Best bar you’ll find in Reykjavik. Shooted Steini a little text on FB before visiting. Still had a Westvleteren and a St Lamvinus I brought over to share. Steini himself is one of the friendliest, finest bartenders you’ll find. Service was very quick, informative and correct. Two good recommendations on the IPA’s as well. The bar itself is lovely, with a nice mix of locals and foreigners. The selection was focused on Icelandic craft, and I must say, they surprised me. Value is ok, but conform the Iceland standars (10 taster flight at 4800SIK I think). Overall a very cool bar, my kinda bar, and it was too bad I couldn’t hang out any longer! Hopefully next time! See you soon in Belgium, Steini!
Returned here two years after last visit, they still have pretty much the same taplist as far I remember. The bottle offerings are more diverse now, presumably due to the opening of the Mikkeller and Friends in town. Still probably the best place in town.
Weird place in a hotel lobby, very small and always crowded so nowhere to sit. The taps are mostly from the brewery which shares an owner and don’t seem to rotate much. Great bottle menu if you like Mikkeller, probably even better than Mikkellerbar! Disappointed by the lack of Icelandic craft on tap and bottle.
When I was there, unfortunately they had a tap takeover by a British brewery. But still lots of good local stuff in bottles. Typically all Icelandic taps apparently. Lacking a bit in atmosphere as it is in a corner of a hotel lobby. Service is fast friendly and helpful. Definitely worth a visit.
Probably the best beer place in Reykjavik, situated on the ground level at Center Hotel, small bar with 8 great taps,one offs and special brews for this bar only. Walls are decorated by cartoonist Hugleikur Dagsson, big mountainous wall murals with a few classic details, well worth the visit alone. The service was top at all my 3 visits, I even got to buy the last bottle of MIB, Icelands first gypsy brew, a delicious DIPA, served by one of the brewers himself.
The creme de la creme place to hit when in Reykjavik. 10 beers on tap now, featuring a wide variety of all Icelandic beers. You can do a flight of 5 for 2500ISK or try all 10 for 4500ISK -- that’s some serious price gouging, but this is Iceland. Extensive bottle selection as well, some of which can be very pricy. Staff are helpful and friendly. A must-hit when in Reykjavik.
Great service, great selection. And sticks to it´s principles with no beers from the largest brewerys in Iceland. Scenery from local artist and comedian Hugleikur Dagsson for added value. A must stop when you visit Reykjavik