Visited here on a weekday early evening, mid January. Just myself and the missus, and a couple of American chaps, propping the bar up. Extensive tap list, with lots of local ticks, some UK craft stuff and a smattering of US and Euro beers of interest. Good service from a chap eager to talk beer. Fair pricing. Fairly cosy surroundings, although the toilets were a bit of a scruffy mess! No food or snacks available, I don’t think, but there are plenty of options nearby, it seemed. Worth a visit, particularly if you’re after local craft brews.
18 beers on tap, giving a broad range, some interesting bottled imports, too. Good and friendly service. Wooden workbenches as tables, quite hipster while still welcoming old-timers like us. Norwegian Beer Symposium, January 2018.
A decent traditional corner pub with many interesting offerings among the 18 taps printed on a board over the bar. Lots of German micros, among others. Decent bottled menu, as well. Medium sized one-roomed pub in separate sections with the bar in the middle. Dark wooden interior, in fact, with lathe tables. The draught beers are served in different sized starting at 200ml. Friendly service and Doors in the back. Cozy, relaxing place. (Norwegian Beer Symposium in Berlin, 13.01.2018).
Been there a few times in the last couple of years. Cosmopolitic atmosphere - modern "craft" beers, naked walls, a lil bit of DIY vibe - from what I saw quite knowledgable staff. More like another "craft" focused bar, than something really unique, thou everytime I am in Berlin, I visit them.
Another craft beers in an empty old building kind of place. Quite random beer menu (Old Rasputin on tap next to awful garage beers). I enjoy Eleszto in Budapest because of the atmosphere, but here it's too forced. Many more authentic joints in the vacinity, I'd skip this one.