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Top 11 Beer Gardens in Berlin

Idyllic meeting places and green oases

Restaurant Fischerhütte am Schlachtensee
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The beer gardens all over Berlin simply belong to a nice afternoon and a balmy evening. There are so many and so different beer gardens: in the middle of the city, in the greenery, cool craft beer, cult Berliner Weiße, traditional houses and hip new discoveries. We have selected our Top 11 from the many beer gardens in the city.

Tip 1: Café am Neuen See

Café am Neuen See: Beer garden in Berlin
Beer garden Café am Neuen See visitberlin, Foto: Philip Koschel

The tables are located under large trees and directly on the lakeside - in the middle of the Tiergarten. There is a rustic mixture of Bavarian and Italian specialities, i.e. Leberkäse and pizzas and of course freshly tapped beer. Take a seat on the beautiful wooden terrace and enjoy yourselves.

Where: Lichtensteinallee 2, Tiergarten

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Tip 2: Berlin Brewdog

BrewDog DogTap Berlin
Copyright: BrewDog, Foto: Sefan Hähnel

The historic building from 1901 is a real gem. The beautiful beer garden and the spacious restaurant await you with the usual selection of pizza, burgers and wings and countless types of craft beer, some of which are produced in the brewery itself.

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Tip 3: Fischerhütte am Schlachtensee

Restaurant Fischerhütte at Schlachtensee
Fischerhütte am Schlachtensee Fridolin Freudenfett (CC BY-SA 3.0) by wikimedia commons

Here it is particularly idyllic. In the middle of greenery and the view can wander over the lake, where paddlers are already venturing into the cool water. Before you stop for a bite to eat, you might want to take a little hike around the lake, it's especially relaxing. Either way you will have a good time in the beer garden Fischerhütte at Schlachtensee.

Where: Fischerhüttenstraße 136, Zehlendorf

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Tip 4: Golgatha Biergarten

Vikoriapark in Berlin Kreuzberg
Viktoriapark in Berlin Kreuzberg visitberlin, Foto: Philip Koschel

Since 1977, the Kiez has been meeting Berliners from all over the city and visitors for breakfast in the morning, coffee in the afternoon and specialities from the charcoal grill in the evening. Take a look at the website to find out all about the weather-related opening hours.

Where: In the middle of Viktoriapark, Kreuzberg

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Tip 5: Schleusenkrug

Berlin beer Berliner Weisse
Berliner Weisse visitberlin, Foto: Philip Koschel

The Schleusenkrug is idyllically situated on the waterfront in the middle of the Tiergarten. You can either sit on the terrace and wave to the boats or refresh yourself in the garden under big trees. The Schleusenkrug is only a short walk away from Kurfürstendamm, so it's the perfect place to relax in the countryside, close to a shopping spree.

Where: Müller-Breslau-Straße, Tiergarten

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 Tip 6: Baergarten

Beer GettyImages, Bild: Niccoló Pontigia / EyeEm

Hot pizza from the stone oven and cool drinks are served at the Baergarten at Revier Südost (formerly Griessmühle) on the grounds of the former Bärenquell brewery. The site also has a stage, a club garden and a flea market.

Where: Schnellerstraße 137, Treptow

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Tip 7: Luftgarten Bier & BBQ

Tempelhof field in Berlin
Tempelhof field in Berlin visitBerlin, Foto: Dagmar Schwelle

On the endless expanses of the disused airport you can cycle, inline skate or just lie in the grass and blink into the sun, and then visit the air garden. Enjoy a beer, coffee or spritzer, delicious food and a clear view over the huge Tempelhof field.

Where: Tempelhofer Park Entrance Columbiadamm, Tempelhof

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Tip 8: BRLO Brwhouse

BRLO Brwhouse + Biergarten
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The Berlin craft beer brand BRLO has long been known and loved beyond the city limits. In the meantime, there is also a popular beer garden at the Brwhouse in the Park am Gleisdreieck where you can try the different varieties.
By the way: BRLO is derived from the old Slavic origin of the name Berlin.

Where: Schöneberger Straße 16, Kreuzberg

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Tip 9: Prater

Prater beer garden in Berlin in summer
Prater beer garden visitBerlin, Foto: Philip Koschel

Berlin's oldest beer garden will open again in the course of the coming week! Since 1837, Berliners and visitors have been enjoying their beer and delicious home cooking under the large trees of the beer garden in the Prater.

Wo: Kastanienallee 7 – 9, Prenzlauer Berg

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Tip 10: Brauhaus Berlin Spandau

visitSpandau, Foto: Claudia Schwaier

This restaurant in Spandau's old town serves homemade rustic dishes made from regional products and home-distilled beer. Every month there is a different variety from Christmas beer to Märzen and Maibock. You can also book a guided tour of the brewery.

Where: Neuendorfer Straße 1, Spandau

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Tip 11: Loretta am Wannsee

Segelboote auf dem Wannsee
visitBerlin, Foto: Wolfgang Scholvien

The tradional beer garden Loretta inspires with its fantastic view of the Wannsee and its idyllic location. It is the ideal place for a break after a bike tour or a hike or for all those who simply like a beer and hearty food.

Where: Kronprinzessinnenweg 260, Zehlendorf

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doesn't smile on fotos. But in real life she enjoys with a smile in her face Berlin's rich cultural life - the metropolis both in front of and behind the scenes. Her favourite season is the Berlinale, then she spends 10 days watching movies and writing about them in the blog.