The 21 European drafts—including the Haus Bier ($7 for 16.9 ounces), a crisp, well-balanced pilsner made exclusively for the bar by a German brewer whose name Ivanov is jealously keeping under wraps—are complemented by sausages, pretzels, and the occasional pig roast
NY Mag Guide to Beer Gardens
The place is relatively easy to access, for Hoboken. It's about four blocks from the 14th street pier of New York Waterway, and about five blocks from the 9th street station of the light rail. Perhaps two minutes south of the Lincoln Tunnel. It's in a rapidly gentrifying area of Hoboken. ETA Unlike most of Hoboken, parking isn't bad in the area.
Thirsty travelers from New York City can make a "circle tour" and also visit the Zeppelin Beer Hall, located adjacent to the Jersey Avenue stop of the light rail, and a few blocks from the PATH Grove Street station. The Zep is located in a rapidly gentrifying area of Jersey City.
Pilsener Haus website
Zeppelin Beer Hall
Edited by Rail Paul, 29 June 2011 - 07:51 PM.