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Where is the Next Beer Garden? [On The Road: Berlin]

I've been known to drink a beer or two. But then again, I've been known to do a lot of things
Cosmo Kramer (Seinfeld episode “The Sniffing Accountant”)

As beer aficionado Berlin is like a paradise, with microbreweries, exceptional German brews, and lovely beer gardens. I couldn’t miss to visit a couple new beer gardens as my previous visit I only had the chance to visit one.

Biergarten Time
The one under the rail tracks

Brauhaus Lemke is a beer garden hiding on the arches of the train tracks in Hackescher Markt. We got a nice Lemke Pils and a krakauer wurst. Lovely beer, light, some bitter notes and touch of spices.

Lemke Time
Brauhaus Lemke
T: +49 30 247 287 27
Approx Damage: €10pp
Area: Mitte

The other one in Hackescher Markt

Weihenstephaner is another beer garden in Hackescher Markt in neue promenade. The garden was closed but you can get a table overlooking the market. Got a Mass (litre) of their original beer a bright lager with hoppy notes, nice and good. The bar is in the oldest building of Mitte district dating from 1749, with a renovated but still historic vaulted cellar that you can enjoy. Also, apparently one of the few places where you can get the Weihestephaner beer outside Bavaria.

Mass Time
T: +49 30 847 107 60
Approx Damge: €10pp
Area: Mitte

The one in the park

Cafe am Neuen See is an amazing beer garden besides the neuer see in tiergarten, beer garden, café, and restaurant, all with a lovely view. You can buy your beer and sit to relax by the lake. It couldn't be better, a pretzel and a Lowenbrau Helles to chill out after a long day walking. A must not to be missed.

This pretzel is making me thirsty!
Beer by the lake
Café am Neuen See
T: +49 30 254 49 30
Approx Damage: €10pp
Area: Tiergarten

The one visit before

Prater is the oldest beergarden in Berlin. Located in Prenzlauer Berg since 1837. A massive garden with plenty places to sit and also enough beer for an army of thirsty punters. You can read about my visit in a previous post, but I can give you some spoilers now, nice Pils and lovely schnitzel.

Oldie from Prater
T: +49 30 448 56 88
Approx Damage: €10pp
Area: Prenzlauer



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