Located a bit out of the way of central Moscow, this place is one of the few (only?) brewpubs in Moscow city. The beers left a bit to be desired, but at least the brewery were trying to do interesting things and were also collaborating with European breweries. I seem to remember that they also had a bunch of bottles from European breweries. We had some smoked deer on potatoes and khrenky. The place has very much a US brewpub from the early 2000s feel, which is a fine ambiance, and not exactly common in Moscow. I would visit again, but would not be expecting too much beer-wise.
Visited on a Thursday evening. Service was veeery slow because there was one waiter serving six tables. The place itself is pretty cool, spread out over two floors, and there are conveniently placed plug sockets if you need to charge your phone/laptop. Food was beautifully presented but lukewarm...From the reviews I thought the beers would be great, but in my opinion they are just good. There are 32 bottles on the menu, mostly from Belgium. Also, when I was there a guy kept pulling a trolley through the place, transporting the kegs, so not a good idea to sit near the door, in winter at least.
Very decent brewery restaurant. I have eaten burger and it was untraditional, but very good. Prepare for dill on potatoes :) However the more important thing - beers. You simply have to taste them. It might be the best that is to be found in Moscow. Most of them were very good. Pricing is adequate for the location.
Sokolov (849) Moscow, Russia | March 16, 2015| Updated January 3, 2016
Best brewpub in Moscow. ALL their beers are real good. And the best thing - these guys are constantly improving. A must for a beer fan visiting Moscow.