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Beer Available At Systembolaget Sisjön - Hantverksvägen (Askim / Göteborg) (arranged by most recent)
Dupont Monk’s Stout 78, Lagunitas Brown Shugga 97, Struise Pannepot Grand Reserva 100, Struise Rio Reserva 99, Van Eecke Hommelbier Nieuwe Oogst Fresh Harvest 2014 88, Innis & Gunn Bourbon Cask Dark Ale 9, Fuller’s Past Masters 1914 Strong X 42, Jämtlands Cask Edition Strong Ale 76, S:t Eriks / Samuel Adams Transatlantic Belgian Red Strong Ale 51, Ocean We Can Do It 40, Sigtuna Midvinterblot (2012-) 97, Mikkeller Nelson Sauvignon 100, Brewski Herr Hemlig 83, Du Bocq Saison 1858 76, Brewski Mangofeber 97, All In Brewing RLGK 10517 Celebration Stout 99, Samuel Adams Boston Lager 64, S:t Eriks Rauchbier 47, BrewDog Nanny State (0.5%) 32, Gouden Carolus Noël (Christmas) 99
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Gbgbrouge (16) , Sweden | December 28, 2014
58 AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 2/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 14/20
Easy access, if you drive a car, very good selection and quite many local beers. Always a good place to find small batch beers.
gnoff (450) Mölndal, Sweden | October 16, 2014| Updated February 15, 2015
78 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 15/20
Systembolaget main facts:
Chain of government controlled monopoly stores to sell alcohol with an ABV higher than 3.5% to take home.
20 years age limit to shop, or even to accompany someone else making a purchase. If ID can not be produced, you might get refused service.
All alcoholic beverages above 3.5% ABV you wish to buy in Sweden and not from a "Systembolaget" store, you will have to buy at a pub or restaurant, for consumption at the place where you purchased it. Minimum age requirement 18 years, the pub itself might opt for another age limit though, making it so you need to be older still.
Alcohol at 3.5% ABV or lower may be for sale to take home at regular stores that have a permit for it, age limit 18 years, ID may be required.
Not a place I go to very often since you more or less "need" to drive there and I don’t have a car. I did get to visit recently though.
Very large selection, plenty of locally produced beers, a lot of "news", clearly marked and ordered shelves depending on type/style.
I can very much inderstand why soem people rather drive to this store compared to most others in the Gothenburg area. Easy to drive to, easy to park at, big selection. Can’t say much for service, walked around by myself and only talked to the person at the register.