About 5km from the central railway station, fortunately right next to the tram route. A bit difficult to find even with the exact location. Other than that, a very nice place. 20+ taps of Polish micros, some bottles from international breweries (lost abbey, omnipollo, prairie etc.). Draft beers were decently priced. The area was divided into multiple rooms so you can easily find a nice quiet corner. No food except for some bar snacks.
A little north of Old Town, but easily reachable by tram or Uber and it's right off the main street. A beautiful, modern, hipster-style interior with all sorts of separate rooms - reminds of Mikkeller & Friends in a way - and there's a really chill outside area. Decent taplist, with may house taps. 0.3L is the smallest pour, but the bartender is very happy to give free samples. One of the better spots in town for sure.
Cool spot worth this short trip from the centre (well-accessible with public transport). In a basement, quite low-key. Solid selection on taps, found a bunch of interesting beers when paid it my visit. Some pearls bottled. Fair prices and grease philosophy behind the concept.
Nice newly renovated cellarbar a short wark from the Wrzeszcz Train station. A number of smaller rooms, nice music, hard rock/metal playing. 22 tap's including 2 hand pumps, good selection along styles, about a third House beers ( dont think there is any brewing going on inhouse ) polish craft and some imported stuff from sweden, US etc. Good bottle selection with good sours and stouts from sweden, Denmark, US and belgium. Fast service allthough not a lot s of english spoken. Fair prices. Really enjoyed our visit here, relaxed place and good beers.
I would just like to basically confirm other reviews,
I walked it from Gdansk Wrzeszcz, about 25 minutes,
However this is NOT a brew pub & I have been taken on a wild goose chase by this entry being listed as a 'brew pub'
It certainly is not,
Yes 22 taps including 2 British style hand pumps but the beers are from around Poland
A truly exceptional place. First of all, it is hard to find unless you are a resident of Gdańsk and you know the city very well. It is located in the still busy but certainly not touristy district of Wrzeszcz, far away from any location that might reasonably attract outsiders. Then, the venue itself is situated in a basement of an old garrison building. Finding the entrance and then the bar is a challenge, but it is definitely worth taking. In this modern, spartan, labyrinthine bar, the thirsty visitor will find 23 taps with Polish (and a few foreign) craft beers - all of good quality. The staff are very friendly and eager to speak about their work and the products they sell. No food, but no one minds ordering it from elsewhere to consume it on the spot. The prices are acceptable, although certainly not low. Well, high quality is worth it, perhaps.
One more thing: the place employs exclusively personnel with one or another kind of physical disability. The two very kind young bartenders I chatted with both had epilepsy. They are also encouraged to participate in the brewing process itself. This is a splendid idea, showing some of the best integration of challenged people I have ever seen. Visit and support the cause, and have some good beer!