Dark cellar bar trying to look expensive and modern with computer screens around the cooler. Young staff, young visitors. Really young actually (friday evening), not the usual beer crowd i thought. Some bottles seemed like a good offer rarely exceeding 200:-. Lots of De Molen which were a bit more expensive. They also have their own beers. I will go there again, but not alone on a friday since it was a bit angsty.
I visited at the sneak premiere opening a while back. Impressive amount of taps, but unfortunately (at least this night) the staff didn’t really know all the beers and some were in not so good condition. Was supposed to open their own brewery as well, but not sure they’ve had the opportunity to open that yet. The fod we had was very nice. Cool cellar rooms, though got very very hot if you took seating close to the grill. Not the cheapest place, but considering the location, you should figure that much before you even step inside.
Impresive place for having a beer: 19 from 50 taps available (during summer time) in an underground cave bar. Cndels light isn’t the best to read its big beer menu. Also many bottle beers availables. It’s worth a visit, for sure.
This is right up my alley style and beer wise, and just a short crawl from my office. As I’m a complete sucker for Stouts and Porters and American beer, this place suits me fine. They import De Molen themselves, but also Goose Island, which is fantastic. Prizes are of course on the high side, but it depends on what you order. In my book the Goose Island prizes are very reasonable (considering you’re not in the states, and in one of Europe’s more expensive cities). Service has been up and down, but the regular bartender is very good. All in all, this is my hang-out of choice at the moment.
Winebar upstairs, and a much more interesting beerbar in the cavern underneath. As importers of De Molen they naturally carry an excellent selection of their bottled stuff, in addition to the around 40 taps of mostly swedish micros. Very knowledgable bartender. Being used to Norwegian prices, I will bitch less over that aspect than other people on this site...
Strebs (221) St. Louis, Missouri | May 14, 2011| Updated July 26, 2012
beautiful bar in a cellar on the outskirts of the old town, just off the water. Nice selection of American beers and de Moelen. Like the rest of Stockholm, extremely expensive.
kermis (551) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | April 24, 2011
Amazing selection of foreign bottles as well as their own brews, though a little lacking in Swedish brews. Biggest selection of De Molen I’ve ever seen.
Visited on several occasions.
Located in the old town in stockholm which is a very nice bonus. The pub is located below ground in a nice brick-cellar. They have 50+ beers on tap usually and among them i think about 10 are their own. Rest consists of hiqh-quality micros from sweden and the rest of the world. Beers are on the expensive side but considering the location that’s understandable. Food is alright but not really something to write home about. Come here for the beer, snacks and atmosphere.
Very atmospheric, cosy, yet spacious pub with a huge selection. You can check out some of the beers kept in the fridges as you enter the building and walk down to the basement bar. They offered me 5 sample glasses (10cl) of the draught beers and I was able to pick any 5 of them. The service was friendly and this place has really enhanced the beer scene in Stockholm. My only gripe is the cost as it’s a little on the expensive side (even by Swedish standards), although I guess that’s kind of inevitable given the prime location.