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.
Small bar, half a dozen stools, plus restaurant tables spread out over three or four rooms. Back room has a big screen showing football. Six beers and a cider on offer, three regular beers and three specials/seasonals. You can do a flight of four, five or six, with or without the cider, but they won’t do flights if they’re very busy, so arrive early if that’s what you want. Beers were solid enough, with the special ones being the most interesting. Friendly staff. They have limited snax, but the neighborhood is jam packed with restaurants - you can ask the bar staff for a ticket that you bring to the restaurant of your choice, and they will walk the food over to you, very organized. Worth a visit, and a good neighborhood in which to bar hop.
Michael27 (27) Berlin, Germany | January 25, 2017| Updated March 9, 2017
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.