Please note: no further updates are being done to our database, starting January 6th 2021.
In order to differentiate between taprooms, brewer-owned bars and brew-pubs, this list refers strictly to bars or pubs that brew their own beer on site, and whose beers are not available in other locations except the one where the beer is actually made. We’re currently aware of 7 such places. Brew-pubs that also bottle their beers and sell them outside the venue’s premises did not make the final headcount, but they get a special mention further down the page.
If you’re passing through Târgoviște, check out the traditional beers brewed at this brew pub/restaurant.
The first brew pub to open in Timișoara opened it’s gates on the 17th of November, promising an outstanding range of different brews.
One of the oldest brewpubs in Bucharest, serving up traditional beers alongside excellent traditional food.
Opened in 2019, this is the first brewpub in Sibiu, and the 5th brewery in the county.
Crafting a number of different styles, enjoy great beer with great food in this Constanța brew pub.
Recently opened in Bacău, this medieval themed brew pub, restaurant and hotel certainly offers something a little different.
Open in Piatra Neamț, this brew pub/restaurant serves a good dose of site brewed beer, live entertainment and excellent food.
Although no longer just brewpubs (seeing how their beers are also available in shops and bars across the country), it is worth mentioning the following locations, which still brew their beers on site.
With the main location in Lerești, Argeș county, Pardon have a separate bar and restaurant in Câmpulung, the perfect place to enjoy their beers fresh, paired with some tasty dishes.
Once a well known Romanian brewery with a history going back to the 19th century, it has recently been rebranded and reopened, as a craft brewery and brewpub.
The only brew pub in Cluj-Napoca, and one of the oldest breweries in the country, they serve a range of beers and tasty food.
Although a brewery in its own right, they relocated in July 2019 to Hangar by Ground Zero, which means that, apart from having their own taproom, they are also brewing the beer on site. We are giving them a special mention in the brewpub section as a result.