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Top 5 Local Breweries around Berlin


When stayin’ in Berlin, don’t let your pub crawl go unfinished without tasting some of the best beers available in town. Recently, microbreweries gained popularity in contrast to big brands which brought a new taste into the already copious beer scene in Germany. Here’s a list of our top picks around Berlin!

The Vagabund Brauerei is one of the modern microbreweries that will give you a glimpse into the art of beer brewing. Their selection has international favorites with local touch, all available for tasting of course. Brew courses are also open for the public if you want to learn the secrets of the trade. You can take a tour of the place and see the production for yourself. The taproom has all the best and fresh brews for you to try.

Privatbrauereu am Rollberg may not be so easy to find but it is definitely worth the effort. Of course, tasting their locally made beer is must as the company spent a lot of time to develop their own taste. The cozy place has nice burger bar and a chilling area for winter days, and an open air garden barbecue terrace for the summer. Keep in mind that they are open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday so make sure to plan ahead.

As for a factory with tradition and history, look for the Berline-Kindl Schulteiss Braurei, a large brewery located outside town. The well-known brands, like Berliner Kindl and Schulteiss are produced here, as the name suggests. The factory dates back to 1842 and it has been producing beer since then. The shop and local pub is a good idea to include into your Berlin pub tour.

Whether its wheat beer, bock or ale, you will find and excellent selection at Hausbrauerei Eschenbräu. A small brewery with a big menu, you can make several stops here to get a taste of everything. As a true local’s place, it has a nice outdoor seating area, so it’s a top pick for the summer months.

If you want to feel amazed, take a visit to the enormous building of Stone Brewing in Berlin. Located in the suburbs, it looks like a central railway station from a distance, a great stop on a Berlin pub tour. Other than beer, they have an excellent restaurant and cozy atmosphere.

If you made your pick, it’s time to book your Berlin pub tour with us and have a blast!

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