Visited on November 16, 2012. Fairly close to just walk over from the central station. Nice, clean, though a bit posh restaurant feeling to the ambience. Long bar with no seating, though some smaller seating along the opposite wall, creating a corridor by the bar. Two seating areas, one just inside the front door, one after the bar. Staff was fairly attentive and pretty service minded, also about as knowelagable as one might come to expect. Not the best service, but not bad either. Asked to purchse their 3.3% ABV beer to take home, but at 68 SEK (about 11 USD) I almost laughed at them, no, did not buy that one... Prices are high. I got the flights with 5 beers at 10 cl/3 fl oz each, and it was 149 SEK. I do enjoy flights, but this price was ridiculous, but yeah, I got it since I could score 5 ratings I can’t elsewhere. Some of the bottles were decently priced though. Did not eat this time around, and with the prices and how I feel for other bars in this city not sure how often I’ll return, not even with them often having new beers self brewed.
Quite a small little bar, and quiet when I visited, nice room, friendly service. Decent enough pub grub. Beer selection...well their own beers seem solid enough (but come from Riegele?) and they had quite a few others on tap which were nothing special; most of the better selection is in the bottles. Pricing...well I guess fair for Stockholm but on any global comparison it was very expensive for what you get.
truth be told - I might have been in a better-than-average situation here. Got a guide from one of the headbrewers ( the awesome Danko himself) as we had met a couple of times before. This is a brewpub, in the best way imaginable. only new beers are to be brewed, and next to that, they help commercializing homebrews as well. This idea is infused with a bar that sells their stuff-next to awesome other beers ( vintage struise on tap when I visited, you go girls ! ) and a homebrewer’s shop ( ingredients and equipment) . the Brewery is very small, obviously, and is led by 2 guys that have proved their knowledge long before this happened. The beers that come out are great quality, and often very interesting. the bar is long, modern with lots of wood. many taps, as well as a more-than-decent bottle selection. half pours are an option here !
Love the bottle list and blends here. Appears pedestrian at first, but this place is clearly underrated. Impressive selection of northern European craft offerings and some strong regional offerings. Hip staff and comfortable atmosphere. Certainly worth a visit.
The original Monk’s Café & Brewery in Wallingatan is also the most quiet of them, making for a great place to explore rare beers. I spent a full night there going through old De Molen beers, special blends and Monk’s own beers. Visited: 2015-08-01
Very good selection of bottles, limited selection of taps. Very friendly and enthusiastic bartender who was well informed and proud of their (expensive) beers. Cosy pub, although they have no outdoor milieu, their one table by the entrance is almost on the street. Will definitely visit again next time I’m in Stockholm.
Went here during the week, on a nice, bit rainy evening. Not that crowded, not the coolest of ambiance you’ll find in a bar. Service was ok, but nothing more then that. Tasting flight are possible, but you can’t pick the beers in them, they get picked for you... Selection is fairly decent with a lot of their blends available. Burgers were tasty. Pruces are high, but typical Stockholm. Overall OK, but not really worth a detour I think...