Awarded the best Swedish Whisky bar in 2015. But now this is also a great craft beer destination. It was here I found the best selection of Swedish craft beer on tap during my days in Stockholm. And, you can ask for 15 cl. Who needs a flight then? I had beers from PangPang, Fjäderholmarnas, West Coast, Aros, Sundbybergs and Råå. Five new Swedish breweries! Yihaa! PangPang Bong Water, an imperial stout, Cohiba cigar infused, turned out to be the best beer this evening. By the way, I don't smoke! Free wifi and service was top notch. One of the service minded bartenders is easy to remember: tall guy, bald, long white beard and tattoos - even one his fingers. Indeed a friendly dude! This is a must visit for those of you seeking beer from small Swedish breweries. (Visited September 23rd 2017)
Walked passed this innocuous looking entrance to this place several times even though I was looking out for it. Eventually had to consult the map! Once inside you are greeted by a long bar - stylishly designed and decorated. There are a lot of taps here and the selection is mostly Swedish micros - a very good selection it is too. There were no less than 4 DIPAs on during my visit. Service was exemplary. Quick, friendly and knowledgeable. The small tasting glasses at 30Kr a pop were (for Stockholm) good value and meant I could rip through quite a few beers. The food was very very good indeed. Wonderful sweet (almost cake like) bread and also sour and salty bread accompanied delightful modern twists on Swedish cuisine. The food would have got maximum marks but for over seasoning, i afterwards I was spitting salt for a good half hour. But the taste of the food was fantastic. A really nice place to visit and I was sorry when I had to leave. Frankly this place knocked spots off of Oliver Twist and the Bull and Bear. Haven’t mentioned the whisky because I am not in to them but there is an impressive array that should delight an enthusiast.
The place formerly known as Glenfiddich Warehouse. 28 taps with swedish and foreign micros, mostly of high quality. Some gems, for example their house beer 'Ardbeg No 1', a super interesting smoked beer. Also a fine bottle list. The old 'gubbe' behind the bar was extremely friendly and very knowledgeable and he made our visit a splendid experience. Prices are swedish
Very nice bar and restaurant right in the the center of the most touristificated area of the Old Town. Excellent and always changing selection of draught beers from Swedish micros. Small, but very qualitative, selection of bottled beers and quite an impressive range of malt whiskies. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Food is quite pricey but very good. A must visit if you’re a beer tourist looking for Swedish beers.
A must, easy to get to in the South of Gamla Stan - old town. Excellent selection of swedish micros on tap which is what I’m in Sweden for after all and despite the upscale location, the prices are pretty much on par with the other top beer places. Very knowledgeable staff too.
The best outlet there is for microbrewed Swedish beers. Situated on the most tourisic street in old town, it’s stylish and seldom too crowded or noisy.
Oakes (832) Vancouver, British Columbia | August 18, 2004| Updated May 8, 2005
Great posh establishment (with corresponding prices). Large selection of Swedish micros on draught, excellent food and a fairly decent bottle list as well. A sophisticated affair, but a worthwhile one as well. I’ve taken two points off for changing the name. Ardbeg Room was an awesome name and the new name not only sucks but represents total corporate sellout.