Sweden > Stockholm
Beer Available At Systembolaget Passagen (Regeringsgatan) Stockholm (arranged by most recent)
Oppigårds 1200 Meter Djupt 77, Epic Imperial Red Ale 96, Omnipollo Nathalius 40, Old Milwaukee n/a, Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye IPA 97, Grebbestad Lunator 87, Boulevard Smokestack Series - Grainstorm Black Rye IPA 99, Baladin Xyauyù Etichetta Oro (Golden Label) 100, Camden Town Gentleman’s Wit 86, Dugges / Kissmeyer HippoFæ 79, Napa Smith Hopageddon Imperial IPA 92, Avery The Maharaja Imperial India Pale Ale 100, Lost Abbey Mayan Apocalypse Judgment Day 96, Deus Brut des Flandres 97, Nynäshamns Dragets Kanal Dubbel IPA 89, Evil Twin Even More Jesus 100, BrewDog IPA is Dead - Goldings 73, Nøgne Ø Tindved 87, Oppigårds Brewers Brown 87, St. Bernardus Blanche (Witbier) 95
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Ktwse (22) , Sweden | September 1, 2011
90 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 18/20
I don’t understand the low scores this gets. Yes, it might not have the selection of some European stores, certainly not the selection you get in the best US beer stores. But for Sweden it’s the best you can get. Some of the best beer in the world is regularly available in their standard selection, including Trappistes Rochefort 8 and 10, Chimay blanc and bleu and Great Divide Yeti. There’s a huge standard selection beyond this with many great swedes, americans and belgians, and their temporary releases are very good - although as others have pointed out you have to be here early for the more attractive ones. If you ever want to venture beyond beer, they have a brilliant selection of very exclusive wines - among the best in Europe - and whiskeys as well.
Habanero (20) Tranbjerg, Denmark | August 17, 2011
48 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 6/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 4/10 OVERALL 10/20
Neat, clean store with a decent selection of foreign and Swedish beers. I found some Niels Oscar and Oppisgård, but unfortunately not Oppis Draken. Compared to beer prices in general the prices are low and similar to shop prices in Denmark
lgklotet (14) Stockholm, Sweden | December 4, 2006
56 AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 12/20
Frequent this establishment on a regular basis, this is Systembolaget at their best. Very uneven though, a couple out of the staff are helpful and know what they’re talking about.. the rest don’t. Selection is wide.. when it comes to lagers.. shitty lagers. Every month however, they usually recieve shipments of interesting stuff, like that one time they had a 10 years old Lindeman Lambic for 5 euro.. 75 cl bottle.. Times like that makes this place worthwhile.
Brosa (10) , Sweden | September 2, 2009
52 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 10/20
Might be known as the biggest Systembolaget in Stockholm (and possibly Sweden) when it comes to their beer selection, but if you’re an american micro brew fan like myself, there’s anohter one which is better.
Alf_Bigfoot (6) Solna, Sweden | February 29, 2012
80 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 16/20
One of Systembolagets only 3 "Wine-Cellar-Shops", where the really exclusive stuff gets sold. Central location and god staff. Can be quite crowded on release-days.
bark (4) Linköping, Sweden | March 14, 2005| Updated March 15, 2005
56 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 4/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 7/20
This is one of the three shops that the service department at Systembolaget (the Swedish state liquor shop) recommends for the beer connoisseurs, as they should have the largest selection and most educated staff.
It is located just behind NK, Sweden’s most fashionable department store. The wine cellar is said to be among the 20 best in the world.
The selection is quite large: Today, 298 brands of beer are available. Some of them are only offered at this store; when the buyers at the Systembolaget sometimes get their hands on a really small lot of beer (like 100 bottles), they are typically sold at this shop.
I visited the store on a Friday morning; there were lots of staff around, most of them unpacking wine or trying to open the front door entirely. When I asked a young woman at the beer department which beers that were uniquely sold at this shop, she replied something like “I don’t know, check the catalogue”. As a former employee, I know that they can access that kind of information, but she wasn’t interested in helping me at all.
After some strolling round the bright and discreet shop, I found some interesting brews by myself. I tried to talk to another member of the staff that was more willing to help. Sadly, I was informed, all of the lambics that I was looking for was completely out of stock.
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