Visited on November 16, 2012. Opening hours and web site was not the same as listed on ratebeer, so I got there before they opened, I’ll try and correct that. Way out of the city center, but still pretty fast and easy to get to by taking the metro to Brommaplan, take a right out of the metro building and walking a few minutes up to the big roundabout. Nice place, big windows, mainly table and chairs seating. Staff seems fairly knowledgable, but didn’t strike me as very service minded however, almost as if it was a bit boring that they had actual custumers that took more than 2 secnods to order a beer. Pretty decent selection of beers, though some of the bottles were horribly overpriced. Didn’t eat, but some of the food I saw being served had me thinking eating here wouldn’t be a bad idea next time. I’ll consider going back again.
Good selection and decent prices. Food’s about average. Minus that neither the website tap list nor their paper list is updated. But the staff is helpful and taking time to find some good recommendations, even though visiting on a crowded time on a Saturday night after payday. Somewhat unusual in Sweden to find BBNo on tap and on bottles.
Located close to a round about in central Bromma, just a few minutes from the Metro station (T-Bana) called Brommaplan. 20 beers on tap including ten from Magic Rock after a tap take over the other day. Among the draugh beers they also had their own beer made by Mohawk. Well selected bottle ranges, a tasty one from Macken was recommended to me. Friendly and knowledgeable service. Ordinary and informal restaurant interiors with a patio (too) close to the round about. Worth the trip from the central station, about 30 minutes with the metro for SEK 100,-, return ticket. Relaxing on a Sunday afternoon. (Visited with Frau Eva 14.08.2016).
Not exactly a central location, but if you happen to find yourself in Bromma it is a must visit place. Very much a restaurant. We came to eat so wasn’t any problem getting a place to sit (and it was early in the afternoon), but might be more difficult later on and if you are only there for the beers. Good selection with decent prices. Food was good as well.
Mixed staff, some know a lot about beer others seem to be beginners, still they make sure to answer questions. They sen to regularly change the draft beer but the food menu remains. The room feels traditional but the bar and the toilets are from the 1990:s. The food is ok, burgers, meat, pasta and fried pub food, nothing for a gourmand, simple and intermediates, bar snacks can be ordered.
Ok place with a nice beer selection. Located a bit off, but worth a visit.
Peter_L (25) , Sweden | November 29, 2014| Updated March 29, 2015
Besökt en löningsfredag. Samtliga bord reserverade för matgäster. Då vi inte bokat bord och inte hade för avsikt att äta så avser denna recension endast dryckesdelen. Trevlig personal. Spontana och intresserade. Kommer säkerligen besöka det igen.
Visited several times in the last couple of years. The location is not the best just next to a buzy roundabout, but as soon as you get in through the doors you forget all about it. Cool place with allot to look at, for instance who have bought the overly expensive industrial lager. Very nice pricesed considering it is Stockholm, or well close to it. Food was nice. Extra plus for the service and friendly staff, when we where served infected beer they immidately exchanged the bottles and took the rest of the shelfs.
Easy subway ride, and it’s very close to the Brommaplan station, part of some hotel. The bottle list is kinda useless, as the waitress said most of it is out of date. About 10-12 taps. The place seems rather anti-Swedish when it comes to beer, as it’s almost all imports from the US, Belgium, Scotland, etc. The owner seems to be a bit of a hophead, maybe. Generic diner sorta atmosphere and the food is pretty bad, like Appleby’s or something. Very haphazard and unimpressive.