Belgobaren is Monkís Belgian beer bar in Stockholm and it proved to be a very decent place to explore Belgian beer. On tap they offered Delirium Tremens, two versions of Troubadour Magma (one with tripel yeast), Valeir Extra, Lucifer and Gulden Draak. Not the most exciting but decent. On bottle they offered a pretty good selection of Trappist and family breweries, including a few rare gems from De Struise Brouwers, such as Pannepeut 2007, Black Damnation II and the fearsome 26% Black Damnation V. Food was tasty but service could be a bit slow. The place did feel a bit packed and noisy at night, more like a sports bar than a beer place. Visited: 2015-08-03
Our first stop, straight from the airport/railway station. Was late in the afternoon, so the atmosphere was quiet. We sat outside. Selection was nice, with some stuff especially made for them! Overall I can only recommend this place. Itís fun :)
Leini (44) , Sweden | January 10, 2015| Updated April 28, 2015
Nice bar with a good beer selection. Ften crowded.
Fun place near the train station. Feels less like a fancy restaurant than most Swedish pubs, which is a plus for me. Most of the taps are pretty run-of-the-mill, Belgian-wise. The one "guest" tap that seemed interesting was sold out. Bottle selection was more exciting, but there was no bottle menu, so you have to squint and try to read the labels in the coolers behind the bar. The staff were nice enough and probably could have helped me pick something if it werenít a busy friday night. Their own-brand beers were inexpensive, but didnít have much else going for them. Iíll be back.
Belgian beer- oriented hotel bar/restaurant in the center of Stockholm. The interior & atmosphere of the place isnít really that beery - itís more like a hotel restaurant that happens to have huge fridges crammed with belgian beer bottles. The selection is pretty impressive, although I found it to be a bit erratic. Thereís not that sort of a pattern that, for instance, can be seen in akkuratís menu, itís more like just anything the owner could get their hands on (thatís from belgium). They also had their own IPA on tap (brewed at Struise), which was pretty good.
A great place if you like Belgian beer. Thatís all theyíve got... Usually a few interesting taps to choose from alongside more standard stuff such as Hoegaarden and Westmalle Dubbel. Their own lager is actually quite good. Then pretty much every single Belgian bottle beer there is... Food is great, the staff is very friendly. The only problem is that it is located within a hotel, and as such a large part of the dining area is predominantly occupied by conference guests and the like. Not really the cozy pub feeling.
I always stay at the hotel when in Stockholm and drop into the bistro for at least one. Very busy most nights after work and over dinner. More of a bistro feel. Full focus on Belgium obviously with interesting guest taps. Food has been ok. I have never left with a great service experience, ok but not overly friendly