Self brewed beer as well as solid traditional German food is what you can expect when visiting one of the many beer pubs in Berlin. Many of them offer tours through their very own brewery and beer lovers will get great insights about the making of. But of course you can also go there just to grab a pint and enjoy some fine ale.

  • Foto: Brauhaus Spandau

    Traditional brewery atmosphere and the rustic furniture welcome you at the brewery in Berlin-Spandau.

  • Foto: Brauhaus Südstern

    The rustic yet modern Brauhaus Südstern in Berlin-Kreuzberg is a brewery wit restaurant and beer gardens and also a great location for all sorts of events.

  • Foto: Brauhaus Lemke

    Brauhaus Lemke is one of Berlin’s first craft beer breweries with many seasonal flavors.

  • Foto: Brauhaus Georgbraeu

    This brewery produces about 1,500 liters of the special Georg-Braeu beer that you can only get here!

  • Foto: Brauhaus Rixdorf

    The historic brewery Brauhaus Rixdorf in Berlin-Neukölln is mandatory for admires of the Berlin-ish art of brewing beer.

  • Foto: Daniel Wetzel

    The Pfefferberg is a Restaurant and brewery in Berlin- Prenzlauer Berg and is well known for its self-brewed beer and regional food with fresh and local ingredients. With garden.

  • Photo: Hausbrauerei Eschenbräu

    Next to the brown ale and lager the Eschenbräu in Berlin-Wedding offers a huge variety of seasonal beers.

  • Photo: Schlossplatzbrauerei Coepenick

    Directly on the Schlossplatz in Berlin-Köpenick one can find the smallest brewery in Germany – the Schlossplatzbrauerei Köpenick.

  • Photo: Schalander Hausbrauerei

    Light lager, brown ale and wheat beer are offered at the Schalander Hausbrauerei in Berlin-Friedrichshain.

  • Photo: Lindenbräu

    The Lindenbräu offer delicious beer for beer lovers directly at the modern Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz.