Visited on a Sunday evening. Looks quite small from the entrance, but has a somewhat bigger room in the back. Interior is moderate, not much decoration, a bit new-looking. Had one beer, and then they urged us to shut up because they were about to watch Tatort, a German crime-series that’s on national television. It was announced at the door, but I still found this to be quite rude. Anyhow, would visit again, but not on a Sunday.
Basic and pretty small brewpub in the trendy quarter of Friedrichshain, presumably located in a former butcher’s or dairy-shop, because some walls are ornated with ancient and archetypal tiles. Fortunately they offer mainly well crafted traditional german styles and not only " trendy" ales. The quite friendly service, by ugly Berlin standards, the tasty beers and a very relaxed atmosphere are worth a visit.
OK place in F-hain. Three fly-over beers and two rotating specials, mostly single hop pales. Pretty good but nothing to write home about. Great ambiance in the small front room, back room is a bit dumpier and full of smokers.
Busy brewpub in F’hain part of Berlin. Place has a nice atmosphere and is housed in what used to be a butcher’s shop. Six taps with four standards (light lager, dark larger, hefeweizen and cider) and two rotating seasonals. When I went the seasonals were a super drinkable pale ale and a less enjoyable altbier. They offer some small snacks but have never tried the food. Beer prices are super reasonable, cheapest draft craft beer in Berlin.