1. Our/BerlinAm Flutgraben 2, Berlin
2. Preussische Spirituosen ManufakturSeestrasse 13, Berlin
3. Bar TausendSchiffbauerdamm 11, Berlin
4. Brauerei EschenbräuTriftstrasse 67, Berlin
5. Preussischer DistilleryAm Gutshof 3, Schönermark
6. Wine & Spirits CentreBrunowstrasse 17, Berlin
7. The Liquor CompanyWeserstrasse. 53, Berlin
Not only is this Kreuzberg micro-distillery open for tours, but it also houses a bar that allows you to taste their vodka (made with Berlin city water and German wheat).
This Wedding distillery is one of the oldest in Berlin, and it produces a variety of spirits including Adler gin. The place is open for tours, tastings, and has a shop where you can pick up bottles to take home.
One of the hippest bars in Berlin, Bar Tausend features fantastic craft cocktails inside its stylish interior, and they usually feature live music on most nights.
Although the 2000s baby brewery Brauerei Eschenbräu is know for its seasonals that dominate the beer garden's menu, its still got a handful of mainstays to satisfy beer drinkers of all kinds: a malty pils, a chocolatey dark, a fruity wheat, and a citrusy wheat. They're all easy to drink, and they all pair well with the snacks and other fare that rotates frequently on the beergarden's menu. The cellar's got a traditional German style and plenty of tables, but an evening under the beer garden's winding tree branches and string lights is not to be missed out on.
This 160yr-old distillery cooks up small-batch single malt whiskey, and you can tour the facility and stop in for tastings.
This family-run business offers an expansive selection of liquors, as well as more than 700 wines from around the globe.