Visited with Gnoff. Part of a hotel, downstairs area with a limited but nice selection of rotatting Swedish brews along with other Scandinavians or North American.
Nice small draft list with some nice bottle offerings.
Not much of an atmosphere to speak of
Nice place with a great variety of beers. Can get crowded at major sporting events (it’s a sports bar).
gnoff (596) Mölndal, Sweden | August 3, 2010| Updated March 24, 2013
Looks rather plain from the outside, but has a fairly big beer selection and a nice staff. Very close to the Avenue and fair prices. Update: Have eaten there a few times, good food as well and not too bad at the price range. Good place to go if you want sports on your TV sets while eating and/or drinking.
Updated from last visit on March 23, 2013. I go here to seldom, well worth poppping in for a few beers if in central Gothenburg.
If television screens is your thing, look no further, at least 6 off them here. But the main reason for visiting this place is their wide and fine selection of good beers.
Food is also served, i had a good steak, nicely prepared, and also uite reasonable.
Visited during the royal wedding, and was happy to find this as a wedding free zone.
It was WC fotball all the way..
Few tap alternatives and thus more bottled. A bit cold interior with white color, but nicely divided seating areas so that the place doesn’t feel too noisy. Easy to maintain normal conversation.
Nisse666 (165) Göteborg, Sweden | April 24, 2010| Updated May 22, 2010
Quite nice and friendly staff, clean and tidy, especially the toilets that were spotless. Seems to have a quite reasonable amount of odd ales. (Even do there were a better selection during the Göteborg beer festival). Near to public transportation. Negative: all those screens - is this a medium + beer house slash sport bar? Anyhow the food was very nice - husmans kost (homely cooking???)
PS. Don’t enter reviews direct after a beer festive