Beatutil old style pub with leather seatings, quite narrow, but with some extra rooms if you pass the bar. 20 or so taps with a decent selection. Did not check for bottles and did not eat. Rugby on tv as we visited, and this is really a english style pub.
An atmospheric and usually crowded (too crowded in my view) pub in Gamla Stan. A number of taps offer beers, mostly from the Galatea range. I had a Peanut Butter Brown Ale from Thornbridge and it was in good nick. The service can be slow because of how crowded it can be.
Little cramped upstairs, feels like an authentic pub. 26 taps 10 of them are Craft beers, which are rotating according to the pleasant girl in the bar.Swedish, and international beers.
Big labrinth cellar with free live music in the evenings, Had a burger which was really good! Not bad value for Stockholm
Lätt att hitta i Gamla stan, atmosfär: Den Irländska puben är två våningar, riktigt mysigt är källarvåningen där spelningarna äger rum, blir mycket bra akustik och ger en trevlig inlevelse så som upplevelse. värt att besöka om man har sport intresse, afterwork eller vill uppleva live musik sex dagar i veckan. Det är gratis entré om man vill uppleva live spelningar. Personal och service: helt ok. Öl utbud: Internationellt, svenskt och amerikanskt öl finns. Det enda som puben får som kritik är ingången och när det blir trångt. Baren och borden vid ingången gör det svårt att komma in på stället, man får vara smidig om man vill in.
Small crowded pub. Nice arched cellar rooms downstairs where the live music is played most nights. Selection is decent for a regular pub, but not overly exciting from a beer geek perspective. Not far from Monk’s Porter House and on the way from there to Akkurat, but not really worth visiting if it is beer ticks you are after, but worth it if you want to hear some band playing in a small cellar.
My first impression of Wirströms was that it was like an English pub but, looking on their website now, I see it’s billed as an Irish pub and sports bar. It could be seen as cosy, quirky and authentic or – less charitably – as dark, muggy and cramped. It certainly has an interesting layout, with lots of nooks and crannies on different levels. The beer list didn’t hold much attraction for me as it seemed to have almost exclusively English and Irish ales, and nothing much out of the ordinary.
(Visited 2 March 2013).
A smallish beer-oriented pub in the old town of sthlm. Cozy, but a bit small and cramped. Considering the size of the establishment, the number of taps is impressive. Features quite well-known brands, with a couple-four pouring smaller Swedish brews. The food is ok barfood (tried the club sandwich). Not that cheap, but pretty much in line with what places charge for decent service & selection around there.
Came here as Monk’s Porter House wasn’t open. Nice and quiet place with good service. Selection ranges from classic British beers to classic Belgian beers, such as Maredsous 8, which was on tap. Some Swedish macros as well. Whisky selection is quite nice. Didn’t try out the food.