As I was scouting for my second edition of BeerBerlin map, I found many restaurants and bars and breweries, which offer tasty beer in Berlin. So what’s the best place for a typical Feierabend in and around Berlin? The city is full of many amazing beer spots, so it was hard to pick just five. So relax, sit back with a beer and enjoy this post! In case you need a good overview of beer gardens in Berlin, my BeerBerlin map can help you out.
Local brewery with a wide range of classic German and international beer styles. Speciality of Lemke is their “Berliner Weisse” – a sour beer style originated in Berlin in the 17th century. The “Weisse” is produced with a traditional three culture fermentation. Beside the “Budike Weisse” (a pure Berliner Weisse) they offer also a version fermented with real raspberries, real woodruff and aged on oak. Brewpubs at Hackescher Markt and close to Alexanderplatz. Brewery tours in German are available, for groups of 10 or more tours in English can also be arranged – previous reservation is necessary.
Dircksenstraße S-Bahnbogen 143 10178 Berlin +49 30 247 287 27 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lemke.berlin Station: S3, S5, S7, S9 Hackescher Markt, Daily 12:00–0:00
BraufactuM Berlin am Alexanderplatz
BraufactuM Berlin is the (craft) beer hotspot in Berlin Mitte offering 16 beers on tap (+ 20 more in bottle) with BBQ and burgers in a warm atmosphere and urban beer garden. They also run BraufactuM am Hausvogteiplatz, a restaurant with traditional German cuisine, sampler tray of beers and craft beer. If you like sausages, try some with sauerkraut (cabbage), as they are grilled over a fire pit in the restaurant.
Memhardstraße 3 (opposite Alexanderplatz), 10178 Berlin (Mitte), + 49 30 84 71 29 59 email@example.com, www.restaurant.braufactum.de, Station: U2, U5, U8, S3, S5, S7, S9 Alexanderplatz, daily from 12:00
Das Gift is a Scottish Kneipe owned by Mogwai‘s Barry Burns. They serve British ales and cider with craft beer and pilsner on tap, as well as an array of malt whisky, great wines and cocktails. The pub regularly showcases local and international musicians and contemporary art exhibitions every weekend in their art space Das Giftraum. Pub food is served on Mondays during „Das Pub Quiz“ and a Scottish breakfast on the 1st Sunday of every month.
Donaustraße 119, 12043 Berlin (Neukölln), firstname.lastname@example.org, www.dasgift.de, Station: U7 Rathaus Neukölln, daily from 17:00 (monthly breakfast 12:00–16:00)
Located in the historic Mariendorf gasworks building dating back to 1901. Here you can sip on super fresh beer while gazing through the 13 meters high glass wall into the brewery or enjoy delicious food while sunning yourself in the beer garden. Apart from great beer and amazing food, DogTap Berlin also features a co-working space, vintage arcade games, Olympic-sized shuffle boards, a dog park and craft beer museum.
Im Marienpark 23, 12107 Berlin (Marienfeld), www.brewdog.com, Station: S2 Attilastraße, U6 Alt-Mariendorf
In 2014, the company was founded as a project of three friends: Katharina, Christian and Michael. After the successful first years of brewing their own beer, the founders decided to create a place, where their ideas and their beloved beer could grow in new dimensions: BRLO Brwhouse. In this beer-wonderland you can get a wide, changing selection of beer, good food with a strong focus on vegetables or you can just meet nice people.
Schöneberger Straße 16, 10963 Berlin (Schöneberg), +49 30 55 57 76 06, email@example.com www.brlo-brwhouse.de, Station: U1, U2 Gleisdreieck, Tue–Fr from 17:00, Sat–Sun from 12:00
pic by Seren Dal
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