Located just in the center of the city, pretty typical design for local brewpubs and pubs for tourists. Same about beers they serve, classic, boring German styles with very light body and similar taste. The staff is very nice, helpful and speak good English. Food is basic but solid and very tasty - fried herring was absolutely amazing!!! Nothing special but being next time in the city will step in again.
Got a brewpub feel but more like a German theme pub you’d find in a different country. Loads of cheesy loud music, a monk wandering around plying folk with strong spirits. Didn’t eat here as the food looked somewhat uninspiring but wish we had as Kiel only offers dodgy burgers and kebabs after 10pm....service was good and the beer was in good order. Probably the worst German brewpub I’ve done but it was better than anywhere else in Kiel!
Interior a bit tatty and touristy. The only brewery in town. Tried all beer made in house the Keller beer was best but all were pretty boring- typical German beer -lacking in body taste and hops. Food was also solid but average.
Once was more than enough.
Visited on a Thursday afternoon in July 2015. Modern exterior leads into a traditional beer Keller, plenty of seating. 80s one hit wonders on the juke box made for a pleasant ambiance, service was ok. 3 beers on tap which were ok. Worth a look for the ticks and a handy place really in a Bunder where brewpubs are scarce.
If the Germans had invented the brewpub, this would be a German brewpub? I don’t know. A fun place in Kiel, with all the German trimmings. Not a hell of a lot of beers on offer, but they are made in-house, and that sure is a draw in any German town (German beer is solid but boring). Good food, good ambiance, enough to make a long "cruise" from Oslo worth while.
Located at the heart of what can reasonably be called the Old Town in Kiel, the big brewpub seems to draw crowds of all ages and from all walks of life (well, I visited the place on a busy Saturday evening, so that might be one of the reasons.) Not exactly beautiful but still cozy, with copper brown walls and (vaulted) ceilings, it creates an atmosphere of a stylish but pseudo-oldie place to hang out. The staff are busy but friendly, although not all seem to know enough about the locally brewed beer, which is acceptable, if not extraordinary. Other than the local produce only a few basic German beers are to be had but that is acceptable in a brewpub, I think. The food is decent, too. Not pricey, not poshy, just a little to noisy but that is OK on a Saturday night :-) Will be back one day for sure.