Belgrade’s craft beer scene is getting more noticeable each day. What started with just one or two brands now expanded to almost 10.
Here’s a breakdown of where to try craft beer in Belgrade.
This beer shop is located in Zemun neighbourhood and offers more than 40 types of beer. Try Dogma Crna Krava made by Dogma Brewery. There’s a small sitting area too.
Address: Bezanijska 37
This is one of the most popular pubs in Belgrade with excellent beer choices. It’s great for hanging out with friends and you can also play foosball or darts. The place can be a bit chaotic and smokey in winter but that’s the case with almost every Serbian bar unfortunately. Try some beers from the Kabinet brewery – the most popular craft beers in Serbia at the moment.
Address: Rige od Fere 16
Another very popular beer only place in Belgrade with more than 50 types of beer on offer. Arrive before 9pm or you probably won’t get a table. They also have a summer garden and the staff is very helpful and knowledgeable.
Address: Balkanska 13
Majstor Za Pivo
One of the biggest craft beer stores in the Balkans. You’ll find over 150 beers here.
Address: Hercega Stjepana 15
This bar also has a nice atmosphere and it’s much easier to find a table here than at ‘Samo Pivo’ for example. They feature Kabinet beers and bottled beers from all over the world.
Address: Milutina Bojica 2
This place is different than the others as it also serves food, mostly German (as you could tell from the name). There’s a good selection of beers and food wise, they serve sausages, burgers and hot wings.
Address: Brace Krsmanovic 6
The Black Turtle represents a chain of pubs with four pubs in the city center and a mini-brewery established in 2000. They are famous for their blueberry, lemon and strawberry beers.
Cigla & Krigla Pub
Srpska kuca piva