on the world-famous Brühl’s Terrace
The Radeberger Spezialausschank bar could hardly be in a more picturesque spot: right by the Elbe in an old bridge-master’s tollhouse, surrounded by well-known sights in the heart of the historic Old Town! It is only a few steps to the Semper Opera House, the Zwinger or the Neumarkt with the rebuilt Frauenkirche.
This impressive stroll through Dresden’s Old Town leaves you thirsty! In the old bridge-master’s tollhouse at Brühl’s Terrace, a full-bodied surprise awaits you. A delightfully fresh beer: a Radeberger Pilsner!
After its construction in 1848, this was where tolls were collected from people crossing the Augustusbrücke bridge. In the GDR, the building was used by the Saxon Steamship Company’s “White Fleet”. Since its loving, elaborate restoration in 2000, it has been dedicated to guests from all over the world who appreciate Radeberger beer culture.
The first thing to catch the eye when you enter the ground floor is the four splendid copper serving tanks – each filled with 1,000 litres of the amber nectar from the Radeberger brewery. The old bridge-master’s house has a unique claim to fame: it is the only place in Dresden where the team behind the bar also serve Radeberger Zwickelbier. This unfiltered Radeberger Pilsner is a specialty!
The cosy gem of a bar on two floors offers delicious food and drinks to match, taken from Saxon cuisine, which is very good at keeping up the tradition of simple, hearty cooking! Perfect hospitality – alongside the balanced aroma and pleasantly bitter taste of a Radeberger Pilsner, crowned only by a view fit for kings from the romantic rooftop terrace…