Has an unusual or regional beer on tap.
These pubs might not normally make the guide but they have taps from a smaller or regional brewery that make them worth a visit.
Jarosover "Schwarzbier" from Pivovar Breznak. Otherwise a typical locals pub pretty much unchanged in recent times. There is a hotel in back.
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.
Tap room of the Cologne brewery.
Mainly a bottle shop and a growler fill shop but most beers can also be purchased by the glass and enjoyed in their small tasting room. Bottled beers purchased can be enjoyed on site for a €1 corkage fee.
Neighborhood pub with Hohenthanner Pils, Brewbaker Bellevuepils and Jever Pils
Restaurant with beer from &Union from Munich.
Traditional Berliner/German cooking, kids menu, and a house pils of unclear origin.
Swabian restaurant with Rothaus Pils and Hefeweizen and Augustiner Hell and now with Pilsner Urquell tankovna. Cash only.
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.
Neighborhood collective pub with some interesting beers. The main room is non smoking but there is a separate smoking room.
Spare, slightly shabby corner pub with Augustiner, Störtebecker and others. Split-level seating area.
Beers from Hohenthanner (Bavaria)
Sion Kölsch and Budweiser Budvar are the most interesting beers. Food is salads and various meat and cheese plates.