If you’re looking for a typical Berlin pub, you should try Berliner Republik in Mitte. On the menu you can find 18 different types of beer and a huge selection of German dishes. Whether it is the famous Currywurst, stuffed cabbage, a knuckle of pork or Schnitzel – all dishes are very traditional, freshly prepared and cooked the way any German grandmother would have done it herself.
Hospitality is a top priority at Berliner Republik. A welcoming atmosphere strikes you when entering the pub that has enough room for up to 180 guests. In the middle of the location you’ll find the big bar. The interior is quite rustic; walls are decorated with pictures and photographs of German cultural history.
The most fun part there is the price for beer though. You can pay from 1.60 Euro up to a really high level. Every day from 05:00 pm on the prices get out of control. Like a stock market prices depend on supply and demand. The variety of 18 different beers provides for the fact that the less ordered beers court for customers' attention with low prices. Therefor sitting at the bar is almost a must as you should order right after the stock market crash or other guests will be the lucky ones.
If you’re not into the stock market thingy you might opt for one of the tables outsides. You’ll be rewarded with a great view over the river Spree – paying the normal price for your beer.
- Daily: 10:00 am - 05:00 am
- Remark: Every Sunday sees a gorgeous brunch buffet between 10:00 am - 2:00 pm for only 12.90 Euro/person; football matches can be watched on the big screen via Sky.
- Beer Broker Game: Every day after 5:00 pm supply and demand will regulate the beer price, just like at the real stock exchange. All orders get entered in the stock exchange calculator which calculates permanently the going price for the individual beers according to demand. The prices can be as low as 1.60 euro for a glass of 0.3 l and can reach astronomical heights, the sky is the limit. The variety of 18 different beers provides for the fact that the less ordered beers court for customers' attention with low prices.