Nice place with benches. The walls and ceiling have tiles on them making the room look a bit like an old dairy. The service was okay. Good selection of bottles and an okay range of taps with heavy focus on Norwegian beer. From august 2013 they plan on brewing their own beer. The bangers and mash was tasty and plentiful.
Went with a couple of friends on a Wednesday evening, despite the time of the week the place was packed and we were lucky to get a table. The place is nice but quite small, they’ve managed to utilize the space in a good manner though, and given the very limited toilet facilities it’s probably a good thing the place isn’t bigger. They had a very impressive amount of micro beers on tap, along with Guinness, Old Speckled Hen, and a couple of dull lagers. At the time they had their standard Kjell Hop, which was nice, and a brilliant seasonal Løkka Haust brewed by Kinn. The bottle selection is nice but not as huge as you’ll find at some of the other places in Oslo. I didn’t try the food, but the sausages smelt freaking amazing. The place has also got a satellite project going at the newly opened Vulkan Mathallen a few blocks to the west.
This is a kind of place that you can go to and have a good time while enjoying great beer. I am probably a little bit younger than the average craft beer enthusiast, and for me, this was exactly what I wanted. This place had excellent beer selection, a knowledgeable staff, awesome ambiance, and a really hopping nighttime crowd. I like being able to drink awesome beer like Mikkeller Kaffe IPA and Nogne O Single Hop, while also being able to mingle with local Norwegians. If this is too loud for you, I understand, but this place deserves to be rated WAY higher than 76. Downside is that it was a wee bit more expensive.
This place had the second smallest toilet I’ve seen at a bar - my butt kept setting off the hand dryer. Of course, that’s a small complaint when the tap list is so good, and the bottle list so varied. I do wish they had a printed or online bottle list though. Staff was extremely kniwledgeable and fruendly. Worth going well out of you way for.
Quite nice pub (so far non-brewing) with a more than respectable selection of beers. Location close to several other interesting pubs in the trendy Grünerløkka area. Not crowded on a Sunday evening. Did not eat, but food is available in the daytime.
If you are visting the Schouskerjellen brewery than this is about 10-12 mins leisurely walk away and worth combining.
A nice split level pub that must have been an old cafe once upon a time. Well busy for a Wednesday, pretty much full in fact and the 2 staff they had on (both nice people and knew the beer) were somewhat swamped so service was a tad slow.
Aegir Tors Hammer and Nogne O BA Sunturnbrew kept me happy as did a couple of the beers on tap. The fish and chips were very nice and had a passable attempt at mushy peas (but I’m a southerner so what do I know?)
Bottles decorate the walls and ex pats frequent the bar area whilst the locals grab the tables downstairs.
Really enjoyed whiling away a couple of hours here. Just the grim Norwegian prices casting a bit of a shadow!
Service varies depending on who is there at the moment, and it is very crowded in the weekends. Though mostly very good. Good selection on tap, and frequent changes in what is offered. Some beers brewed specially for the pub, but they do not brew themselves, even though it is clad there "brewerhouse" A bit more expensive then some of the other pubs