Sometimes you just need a bar with some choice when it comes to beers. Which is right by the entrance to the Metro station, Where the service is swift and speedy. And where the Duckstein (sounds like a beer thought up by Carl Barks, doesn’t it?) is glittering in the glass like an amber jewel.
The Bierbar is on the ground floor of the Alexanderplatz station. It does not get more central than that. In the middle of Berlin, in the middle of Germany, in the middle of Europe.
Five beers on tap, ten in bottles. A sausage menu if you need that.
Every day is not for oak aged barely wines or stouts winning international awards. Sometimes you need to rest your feet, rehydrate and spend five minutes watching the world go by. That is why we need places like this. Then there are others both for long balmy nights and rainy winter afternoons. We need them all!