Visited during an event featuring obscure Swedish mircrobrews. Nice tour of Swedish beers, some were very tasty. Staff was very friendly and helpful, although maybe not too strong on beer knowledge. Didn’t try the food. Worth a visit.
large interior with a shady patio wrapped around the outside. two dozen taps of Swedish, Danish, German, American and various other things to drink. probably the second best bottle list in town after Akkurat, but their prices for things like Swedish Oak Stormaktsporter were insultingly high (500 SEK).
Stopped in for a few hours during the afternoon to make a dent in their bottle list. Taplist was pretty good, with various Swedish and other European locals on tap. Bottle list is second only to Akkurat in the city, though the prices are a lot higher - not sure why. Service is fairly friendly and helpful. Didn’t try the food, but it looked good and the lunch specials seemed like a good deal for Stockholm. Definitely a must stop when visiting the city.
This corner pub opens quite early on Saturdays. We found a table on the patio in front. Ready for a beer a few minutes past twelve although we were late in bed last night. My choice were the house beers "Månens Pale Ale" and "Månens Amber Ale" Both served in a 20 cl glass. We also shared a can from Topling Goliath, "Rover Truck". Lots of other bottles to choose from. You don't see 13 different Fifty Fifty Eclipse every day. A bottle of this great beer was 435 kronor. 19 out of 30 taps were German beers because of Oktoberfest in September/october. Not very interesting for me but Ayinger Oktober Fest-Märzen from tap is not a bad choice. Friendly service made this a pleasant visit. (Visited September 23rd 2017 with Bjarte1 and Leif Inge)
An old-fashioned, popular gastropub in central part of Vasastaden, just off Sveavägen. Ratebeer-friendly place with more than 20 taps, including three ales especially brewed for the pub and quite a few from Buxton. The draught beers are served in different amounts, starting at 200ml. Wide range of special selected bottled beers as well. A rather large four-sided room with seating around an island bar. Loud echo resonance in the room with music far behind. Wooden interior with warm dark colours. Friendly service by the tables, there were also a separate bar area. Corner patio at the entrance. Good food, we had two tasty summer salads with cheese and biff. Absolutely a decent place to drink and to eat. (Visited with Frau Eva 11.08.2016).
Upping this after a new visit on August 8, 2014. Close to metro station Rådmansgatan (green metro line), walking distance. Also very close to e.g. Mikkeller Bar Stockholm. Fairly big tap seledtion, bottles selection not really that visible. Decent service, expensive. Outside patio in summer. Not a place I feel like going to a lot.
Earlier text from way back in 2006, I don’t go here very often: Not the best place in Stockholm to find good beer, but one of the better ones. Nice selection of beers on bottle, some on tap as well.
I hopped in very quickly to get the porter from Närke that they had in bottles and that was not available anywhere else in town. So their beer list is not completely covered by the other pubs in towns. It really is a restaurant first, but the beer selection seemed quite impressive even though I had seen most of the stuff elsewhere. A place to visit if you’re in Stockholm for 5 days+.
Scopey (687) Croydon, England | July 29, 2012| Updated August 9, 2012
We visited on a Saturday evening and were surprised to find this place almost empty. It felt a lot like a hotel restaurant to be honest with you. Music was very bad indeed. It took ages to get served even though we were pretty much the only people there. They had some interesting looking Swedish Micros on tap and an extensive bottle list. Bottles were pretty damn expensive in comparison to those at Akkurat. Perhaps we hit this place on a bad night, so will update the review next time I return.
Sort of strange restaurant/bar in downtown Stockholm in the business district. Seems to be a bar you would stop by in after work. Not too much charm inside- looks like a typical British pub. Tap list is pretty extensive and focused on very oddball Swedish microbrews. Tons of unpronounceable beers that I’ve never heard of so perfect for trying out weird tap only stuff and discovering Swedish beers. Narke Kaggen is on the menu IIRC, but it was quite expensive.