Visited on 28th May 2017. Large brewpub not far from a tram stop and, handily, close to where we were staying. It’s a nice, trad, brewpub, plenty of wood and nice, smart décor. Beer range had the usuals plus a seasonal beer. Service was OK and prices decent enough. Definitely worth a stop for a brewery tick.
A cross between a traditional and modern brewpub. An OK place for a beer, which are average quality. Service is ordinary and I just don’t get the feeling that anyone here really cares about the beer. Food is very expensive here. I was happy to have a look once but that was enough.
In a small street just out of the center. The 4 beers were well made. The terrace is fine, quiet and the service, friendly and smiling. The food looked good on other customers´ plates. I could stay on that terrace for a while. Above average for Vienna I would say and calmer.
The beers are average, all have a very similar after taste. They are having around 5 own beers on tap, one is changing each month. My favorite is the Alt beer. Food is very good and I like the beer garden in summer, especially when it’s hot you have a lot of shadow.
Camons (667) Hasselager, Denmark | August 14, 2016| Updated August 19, 2016
Huge brewpub, bar and brew equipment as you enter, beergarden in the back. 5 taps with house beers, a few geust bottles to. Beers where rather boring and/or foulty. Slow service, i had to go looking to ordre twice. Didnt eat. Not coming back either.
Good food, slow service and beers generally unexciting. At least they have a rotating "special" beer. The "Xarifa" was described as a hoppy Belgian red and listed Chinook, Columbus and Mosaic which were barely detectable!
Don’t let yourself be thrown off by the ugly logo and colours. This place is a fine brewpub! There are many rooms to choose from, a non-smoking section, hearty food, friendly and efficient service and moreover: good lagers. The Helles was my favorite when I visited. I wish more North American brewpubs cared for their house blond like brewpubs in this part of the world. There are other more stellar brewpubs in Vienna, but if you have a few days in the city don’t miss out on Wieden!
Visited 30/9/08. Great beers: the Marzen, Dunkles and Hanfbier were all excellent and outstanding value at E1.70 during the happy hour (1500-1700). My schnitzel was also enjoyable and the service was efficient. Well worth visiting.