gnoff (568) Mölndal, Sweden | November 22, 2013| Updated November 27, 2013
- AMBIANCE 3/5
- SERVICE 8/10
- SELECTION 5/15
- FOOD N/A
- VALUE N/A
- OVERALL 12/20
Not a place normally open for visitors, make sure to contact first!
Not possible to purchase any beers (stronger than 3.5% ABV) to bring with you.
No pub, brewpub, bar or restaurant, this is a brewery and a place for brewing.
Can’t really rate this very highly, since, well, it is a brewery and not normally open for tastings etc. Great management and staff, friendly, nice place, but again, not a regular place open for visits.
Located a fair bit outside of much anything, there’s a bus that stops close-ish, also possible if you don’t mind a 20 or 30 min walk to hike from Landvetter Resecentrum, but then I’d say make damn sure they are expecting you.
Parking right outside the brewery available if you’re driving there.
However, if you are a group of at least 15 persons (and max 50) you might book a visit with a tasting (not free mind you), info in Swedish: http://dugges.se/om-oss/bryggerikvallar/
Nisse666 (156) Göteborg, Sweden | July 7, 2012
- AMBIANCE 4/5
- SERVICE 8/10
- SELECTION 10/15
- FOOD 4/10
- VALUE 8/10
- OVERALL 15/20
Visit arranged by Ölfrämjandet in June 2012, following beers were on disply: Easter Ale 2012, Brandmästarens, Kals Stout, Post lager, Holy Cow, Gustafs finger + finger food - very nice. Brewery tour held by Mikael himself. Tasting roll have great potential, when water, gaps etc are installed...
Program GPS before going, brewery situated on a industrial park. Visits needs to be pre booked. However it seems that one can show up any time to purchase Brandmästarens... 3,5%, according to Mikael himself - my recommendation, give them a ring first.