not so much for food.
Fantastic old building. Looks beautiful both on the outside and inside. The four taps were all in good condition. Surprisingly for me as i’m not a big fan of pilseners the Pils stood out along with the gose. Both were really nice.
saxo (162) Højbjerg, Aarhus, Denmark | July 30, 2015
Very nice brewpub situated in the old Bayerischer bahnhof. I tried their 4 taps and general beer quality was great. Beers were better on tap than the bottled versions I have tried before. I had a nice warm pretzel too :)