Unfortunately not the centerpiece slide of the soon-to-replace-water beer park, Bierstube essentially translates to “drinking hall”, and is the Eulogy crew's Bavarian renovation of Old City's Asian Bistro, which's now a sudsy cathedral thanks to black lacquer fixtures and century-old stained glass, so, It’s Been Awhile since they made that.
The beer list is mighty: Kulmbacher Eisbock, Jever Pils, and Schneider Aventinus, along with more than 100 bottles and cans including everything from Westmalle dubbels & tripels to Monchshof Shwarzbier, so when your buddy says “I see your Shwarzbier is as big as mine”, high-five the crap out of him, then immediately ask for one in a bigger glass, because life is a competition.
For food, it’s ever-changing charcuterie and cheese plates, twice-fried Belgian frietjes and miesmuscheln mit bier (Congrats! You can now say "mussels w/ beer" in German. Actually, there’s no way you can pronounce that right.), and mains like brown butter-sauteed piroggen, Hungarian beef/ veal/ pork/ spaetzle goulash, and a platter of mixed sausages.
As long as you refrain from making Berliner jokes, Bierstube will also be kind enough to hook you up with chicken & wiener schnitzel sandos along with a fried bologna & sauerkraut-topped German burger, plus desserts like apple strudel and chocolate fondue with dipping accompaniments -- which, at Beerworld Magical Land, will be known as “anyone also willing to get into the Red Dog River with you”.