Fort Greene's premier German Biergarten
Friendly bartenders, great selection. It's a neighborhood joint with lots of space. Cash only.
Cheap and good old German dishes!
This is NOT a beer garden. Good beer, but absolutely not a beer garden.
Good beer selection. Service needs improvement—order never made it to the kitchen.
It will always be Der Schwarze Kölner to me!
German beer hall with a low key atmosphere and lots of beer. There's a fake fire place so quit complaining.
Try the Bologna sandwich with a fried egg. If you're super hungry, get a Bretzel and the split pea soup with a sausage. Ask for the sausage on the side.
Cash only. Seriously, gimme a fucking break with that nonsense.
Giant pretzels 🙏🙌😘
This place was SO GOOD!! The food is great. Service was so-so (not terrible but not great), and the mulled wine was terrific. Food for 6 people was only about $100 total.
1. No credit card accepted 2. Items in the bill we did not order. 3. Neal size is not german at all. Way too small... Not recomended
Great German beer selection and good snack food to go with it.
If you left your nice large umbrella here 10/11, follow me and comment on a check-in to get in touch with me and get it back!
Yummy rosé, interesting beer selection and great lil sidewalk seats.
Bratwurst with curry ketchup is a must!! Sit at the bar to chat with the friendly bartenders & see all the awesome beers on tap.
Very gemütlich, good German beer and what else do you need?
Cheap food and expensive (but awesome) beer. Cash only.
Get the curryworst, a .5 liter of Schneider Aventinus, and hold onto your butts.
Somehow ended up spending hours here drinking beer and eating sausages--yeah, I said it. http://www.uzonyc.com/?p=770
Fort Greene’s notable beer garden offers good times on sunny days.
bottles of clausthaler and erdinger non-alcoholic weissbrau. or opt for an apple juice spritzer #nonalcoholic
You'll have dreams about the bakery-fresh buns they serve the German faire (esp the bratwurst/currywurst) on. Wash it down with a boot-glass full of beer. Das ist goot.
Hugos! Wie zuhause.
Ну как обычно: шпатена у немцев нет, шум да гам, завышенный ценник.
Now has Käsekrainer!
Chunk a cheese. Some pickled and a beer!!!
The smoked Beers are quite tasty, especially the Smoked Oak (8%)
The grapefruit beer (Schöfferhofer) is very refreshing on a hot NY-summer day :)
Love the big heffeweisen here...the sausage is really good, and it's all served to you by cute blonde foreign chicks. I dig it and cons here often. Lots of great seating outside when it's nice our too
I had no idea this was here. They have growlers, which I drunkenly bought after drinking 1L of beer like it was water.
I like the bratwurst!!! And it's affordable!
It wasn't bad? Actually, I just need the juice for my phone from the damn outlet!!!
Bring an appetite. These beers are huge. Also, Weisswurst. There I said it. Weisswurst.
The small pretzel is delicious! But beware, the large one is too doughy.
Get a cheddar brat and whatever beer Stewart at the bar recommends.
Evidently this is a kid friendly bar, kids 2-5 everywhere. Odd i know, but they're all well behaved.
The kostritzer schwarzbier is amazing!!
Beer and wine only. Authentic german food to boot. Not a bad hangover spot
Look for sausages and pretzels from Der Schwarze Kölner at our Brooklyn Pour craft beer festival, Oct. 6 at Skylight One Hanson in BK!
I've seen better...
Wouldn't call this a beer garden, but great regardless. Service was prompt, the food was great (get extra curry ketchup), and plenty of beer to choose from. Cash only though, so leave the plastic home
Stewart is the fastest, most dependable bartender in Brooklyn.
Seriously great brat. And potato pancakes.
Try the Weisswurst With Potato Salad
Sehr winzige Portionen...Very tiny incy wincy almost invisible portions. We are actually going to eat somewhere else, after eating here
A large selection of German beer, a close walk to Ft. Greene Park (date tip: picnic), and plenty of Europeans to discuss the finer points of the Bundesliga and Goethe with.
Ask for extra pickles if you order the cheese and pickles because they don't give enough
Weinhenstephan was founded in freakin 1040.