The Turmrestaurant Steglitz, also known as Bierpinsel (beer brush), is a 46 m high gastronomy tower in the Steglitz neighborhood of Berlin. It has a shape resembling that of an observation tower - the original architectural idea was that of a tree shape. It was built from 1972 to 1976 by Berlin-based architects Ralf Schüler and Ursulina Schüler-Witte who later also designed the International Congress Center Berlin (ICC).
The building has three floors usually equipped with restaurants and a night club. The history of business usage is long and filled with bankruptcy featuring short periods of closing the building. The location is very prominent at the metro station Schloßstraße (Palace street, the main street of Steglitz) and highway exit Filandastraße close to the Steglitzer Kreisel shopping center.