Whether you like dark or pale lager, stout or wheat beer, all these tasty beers, and many more, can be enjoyed in the historic surroundings of the Plevna Brewery Pub & Restaurant.
Brewery pub & restaurant

Plevna was established in 1994, in the old Finlayson cotton mills, and it is the only genuine brewery pub in Tampere, producing a vast selection of beers made on the premises. Since its opening, Plevna has been one of the most popular meeting places for local people and visitors alike.

In Plevna you can enjoy a variety of pure, flavoursome beer from our brewery, delicious food, unique surroundings,  and, of course, the well-known jovial company of Tampere.


Oktoberfest September 18 – October 4, 2020
Plevna’s 26th annual Oktoberfest. Read more.

Brand new beer shop
Now you can buy our brewery products from our new beer store. Open every day until 21:00.

Lunch mon-fri 11-14 o’clock
Daily changing lunch menu and A la Carte menu.



Itäinenkatu 8 (Finlayson area)
Tampere – Finland

Tel. +358 3 2601 200

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Mon 11-22
Tue-Thu 11-24
Fri-Sat 11-02
Sun 12-23

Visit in our other restaurants: British-style Pub Oluthuone


James Finlayson, a Scotsman, founded a cotton mill in Tampere in 1820. The weaving hall, where The Plevna Brewery Pub & Restaurant is located today, was built in 1877, and the name Plevna dates back to this period.

In the Russo-Turkish War (1877-78) there were men from the Finlayson cotton mills who fought alongside Russian troops, and since the custom of the day was to name each new Finlayson building after some significant current event, the weaving hall was named after a battle fought in the Balkan town of Plevna during this conflict. Therefore, it was more than appropriate for us to call our pub Plevna.

Plevna is also linked with another historic event: in 1882, the very first electric light bulbs in the Nordic countries brought light to the Finlayson weaving hall, only three years after Thomas Alva Edison’s invention.

The very first electric light bulbs in the Nordic countries brought light to the Finlayson weaving hall, a wall plaque near the Plevna brewery pub & restaurant.