Darren Lavery grabbed a last-minute equaliser as Stirling were denied the win that would have moved us joint top of League 2.
David Weatherston gave Albion the lead on the hour mark with his first goal for the club but Lavery lashed home a late leveller after a spell of Berwick pressure.
A draw was about right overall and retains our unbeaten away record, which stretches back to a 1-0 defeat at Shielfield on March 5, but eight clubs are now separated by only four points in League 2.
Greig McDonald’s side are in fourth spot going into next week’s game at Elgin, below Albion Rovers on goal difference, two points behind leaders East Stirlingshire and one below Berwick.
The Binos boss listed a team showing two changes to the side that lost 2-0 to Annan, with Kieran McAnespie making way for fit-again skipper Jamie Bishop and Phil Johnston replacing Mark Ferry.
However, an injury in the warm-up to midfielder Dale Fulton saw Ferry start while there was a first appearance of the season for Danny Ashe, who replaced the injured Ross McGeachie at the interval.
Berwick went into the game having scored four goals in each of their two previous outings at home, while we were seeking a third away win on the trot this term.
Chances were scarce in the first half. Our best opening came in 19 minutes when Weatherston picked out Stephen Day but his shot was held by Paul Grant while it needed a last-ditch tackle from Ross Forsyth to thwart Berwick as half-time loomed.
The second half was much more open and entertaining. Albion almost went ahead after a great run by Phil Johnston but Ferry fired over before David Crawford denied Neil Janczyk the opener with a fantastic save.
We took the lead after 60 minutes when a wonderful pass from Ferry allowed Weatherston to find space in the box and the ex-Falkirk forward guided a fine finish across Grant and into the far corner.
Ian Little’s men pushed hard for an equaliser and Crawford came to the rescue when he did brilliantly to push away a Steve Notman drive after the midfielder had weaved his way into the box.
Berwick were not to be denied and Lavery scored from six yards for his fifth league goal of the season after a deep cross had been nodded into his path.
It was hard to grudge Berwick the point but this was a vastly improved performance after last week’s defeat to Annan and the Borderers look like being tough opponents for anyone at Shielfield.
Berwick Rangers: Grant, Jacobs, Hoskins, Dunlop, Tulloch, Janczyk (Gielty 61), Currie, Notman, Dalziel (Gray 69), Lavery, O’Brien (Carse 77).
Subs (not used): Morris, Tufail (GK).
Scorer: Lavery 89
Stirling Albion: Crawford, McGeachie (Ashe 46), Forsyth, Ferry, Bishop, Smith, Johnston, Weir, White, Weatherston, Day.
Subs (not used): McAnespie, Coyne, Cunningham, Clark, Robertson (GK).
Scorer: Weatherston 60
Referee: Alan Newlands