From wheat and honey lagers to pale ales from Hawaii and Norway, the Naïv menu is a beer lover’s dream. In this bar and restaurant, you’ll find up to 100 craft beers from around the world. One particular highlight is the Norwegian Sour Suzy, which tastes like a typical Berliner wheat beer, while the Gurken Goose riffs on sour beer brewing with its blend of salt, coriander and lactic acid. Naiv’s own beer on tap is made with four different types of malt. Note the backdrop to the bar – 6,500 hand-laid wooden blocks. Combine that with warm red brick walls, solid wood tables and plenty of concrete, and you have the perfect industrial-chic backdrop for a solid night of swilling.
Don’t underestimate the people of Frankfurt and their ability to party. This might be the financial capital of Europe, but they’ve got to let off steam somehow, right? And there’s no better place to do that then one of Frankfurt’s brilliant bars.
Here you’ll find everything from craft breweries to hidden cocktail bars, wacky old-school rock bars and trendy spots for natural wine. There’s no shortage of drinking opps here, you’ve just got to know where to look. Here are the best bars in Frankfurt.
Mairi Beautyman is a journalist based in Berlin. At Time Out, all of our travel guides are written by local writers who know their cities inside out. For more about how we curate, see our editorial guidelines.