Schlossplatzbrauerei Köpenick

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

© Photo: Schlossplatzbrauerei Coepenick

Photo: Schlossplatzbrauerei Coepenick

© Photo: Schlossplatzbrauerei Coepenick

The tiny, fully glazed brewery located in the heart of Köpenick offers up to six self-brewed beers. Here quality goes over quantity and is brewed according to the German purity law.

A specialty is the “Babylonische Bier” which translates to Babylonian beer and is brewed following the commandments of the Babylonian king “Hammurapi” 1760 BC. The historic beer was brewed 6000 years ago by the Syrians and Babylonians.
Another highlight is the “Königsberger Moll” which is a dark brown beer with smoky aroma and fruity taste. The “Königsberger Moll” is a tribute to the old beer tradition of Köpenick.

Next to beer the brewery also offers cocktails which are ideal for mild summer nights on the terrace. On some weekends the small brewery also offers disco nights for its guests.

Editors Rating

Service
5.00

Beer Variety
5.00

Food Variety
2.00

Traditional Pub Atmosphere
4.50

Total
4.13

Address

Grünstr., 24, 12555, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Treptow-Köpenick

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Business Hours

Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat

from 05:00 pm on

Tue, Thu & Sun

from 12:00 pm on

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