Pretty busy even on an early weekday. Brewdog selection on tap was pretty standard what you can find almost everywhere, visiting veers were a lot more interesting. I didn’t get a good look on the bottle/can selection but it seemed alright. Food sounded nice (although it was mostly burgers, hot dogs and ribs) but I didn’t try any. Ambiance was pretty mediocre. Decent for a couple of quick drinks.
An easy recognizable BrewDog bar. Only BrewDog Nine to Five Wizard was new for me on tap. Can't say the selection was outstanding. Norwegian Kinn was represented both on tap and bottled. Not crowded at all at 18.30 a Saturday. Strange. Weird music but free Wifi. (Visited September 23rd 2017)
Nice and friendly BrewDog bar. Centrally located between tube stations Fridhemsplan and St Eriksplan, not far from MacKinlay’s Inn. Interior is much like other BrewDog bars (concrete, steel and wood). Friendly and efficient staff, with good beer knowledge. Card payments only. Haven’t tried the food, but it looks good. Mainly burgers, ribs and sandwiches. 18 draught beers, half of them from BrewDog, half of them from other craft brewers from around the world. Can get a bit crowded and noisy. Definitely worth a visit.
Well, initially when Brewdog bars were new, this felt new and innovative. Now when there are more bars, this feels like any Brewdog place. Always good staff, though, good service and hospitality.
Earlier they had Swedish "blodpudding" (like black pudding) on the menu which was the best I’ve ever had. Now it’s burgers and ribs. Not bad, but nothing outstanding.
This place was high on my list before I visited Stockholm. I must say, it wasn’t a let down. The ambiance in this place is nice. It’s cosy, cool vibe. Service is very friendly (RB-ian was working). Selection is good, but a lot of their standard brews as well. Burger we had was decent, the chorizo fries were very cool. Overall I can only recommend this place! Akkurat > Mikkeller > BrewDog > other Stockholm bars.