An interesting but fairly limited selection of Swedish craft beers, and a huge selection of whiskies (if you’re so inclined- prices by the centiliter, varying from SEK 30 to SEK 1800, no kidding!). Friendly and knowledgeable bartender. Didn’t try the food, altough the menu did look tempting. If you visit Gamla Stan, it’s probably a good idea to pop inside for a beer or two.
I really really don’t get why this place is so high up there... Mainly a whiskey place. The beers we had from draught were horrible!! And it wasn’t because those were bad brews, it was because they were already on tap for waaay to long, or due to bad tap cleaning. Anyways, two worst beers I had in 5 days. It’s quite expensive to pay 18 euro for 2 horrible beers. The only good thing about this place is the atmosphere. Would never go back.
Modern interior that is rather cozy and laidback. Mostly focused on whiskey, but has a decent selection of beer. Mostly local craft beers. Situated a short walk from the beer pubs on Södermalm and on the way to the ones in the city.
t0rin0 (1516) Do Not Resuscitate, California | September 29, 2013| Updated September 30, 2013
Visited September 2012 with womencantsail, chinoskillzian, and vsxsv.
Home of the "tooth blackening system" this is located in an alley full of tourist shops supplying all the knickknacks and trinkets you can handle, and then some. There are also plenty of candy shops around too. Then there is this. If you’re into whiskey this is the right place to be in Stockholm. I’m not, though they do have a few dozen taps carrying some of the better beers Scandinavia has to to offer. Well, they aren’t all good, but they’re certainly interesting. The tooth blackening system mentioned above is the house beer that they carry which is a heavily roasted/ashy (Larry) beer that stains the glass it resides in. It wasn’t terrible but I don’t like chewing on charred wood. The atmosphere is great here and from the sounds of it they do live music which could make this a really fun place to hang out.