Best beer pub in Norway that I have been to. Knowledgeable and serviceable staff. Not very pricey for a Norwegian pub. Relaxed ambiance with no music (at all, ever). The pub itself is not too big, still roomy enough. Also, it has a small outdoor patio with a few tables for smokers where you can bring your drink. They do some import on their own, giving them a selection of beers hard or impossible to find elsewhere in Norway. Recently the first pub in Bergen to have its own exclusive beer, the Henrik Imperial Amber (brewed by Lervig) - let’s hope there will be more.
ILikeOl (121) , Norway | March 15, 2012| Updated November 6, 2013
One of the top beer bars in the country, and by far the best tap selection.
The majority were norwegian and danish micros. The bottle selection had been scaled back since my visit a couple of years back.
A small and intimate pub with an amazing selection on both tap and bottles. Recently extended their tap range to about 30-40, all from well-known classic beers to more rare tap ales. The same with the bottles where they might have very limited productions. It’s a small pub so it could get pretty crowded late in the weekends.
Great selection. Nøgne Ø on tap is rare. Had some unfortuane experience with the staff pushing beers I did not ask for, and "forgetting" my cash withdrawal. Asides from that, one of the best beer pubs in town,.
29.06.2011. Henrik øl og vin is a very nice place to go to! They have a very good selection of both Norwegian and international beers. Helpful staff. I visited this place together with ClubGonzo, Palme and InBreakand we had a very good time.
kermis (475) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | May 30, 2011
Great bar with a good selection and friendly people. We were taken to the cellar and offered some good recommendations when we said we were interested in Norwegian micros. A great place to come for a few beers if you’re in Bergen. Value left blank as Norway prices are always high.
it´s one of the greatest places to go when you are in Bergen. Great selection of beers and nice staff.
Odland (34) , Norway | February 5, 2011| Updated March 25, 2012
A nice and quiet pub (no music) with the widest beer selection in Bergen. Loads and loads of beers on tap, the widest selection in Europe with a staggering 44 different beers. Also a large selection of good craft beers in their bottle selection.
Reminds me of a Californian craft beer bar. Top tier!
Knowledgeable and friendly staff.
If you only visit one pub in Bergen, visit this.
Good central location, with the widest selection of beers in Bergen. It’s not a place for cheap beers, and some items are a bit overpriced, but overall prices are not considerably above average. As for the place itself it’s intimate, with a darkly, pub-like interior, varied clientèle and without any music played.
Staff is very enthusiastic and knowledgeable, but unfortunately somewhat arrogant. The problem is that the bartenders tend to push, rather than to recommend, beers. This is made even worse by their reluctance to let you study, or even show you, the menu, which is often incorrect (and not available on the Internet). Still the enthusiasm and knowledge makes these almost minor problems, as you do get good recommendations and the beer you want in the end.
Palme (47) Bergen, Norway | November 5, 2010| Updated July 21, 2015
This is for me the best beer place in Bergen. Great selection, a nice atmosphere and for most of the time, staff that knows what they talk about. Even thou there is no music it can be quite loudy. Love that they have Nøgne on tap. Recently they have also had quite a few Mikkeller beers on tap. Great possibilities to play some cards or board games while enjoying the best beer selection in Bergen. Skål!