No beer. Fenaknoken does not sell beer anymore, so it should probably not be listed on RB places as active anymore. The proprietor explained a change in law or taxes that stopped them from selling after 17 years. I have to say I’m glad it was on Ratebeer places because this is an amazing meat and cheese shop run by a very friendly and knowledgeable and passionate butcher. The lamb carcarsses hanging from the ceiling and the cluttered bins of cured reindeer meat make the interior awe-inspiring.
Small, centrally located delicatessen with a limited range of Norwegian micros, some German beers and recently De Molen beers. Deserves credit for being among the early vendors of Norwegian micro brews, but their price level is currently outrageous, as the same products can be obtained 40% cheaper in certain Oslo supermarkets.
A must see in down town Oslo! A tiny and cosy store with a huge selection of all kinds of dried meat and sausages. The beer selection is extremely variable: some times they have a couple of different german lagers, other times they have all sorts of domestic and foreign gems. I’ve talked to two guys working there: one is very, very friendly and helpful, the other is... well... not that friendly and helpful. The prices are very, very high, even by Norwegian standards.
Some hard to get Norwegian beers, but usually pretty expensive. Sometimes prices are pretty close to what pubs and restaurants charge for the same beer. Anyway it is a nice place with good service, and knowledgeable staff.
Little shop that lies in the middle of the tourist trap in Oslo Centrum. The shop is specialized in norwegian meat and sausage specialities and also sell some norwegian micros and german stuff. The norwegian micros range from Valdres, Inderøy, Ølve på Egge and Kinn, so there is a good idea to pop in and check the wares. Too bad there was almost empty when i visited. Very nice chat with the owner, and he said they waited for delivires from Valdres and Inderøy. Totally a nice addition to the normal norwegian beer scene
A slightly scary meat-store that sells some rare (mainly ) Norwegian micro beers. Lots of meat hanging from all over the roof, lots of dead animals on the walls, floor, casks and shelf’s. The service was not much to brag about. I went in, found the beer section and picked my beers. Asked if they had something I could carry them in but only got a cranky "NO!". All in all a place I will visit again on my next Oslo visit.
Alot of hard to get norvegian micro´s is to be found here. It´s not very cheap, but you really get charmed by this shop the the owners. You WILL go out with beer and at least 1 kg of meast etc that you did not really needed.