Posted by: nancycurteman | January 27, 2012

Kindl-Schultheiss-Brewery: Beer Lovers’ Paradise

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The sign on the Kindl-Schultheiss-Brewery in Berlin, Germany, reads “Berliner-Kindl-Schultheiss-Brauerei Herzlich Willkommen”—“Kindl Schultheiss Brewery Offers Welcome.”

What a welcome it is! In fact, Kindl Schultheiss Brewery is a beer drinker’s paradise. Not only does Kindl-Schultheiss-Brewery offer a wide variety of wonderful beers, it also offers visitors a comprehensive tour of the facilities. In other words, you see how beer is brewed from the first hop drop to the final sparkling bottle of  this nectar of the Gods.

That’s not all. After the tour you join the tour leader in a spectacular copper-plumbed bar where you can drink as much beer as you like.

Wait, wait! That’s still not all. You can sit down to a delicious meal of wiener schnitzel with fluffy mashed potatoes smothered in mouth-watering gravy and a side of buttery peas and carrots. And, of course, more beer.

If you plan to visit Berlin and you’re a beer lover or just curious about the brewing process, book a tour of Kindl Schultheiss brewery. It will make your trip truly memorable.

Address: 13053 Indira-Gandhi-Str. 66-69 Phone: + 49 30 96090

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  1. That looks a great place to taste test some brews! Thanks, NC.


    • You not only taste, you can chug-a-lug. You can have all the beer you want.


  2. Yes Nancy you have hit it on the head. It seems like a great site to visit and enjoy a great German beer and one of their well known national dishes.


  3. I do love German beer. A schnitzel sounds great. I am hungry already.


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