The following pubs serve a full menu.
The following pubs serve a full menu.
Bavarian style beer hall with beers from Augustiner München
They have 18 taps but mostly national brands. After 5pm the price of beers fluctuate based on popularity -- a "Beer Stock Exchange"
Burgers and steaks with bottle Belgian and craft beers.
Former brewpub, now commissioning two house beers. Closed Tuesdays in May.
Second brewpub for Brauhaus Lemke
Former Brauhaus Mitte reopened as a new Lemke location. I am glad they kept the old sign on the roof.
One standard beer and monthly special beers.
Tap room for the Berlin brewery.
Neighborhood restaurant/pub with an unamed Czech Pils and Czech Schwarzbier, plus Flensburger and Wernesgrüner Pils.
30 bottled craft & good traditional beers with freshly prepared Chinese dishes.
Old corner bar taken over by Scottish couple, who added better (mostly German) bottled beers. Separate smoking room (after 10pm) and reportedly the best haggis in Berlin.
Andechers Hell and Schneider Weisse are most interesting taps.
Six of the taps are beers from Ratsherrn in Hamburg. Most of the rest are German craft beer with the odd American or Belgian favorite.
Belgo-Dutch style eetcafe with bottled Belgian beers.
Beer garden at the historic Wilmer brewery. Open Apr to Oct. Also an Xmas market, with craft beer trucks. Sometimes has a good Berliner Weisse that is a coloaboration between Bogk Bier and Schneeeule
Franconian restaurant with Rittmayer, Hallendorf on draft and bottled Franconian beers.
Tap room of the Cologne brewery.
Corner pub with a house Czech beer and Schneider Weisse.
Brewpub in the old Nikolaiviertel. Decent fresh unfiltered helles.
Restaurant in an old building with Schneider Weisse and two house beers.
Corner pub that serves food until 8pm and allows smoking after 9pm. Some unusual beers on tap make it worth a visit.
Swabian pub with decent beer selection.
Bavarian style beer hall with beers from Hofbräuhaus München
Smoking room. Calls itself a "Craft Bar" with handmade beer but no other details.
Dive bar with Pilsener Urquell tankovna and some interesting bottles. Food is only served from 12:30-3:30pm daily. Large smoking bar in the basement.
Whisky and British beers and sometimes even cask beers.
Bavarian style beer hall serving Löwenbräu München
Bavarian style beerhall with beers from Paulaner, In the central atrium of the building.
Barre Pilsener from Westphalia and a house unfiltered Helles.
Restaurant with decent beer selection and bottle shop.
Restaurant with beer from & Union from Munich.
Upstairs in the Pfefferberg complex.
Restaurant with a Bavarian-sized summer beer garden and two house beers of unclear origin. Venerable and shady.
Meat oriented restaurant with decent tap list.
Traditional Berliner/German cooking, kids menu, and a house pils of unclear origin.
Swabian restaurant with Rothaus Pils and Hefeweizen and Augustiner Hell.
Corner pub with good food and a decent beer selection.
Rhineland themed pub with a political bent and Gaffel Kölsch on tap. Same building as Die Berliner Republic.
Impressive selection of beers, both Berlin and USA brewed beers from Stone as well as some guests.
Cafe Szimpla has pretty much removed their interesting beers and replaced them with a tap room of the Budapest based Mad Scientist Brewery. The Cafe opens before noon but the Hungarian beers are not available unto LABor opens at 5pm.
In a railway arch under the S Bahn. Full range of Lemke beers, many on tap, the rest in bottles.
Two Rollberg, Budvar and a rotating tap that was Heidenpeters last visit.
Augustiner tavern across the street from Sudstern.
Vegan restaurant that claims the house beers are from Brewbaker.
Restaurant and tap room for the Bavarian brewery. Full range of beers on trap.
Great looking kitschy Bavarian pub with lots of white and blue, Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr beers.
House beers are a Helles, Schwarzbier and an unfiltered version of the Helles. Wouldn't say were they were brewed.
Fairly wide range of German beers from Früh Kölsch to Schneider Weisse. Worth a stop if you are exploring the Nikolaiviertel.
Claims to be Berlin's oldest pub. Beers are not that interesting but the pub is.