Very elegant and clean bar. The food I had was to die for. The best tap I found in Stockholm - all beers were served at correct temperature and glassware. A huge plus. Only knock is how expensive it was for me - but hey, Sweden rips the dollar apart in general.
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)
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
Nice cousy whisky place! Located in the narrow streets of Stockholm old town. Nice area, with a lot of tourist traps. If you like whisky, this is the place to go. Anyway a kind of decent beer selection. Also “their own” beer made at Strömsholms Brygghus. Beer and whisky in one glass. Ardbeg o hoi. The only place to get it
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.