Visited on Sunday evening in July 2015, corner brew house which has nice decor, seemed popular with the locals but service was ok, 4 beers on tap which were decent, food was good. It’s a nice place and a good spot to start a wander through Friedrichshain.
Whole package--good atmosphere (more restaurant/cafe than bar but nice place for conversation), good music, good service, good food (had blue cheese walnut & spinach flammkuchen) and very good beer, probably the most promising of all the Berlin brewpubs beer-wise with the possible exception of Brew Baker.
Worth a detour! Three beers on tap. Schalander Pilsener was my winner this evening in Berlin. A tasty, crispy pilsener. Enjoyed a late dinner and service was nice and efficient. Hopefully, I will return! (Visited September 25th 2013)
Visited on a Tuesday evening. Pretty crowded due to a football mach and a rather large group. The latter made the wait for my food (flammkuchen ) pretty long as I guess they had ordered just before I got there. The atmosphere and staff were friendly and the beer was quite decent. Certainly a place worth visiting. Both S-bahn and U-bahn is just a short walk a way, and my favorite brewpub in Friedrichshain (Hops & Barley) is not far away either. I’ll be back!
Visited in September 2009. Had only just opened at the time of my visit. Airy, street corner bar. The Pils and Dunkles beers were enjoyable and service was friendly and able to accommodate my poor German. On the other side of Frankfurter Allee from Hops & Barley, but walking from one to the other was not a problem. Didn’t try the food, but the Alsatian Flammkuchen looked appetising. Worth a visit.
A new brewpub in Friedrichshain, easily reachable by exiting the U-Bahn at the Frankfurter Allee station, going east a little and then up north, north-west on the Pettenkoferstraße until you reach it. For us it was a slightly longer walk from Hops & Barley. It shows that this is a new place, and the ambiance is a bit lacking, not as crowded as some on a Sunday night, but that was more than made up for by the really friendly and cheerful, communicative waitress. There are three regular beers, as usual, a Helles/Pils, a typical pale red Dunkel and a Wheat. We were also lucky enough to try their first ever seasonal, a Märzen that came on tup just 3-4 days earlier. All solid fare and well worth visiting while in the neighborhood. We didn’t have the food but the prices seemed quite fine. I liked it there.