Famous Brewpubs in Hamburg (Self Guided), Hamburg

Hamburg, true to its German tradition, is famous for its beer. Hamburg has a few beer brand names that are considered among the best in the country. The brewpubs are the ideal place where you can taste genuine local beer and just have fun while in Hamburg. This self-guided tour will leads you to some of the best brewpubs in the city.
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Guide Name: Famous Brewpubs in Hamburg
Guide Location: Germany » Hamburg (See other walking tours in Hamburg)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 6
Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.9 Km or 1.2 Miles
Author: naomi
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Hofbräu on the Alster Restaurant
  • Klimperkiste Pub
  • Franziskaner Restaurant
  • Brauhaus Joh. Albrecht Restaurant
  • Irish Pub In the Fleetenkieker
  • Gröninger Private Brewery
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Hofbräu on the Alster Restaurant

1) Hofbräu on the Alster Restaurant

In October 2005, the Hofbräu an der Alster opened its doors in Hamburg and has been a unique Bavarian flair in northern Germany. The well-cooled, original Hofbräuhaus beer that is served in beer mugs and the extensive Bavarian dishes provide culinary satisfaction to all lovers of German cuisine. During the day, you can enjoy Bavarian dishes in a cozy atmosphere and in the evening you can experience the Oktoberfest feeling!
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Klimperkiste Pub

2) Klimperkiste Pub

Klimperkiste is one fun place to spend your time. This narrow pub located on the Esplanade can be spotted easily by its bright yellow front side. It offers a great selection of beers for beer lovers, such as Jever Pilsener, Holsten Pils, Klimper Dark, Duckstein and Erdinger Hefeweizen. Once a week, Klimperkiste hosts live music performances.
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Franziskaner Restaurant

3) Franziskaner Restaurant

Franziskaner is a rustic and extremely comfortable venue in the middle of Hamburg. Here you can spoil yourself with some great German and Bavarian beer and food. The staff is dressed in traditional costumes and speaks fluent English. Franziskaner feels like Octoberfest all year round.
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Brauhaus Joh. Albrecht Restaurant

4) Brauhaus Joh. Albrecht Restaurant

Brauhaus Joh. Albrecht is located in the immediate vicinity of Town Hall, on the first floor of an office building on one of Hamburg's channels. Here you can enjoy the home-brewed beers Kupfer- malty, dark and mild, and Messing- light with a hoppy bitterness. These beers are made before your eyes in the middle of the restaurant. The staff is happy to answer your questions and show you the art of brewing beer in a tour of the brewery.
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Irish Pub In the Fleetenkieker

5) Irish Pub In the Fleetenkieker

This award-winning pub welcomes visitors to immerse themselves in Irish culture. Guests can watch live televised sports, indulge in delicious Irish food and beverages, and enjoy live Irish music.

During sporting events, the pub comes alive as fans cheer on their favorite teams. Live music is played every weekend and features diverse Irish sounds from traditional folk music to pop songs.

If you are looking for Irish hospitality, the bar serves Guinness, a selection of craft beers, and a variety of whiskeys. Try traditional dishes such as fish and chips, shepherd's pie, or Irish breakfast for dinner.

If you are lucky, you can join in one of the pub's popular quiz nights. This lively, welcoming pub will enchant you.
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Gröninger Private Brewery

6) Gröninger Private Brewery

Gröninger Privatbrauerei is the main brewery of Gröninger. The brewery is located in a beautiful building. The pub is located in the cellars of the brewery. A tour of the entire beer-making process is organized for visitors. The pub offers fresh brewed beer; the most popular among the visitors are Gröninger Pils, Gröninger Hanseaten Weisse and Gröninger Orange.

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