Neukölln has been home to Berliner Berg for years; their history started in a basement in Schillerkiez in 2015. When it was time to grow, they didn’t want to leave the neighborhood, and we completely understand that we have been calling Neukölln home since we moved to Berlin.
With the growth, more opportunities appeared. When they opened the Berliner Berg Brauerei on Treptower Strasse, they didn’t focus only on making beer.
Behind the beer factory, there is a beer garden for all, and this is a place you should try out whenever you want to taste their great beers straight from the tap.
A visit to the Berliner Berg Brauerei Neukölln
Between where the Berlin Wall used to be, close to the S-Bahn tracks, this is where you will find the great beers from Berliner Berg. Treptower Strasse is a bit far from the main sights in the area, which is interesting since reaching the beer garden can feel like a discovery.
Construction started in June 2020, and even the mayor of Neukölln was there to see the start of this fantastic project. More than 30 tons of stainless steel were installed in the Berliner Berg Brauerei, coming from Nordhausen in Thuringia.
Behind the brewery, where up to 10,000 hectoliters of beer can be produced each year is where you’re going to find the cosiest beer garden in Neukölln. We were there in the summer of 2021, right after it opened, and we loved it. The pictures you’re seeing here are from this first visit.
In the beer garden, you will be able to find the regular beers that made Berliner Berg one of the best beers in town. Food is not a problem there since you can bring whatever you want or even order something straight into your table. We did that with some pizzas, and it was perfect.
Food trucks might be ready for you there during the weekends, but it would be better to check their social media pages about that before getting your hopes up.
If you want to sit and relax while you taste some of the best beers produced in Berlin, you need to visit the Berliner Berg Brauerei in Neukölln.
Their beer garden is only open in the summer months, and you know we will be there to enjoy a cold beer and the late evenings.
Before you head into the Berliner Berg beer garden, don’t forget to check their social media like Instagram and Facebook. Maybe you’ll learn about some unique beers or a food truck. If you are feeling adventurous, just follow the map below and grab some beers.
Berliner Berg Brauerei Neukölln
Treptower Strasse 39