Romanian beer is a topic we don’t mince words about. It’s a great way to cool down and enjoy the best of summer. Beer has been a part of culture for centuries, especially in pop culture. They are not all lost.
We’ve had quite the hot days in Romania, so we thought beer would be a good way to cool down. !

Romanian beer at its best
1. Timisoareana brewery was established in Timisoara in 1718. It has a history of nearly 300 years. The history of beer began in the first Romanian brewery. The tradition has been preserved and the values have remained the same since then. Timisoreana is brewed using traditional recipes.

From 2005 to 2012, Timisoreana organized a tour across the country in celebration of the opening of the first Romanian brewery called “Sarbatorile Timisoreana”.

2. The events of Cluj are closely connected to Ursus’s history. Ursus’ first brewery in Cluj was established in Manastur in 1878. Ursus is proud to launch this year the first beer made specifically for a Romanian music festival — UNTOLD Festival – inspired by the experience and unique atmosphere created at the festival.

3. Ciucas is made from the following essential ingredients: Roasted malt and flavoured hops. Ciucas’ story began in Brasov in 1892. Named after the mountain from which the water was taken in the receipt springs, the beer’s name is Ciucas.

4. Ground Zero makes a comeback in Romania’s craft beer category. Ground Zero is a product that sets new standards and changes the perception of beer in Romania. This beer is the result of a passion challenge: “Break all boundaries & burn all known limits in brewing beer. Let everything reduce down to creativity spontaneity and non-conformism.” The beer can be found in 18 Bucharest pubs, one each in Cluj, Timisoara, Iasi, Timisoara, and Brasov.

5. Zaganu craft beer has no pasteurization, strong flavor, and is made with three types hops. It also contains fine black malt extract. Zaganu beer is available in 12 cities across Romania. A few skilled people make Zaganu beer at Fabrica de Bere Buna (1817 m) near Cheia resort.

You might be wondering why you should try a bear. Because:
It is very affordable. A single beer at a restaurant costs on average 1.15 Euro
It tastes great. There are many varieties of beer available, both local and imported. Each flavor can be customized to meet your needs.
* This is a great way to cool down during the summer heat in Romania. It’s obvious that cold beer is the best way to beat the heat!

Romanian Beer Bars
1. Beraria H is Bucharest’s largest restaurant and Eastern Europe’s largest brewery. It can be found in Pavilion H, close to Park Herastrau. Beraria H covers 4975m indoors and 3200m outdoors. There is also a terrace and parking space.

Beraria H can accommodate up to 2,000 people, has a spectacular terrace overlooking the lake Herastrau, bar areas, a restaurant and a pub.

2. Hanu’ Berarilor in Bucharest is an exceptional place. This is where you can enjoy the finest dishes and a refreshing beer. You must visit this place if you love to drink beer. The restaurant can hold 800 people. The restaurant is located in an historic building called Casa Oprea Soare. It features a Romanian interwar cuisine and environment preservation original elements of furniture and authentic recipes.

3. Caru cu Bere is the brewery of din Strada Stavropoleo. It’s a place rich in tradition, where each object tells its own story. It is one of few places in Bucharest that seems to have remained the same. The architecture reminds those who visit it why Bucharest was once called The Little Paris. Caru ‘cu Bere is known for its delicious dishes and beer made from a secret recipe. Long ago, the house’s speciality was the sausage with horseradish. The historic and architectural monument that houses the restaurant has been declared is its building. Tuborg brewery has a secret recipe that makes the beer in the house. This drink is only available for one month.

4. Ursus Cotton Pub is modeled after the London pubs. The pub has a warm and welcoming atmosphere. There is also good music. Sibiu’s stunning decor will make you want to visit just to have a look.

5. Fabrica de Bere Ursus, Cluj-Napoca, is decorated in a unique style. It retains some of its original installations. One of the most fascinating aspects of decor is the ability to see the entire brewing process through the glass walls. This allows consumers to follow the production line. This is why Fabrica de Bere is known as the Beer Factory.

6. Beer Zone is a great place to go if you are in Iasi. The Beer Zone has the best beer selection in town. Although they don’t offer food, you can still choose from more than 100 European beers: the traditional beer, non-alcoholic beer, cooked beer, caramelized beer, beer with cherry, raspberry, or peach; and all of it cold.

Remember to drink responsibly, travel often, and if you need a vacation in Romania, you know where you can go.