Poznan

Brovaria

  Stary Rynek 73-74 (Brovaria Hotel) ,   Old Town          (+48) 61 858 68 68     03 Oct 2019

Brovaria feels an integral part of Poznań life, and it’s certainly become established as the main expat haunt since the demise of Dom Vikingów. Yet while it feels an ingrained piece of Poznań one look at the design reveals a modern, industrial space, one where steel and glass combine to create a sharp looking area that looks as edgy now as when it first opened. However, coming here to admire the interiors would be missing the point; this place is all about beer, namely the excellent house lagers that are brewed out back in the copper vats. Here’s one of the best microbreweries in Poland, quite possibly the best: enjoy it.

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13.02.2013
Kippax Steve

This place is fantastic. Spent three days and nights there a few years back when in Poznan for a football match (Manchester City). Superb beer brewed on site. One of the best bars in Europe.
08.12.2011
Lance Grundy

This place is a rare find. An upmarket bar that manages to be both stylish and welcoming. It’s a working brewery too. Situated in an old tenement building on the Stary Rynek from the front it doesn’t look particularly special. Go inside though and you’re met with a choice of four venues. A bar on the left an upscale restaurant on the right and straight ahead a grand staircase at the top of which lies a large drinking room where the copper vats take pride of place. At the bottom of the same staircase is a cellar bar with a slightly more edgy vibe. To be honest of an afternoon I found it impossible to get past the bar where I could smoke to my heart’s content while supping a half-litre or two of the potent 9 Pils Honey or Wheat beer which they brew on the premises. At only 9 zloty a pop it seemed a bargain considering the surroundings and ultra-efficient service.The staff themselves were friendly and always had time for a chat in English or a chuckle at my dire attempts to speak one or two Polish words. They even managed to make sure we got stools at the bar during a very busy Friday night when we arrived late and the place was packed. Definitely recommend you drop in for one or two if you’re in Poznan. Bravo Brovaria.
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