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Hops & Barley
A traditional German pub in almost every possible way, Hops & Barley still manages to unite young and old in the same space with its incredible selection of beers and cider, all of which are brewed in house. With outside seating as well as a cosy back room, it's the perfect spot to while away an Autumn afternoon. Try the cider - it's delicious.

Address: 22-23 Wühlischstrasse, Friedrichshain | Telephone: |

Italian craft beer in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg is happily a thing, and Birra's 16 taps and three hand pump options are the perfect way to acquaint yourself with Italy's innovatively vibrant craft beer scene. If the amber brew isn't for you don't worry, this cosy bar also serves a stellar line up of Italian wines, aperitivos and bar snacks.

Address: Prenzlauer Allee 198 | Telephone: 030 55243713 |

Geist im Glas
This rowdy Neukölln restaurant and bar is back and better than ever after a fire closed the original project down. By day, Geist im Glas serves one of the best brunches money can buy, and by night its cocktail list is a creative mix of classics and new serves which the friendly bartenders are happy to tailor to your exact requests.

Address: 27 Lenaustrasse | Telephone: |

 Right at the intersection of the Landwehrkanal and the Spree is the Birgit&Bier complex which acts as a beer garden during the day and an open air club venue in the evenings. Better yet, Kanaan have just opened up a second outpost of their delicious Israeli restaurant here, so you can enjoy tasty hummus and more whilst sipping on your beer.

Address: Schleusenufer 3, 10997 Berlin | Telephone: |

Danish craft beer, a central Berlin location, 24 beers on tap and many more in bottles, cheese and meat snacks all available from local producers, and coffee from a local roaster: what more could you want from a beer pit stop?

Address: Torstra | Telephone: |

With 14 beers on tap and selected bottles from Berlin, Germany and the rest of the world, Hopfenreich are nothing but dedicated to their love of craft beer. Classic and rare brews sit side by side, and their knowledgeable staff will help inform you on what could otherwise be a fairly complicated decision. Check out their website for one of their ‘beer talks' events as well.

Address: Sorauer Str. 31 | Telephone: (0)30 88061080 |

BRLO Brwhouse
This all new refuge for meat and beer lovers underneath Gleisdreieck station has it all: n awesome setting, great service, juicy portions of ribs, brisket and other meats, home-made sauces and gallons of delicious beers all brewed on site. As the sun starts to shine grab an outside table and make your way through the enormous menu.

Address: Schöneberger Str. 16 | Telephone: 01517 4374235 |

JaJa Wines
JaJa is all about natural wines from low intervention producers without additives that showcase the terroir of the wine. The friendly staff at this neighbourhood bar will keep your glass topped up whilst you learn about the differing variations. And the bar menu is full of fresh ingredients and flavours to complement your drinks.

Address: Weichselstraße 7 | Telephone: 030 52666911 |

Lugosi offers top notch cocktails, a relaxed, candle lit vibe, cool tunes and an extensive drinks list. Their Truffle Martini needs to be tasted to be believed, but they'll whip up all of the classics for you on request. A real winter warmer.

Address: Reichenberger Str. 152 | Telephone: 0176 30444505 |

Weserstraße in the middle of the uber cool Neukölln neighbourhood is well known for its nightlife. Those wishing to experience a slightly more chilled vibe are encouraged to check out Jungbusch which mixes cocktails, easy going tunes, a laid- back skater crowd and plenty of Berlin good times.

Address: Weserstrasse 16 | Telephone: 030 210101 |

Wild Things
A playground for adults with good taste, Wild Things' wine list is 100% natural, which many claim is the secret to a better hangover the following morning (although the same can't be said for their Mezcal collection). If the wine list isn't for you, the surprisingly advanced bar menu and all-round good vibes will ensure you don't leave this rowdy Neukölln bar until well into the early hours.

Address: Weserstrasse 172 | Telephone: 01578 3130418 |

Berlin sundowners don't get more iconic than those witnessed from this Neukölln bar which resides atop a shopping centre car park. The unlikely location gives way to stunning views best washed down with a warm glass of Glühwein on chilly evenings. Go quick before the whole place closes for winter. 

Address: Neukölln Arcaden, Karl-Marx-Straße 66 | Telephone: |


Located in the heart of uber-cool Kreuzberg, Luzia is a loungy cafe-bar with light installations, artistic decorations, DJs, armchairs, live music events and, ostensibly, a very hip clientele. If you're looking for somewhere fun to start off a rowdy Berlin evening, this is your spot.

Address: 34 Oranienstrasse | Telephone: |

The summery sister of Salon zur Wilden Renate, Else is a sunny open air venue located just a couple of meters away from it's older sibling. The patio dancing, feel-good vibes and impressive DJ line up make this club a must-visit if you want to experience Berlin's infamous night life but see some sun!

Address: An den Treptowers 10, 12435 Berlin | Telephone: 030 25041426 |

Imagine a living room styled by the Talking Heads and you're partway to understanding the oddball nature of this basement club which offers a trippy alternative to the techno-heavy nights Berlin's nightlife offers. The drinks are great, the crowd is chirpy and the music will transport you to another era.

Address: Richardstraße 10 | Telephone: +49 30 70121060 |

Rummels Bucht
This lively techno club also hosts some great outdoor events once spring's rays hit including live music, table tennis, pizza nights and open grills where cutlery, plates, sauces and grilling stations are provided so that you can cook whatever you fancy. Grab a drink from the bar and chill, all in view of the Rummelsberger Lake.

Address: Hauptstraße 1 | Telephone: |

Kater Blau
Located on the banks of the Spree, Kater is much more than just a club. Once past the queues and (sometimes tough) door policy you'll find movie theatres, flea markets, long drinks on the roof, freshly baked pizzas and dance courses during the summer weeks.

Address: Holzmarktstra | Telephone: |

Partying in Berlin often means dress codes, long queues and strict door policies. Those looking to sample it with a little less stress should head to Griessmühle. A favourite with Berlin's best DJ's and party goers, Griessmühle's door policy is mostly common sense and the varied events programme also has a regular English comedy night, open-air concert and vaudeville shows.

Address: Sonnenallee 221 | Telephone: |

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