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Berlin Beer: A Rebirth

Having given us Oktoberfest as well as being the world’s third largest beer-consuming nation, Germany is in its element when it comes to craft beer.

Though it came to Berlin relatively late, the craft beer trend has seen micro-breweries and speciality bars crop up all over the city in the past few years, inspiring French emigrant Amandine Hach to begin documenting this growing beer culture in Berlin.

Hopfenreich

Sorauer Str. 31, 10997 Berlin, Germany

Amandine: A renovated corner bar, Hopenreich showcases the work of local craft breweries in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district.

Amandine: A renovated corner bar, Hopenreich showcases the work of local craft breweries in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district.

Deck 5

Schönhauser Allee Arcaden, Schönhauser Allee 79, 10439 Berlin, Germany

Amandine: Tucked away on the 7th floor of a parking garage, Deck5 is the perfect spot to watch the sun set over Berlin.

Amandine: Tucked away on the 7th floor of a parking garage, Deck5 is the perfect spot to watch the sun set over Berlin.

IPA Bar

Karl-Marx-Straße 195, 12055 Berlin, Germany

Amandine: The IPA Bar is a beer-lover's oasis on the popular Karl-Marx Strasse.

Amandine: The IPA Bar is a beer-lover's oasis on the popular Karl-Marx Strasse.

Amandine: Check out their extensive collection of craft beers and leafy courtyard.

Amandine: Check out their extensive collection of craft beers and leafy courtyard.

Amano Grand Central

Heidestraße 62, 10557 Berlin, Germany

Amandine: This swanky hotel’s motto of “affordable luxury” is reflected in the Amano Grand Central bar’s diverse drinks menu and relaxed atmosphere.

Amandine: This swanky hotel’s motto of “affordable luxury” is reflected in the Amano Grand Central bar’s diverse drinks menu and relaxed atmosphere.

This photo journal was a collaboration between Amadine Hach (@lesberlinettes) and Unpacked.