Norway > Oslo
Beer Available At Amundsen Bryggeri & Spiseri (arranged by most recent)
Fanø Port Porter 79, BrewDog Bourbon Baby 92, Amundsen # 200 , Maredsous 6 Blond 82, Brasseurs du Monde Blanche 43, Waldemars Hveteøl 22, Amundsen Tom’s Famous Bitter 49, Amundsen People’s Choice , Oslo Beer Week Daft Jak , Amundsen #wheat , Mikkeller Årh Hvad?! (BA Sauternes) 87, BrewDog Hardcore IPA (9.2%) 99, Innis & Gunn Blonde 37, Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier Dunkel 95, Weltenburger Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel 65, Einbecker Ur-Bock Hell 49, Weltenburger Kloster Anno 1050 52, Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Weizen 94, Chimay Triple / Blanche (White) / Cinq Cents 99, Saint Germain / Nøgne Ø Rhub’IPA 80
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Rasmus40 (200) Beder, Aarhus, Denmark | August 14, 2013
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 15/20
This brewpub is located right in the city center, so there are many tourists. It’s big, the interior is nice looking and you can sit outside if you fancy. The service is good and polite. They have lots of taps with just three of their own at my visit. The other taps include both industrial lager and lambic, so there is something for everyone. The best part this place though is their bottle menu - with particular focus on the vintage selection. In here you will find many lambics, many vintages of Belgian favorites and even the illusive Westvleteren Red Cap. It cost me 625 NOK, which was cheaper than DHVL, where they charged 100 EUR. There were four left after I had mine.
KansaiBeerLvrs (167) Kyoto, Japan | August 24, 2013| Updated October 24, 2013
60 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 12/20
Right near the opera house is this brewpub with a nice terrace & typical pub feel inside. The staff was ok, not that friendly though. The selection was ok though I think Crow Brewpub has the best tap selection in town, these guys had macros, their 3 beers(not to style but passable) & some craft stuff though nothing so exciting when I went in. Prices were average for Oslo though the 3 tasters were only 65NOK in total which was nice. It is an ok place if you’re in the area. For beer go to Crow Bar, for atmosphere go to Schousjkeller, if staying in the area for convenience go here.
Ernest (165) Boulder, Colorado | December 2, 2013
74 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 14/20
Overall a fun experience, as there are tons of bottles to choose from, and the service was quite good (although understandably got more strained as the place got busy). British pub feel and relatively spacious but seemingly quite popular...take care not to go at busy times unless you like that kind of bustling, noisy atmosphere.
ads135 (150) Lawrence, Kansas | June 18, 2012
82 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 16/20
A nice English looking pub in the center of Oslo. A sparse selection of they own beers, but they make up for it with a good selection of Scandinavian breweries and some international selections as well.
Sigmund (141) Tau, Norway | May 6, 2012
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 16/20
Visited the brewpub and rstaurant in the daytime, quiet then, and the TV screens were off. Their own brewed beers are only part of the lure here, they have also a wide selection of other beers, with short tasting notes in the menu. They even had Westvleteren 12 and 8, only place in Norway I’ve seen them. Nice interior, central location, friendly staff. Decent food too. Will surely come back.
madmitch76 (133) , England | March 31, 2012
84 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 4/10 OVERALL 16/20
For me easily the best of the bars I tried in Oslo. Nice spacious pub with plenty of seating. I could do without all the stools in front of the main bar though - a real pet hate!
Service was quick and knowledgeable and as soon as they clocked that I had a clue about beer I was escorted to the locked back room and shown the rarer bottles and from that room I ticked off Aegir BA Porter and Nogne Cognac Impy so was well happy. Was also very glad to try Utopias from 2009 and 2011. Bleeding expensive mind but I have never seen it available anywhere else.
The Amundsen beers on tap were good and the Pale Ale was light, drinkable, hoppy and sessionable.
Overall a great bar, good taps, good bottles and great service. Beats the other Oslo bars easily.
abemorsten (133) Mosterøy, Norway | June 1, 2012
74 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 6/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 15/20
Spent most of the day here the last May day. Friendly staff, good selection - they even have a exclusive beer "cellar" that is listed at the back of their beer menu. This place is dedicated to beer. The kitchen uses beer in their food and then of course their own inhouse brewing. A natural stop next time I visit the capital.
beeroverwithme (133) Tønsberg, Norway | August 18, 2011| Updated May 22, 2014
70 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
First of all, the beer selection at Amundsen is pretty impressive (for Oslo) so the place certainly deserves kudos for trying.
However, the rare and more interesting beers (such as Thomas Hardy’s Ale 2007, 2008, Fuller’s Brewers Reserve, Rodenbach Grand Cru etc) are offlimits. Despite being on display behind the bar and, in some cases on the menu, I often get told that they are not for sale yet. Leaving a number of good but more ordinary beers, many from England and Germany. So I often find myself looking through the menu feeling a lack of enthusiam, compared to the best beer bars in Oslo.
The draft beer selection is good, but not outstanding - Olympen, Håndverkerstuene and Schouskjelleren all have more craft beer on draft. And their own brews are pretty standard for a brewpub (pale ale, amber) but nothing strong or rich (such as imperial stout or even porters).
But what really irks me about Amundsen is the slow service there and the total lack of interest in beer shown by just about every person working in the bar. Few of them knows what beer they have and often have to consult others, and they have no ideas about beer styles. For a place with such a good beer cellar I find this appalling. You need good people to sell good beer!
Another issue I have with Amundsen is their prices. Though they have improved since opening, many beers are still way overpriced. A bottle of Ægir IPA costs NOK 106 (€ 13,50), Rochefort 10 costs NOK 168 (€21,50) - a 100 NOK more than Vinmonopolet - and I paid 380 NOK (€48) for a bottle of Boon Marriage Parfait!
But I shall give Amundsen plus for their good, homemade burger and for their large bottle beer menu.
Arve_Christian (121) Oslo, Norway | March 11, 2012| Updated July 12, 2012
88 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 18/20
The latest new microbrewery in Oslo. Makes mostly British style ales, which allways are of good quality. Good pub food, and a large selection of "basic" beer + changing menu of special beers
ILikeOl (117) , Norway | March 3, 2011| Updated March 23, 2012
78 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 17/20
Amundsen might have the largest bottle selection in Oslo, as well as a fair number of taps. Many of the taps are generic beers. Their home brews are quite good.
The place lacks ambiance, it resembles me of a Bennigans/TGIF type chain restaurant. The long bar is a plus. The place is expensive, they cannot blame high alcohol taxes for charging NOK 179 (23 Euros) for a 3,8% DeMolen Revelation Cat...
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