A well run, medium-sized Bishops Arms in the central Luleå close to the pedestrian zone. 25 beers on tap supported by an extensive list of bottled beers, more than 120 variants, including 42 from USA, 36 from Belgium, 20 from Denmark, 16 from Sweden and five Norwegian ones. The new arrivals are on display in a fridge placed on the public side of the bar. We visited the pub twice over a weekend, and on Sunday I had a delicious plank steak here. Topnotch service from a friendly and knowledgeable barman, giving us free samples, and even let us have a taste from an interesting forthcoming local beer/brewery. Mixed background music; modern rock, soul, and classic blues. We were very pleased with our visit here on Sat and Sun 24/5-25/5-2014.
djoeye (435) Tromsø, Norway | May 26, 2014| Updated September 30, 2018
Situated behind a blue door at the Stadshotellet, main street.
Interior as from british inspiration, nice decorations.
Friendly atmosphere and good service, even when crowded.
Very good marinated steak. Average price level according to
swedish standards. More than twenty taps and hundreds of bottles,
changing beer-menu all the time, unfortunately not possible to
have it updated all the time. Knowledgeable and serviceminded staff.
(Was there both on a crowded saturday and a tranquil sunday,
together with Rune, who was also satisfyed with about everything).
Beery english- style pub in the center of Luleå, part of (or connected to) a hotel. Took a while to figure how to get into the place. The street-facing doors were closed, and apparently you’re ment to go through the hotel lobby to get in. Once inside, the place was pretty nice. English- style woody interiour. A bunch of taps, and nice bottles in the fridge (spotted some the bruery there even). Friendly service, quiet feel. Visited quite early in the day (a monday), so don’t know how crowded it might get. Felt like an awful nice place at that time though.
Quite ordinary The Bishops Arms chain pub in the very centre of Luleå. There was probably 20 taps but only 5 were something else than lager or most common UK brews (Fullers ESB, Spitfire, BrewDog Fake Lager). Most of the lagers had even two taps. The taps reserved for Swedish craft brews very tastily chosen. Omnipollo, CAP, Brutal Brewing, Nils Oscar and Nausta. The bottle selection was quite nice but also quite expensive (as it tends to be in The Bishops Arms). Very nice and personal service. A bit chain-like interior but nothing quirky there so it’s easy to absorb. The beers were much better than the food which was adequate but over-priced. All-in-all if you’re in Luleå this is a must to visit.
mtu71 (13) Oulu, Finland | September 16, 2013| Updated June 3, 2014
Tasteful Swedish beer varieties. Very good atmosphere.