Dark and atmospheric inside, really interesting pub. Not too many of their beers on at the time.
borre_m (47) , Norway | July 26, 2014| Updated January 27, 2016
a brewpub to my taste, always something new on tap. they make good quality beer, and also have a few beers from other breweries on tap as well. tjey also have a nice selection of bottled beer.
no food here, but they have nuts and potatto chips.
brewpub with a nice selection of beer on tap.and bottle. Come early friday and saturday if you want a table.
garza (90) Oslo (NO), Caracas (VE), Venezuela | October 6, 2010| Updated April 29, 2011
Old basement located in an area what use to be Norway’s oldest Brewery. This is a brand new brewpub that has nothing to do with the former "Schous Bryggeri". Very nice ambiance and a very good service from the guy behind the bar. They own selection the day I went there was a bit short, but hey!, they just opened. Also a good handfull bottled beers of rare norwegians, germans and others. I like it, best wishes for them in the future.
Update: The own brewed product has improved a lot in taste, aroma and quality. A nice selection of guest taps (mikros from Denmark, England, US, etc.) is available all the time now. And the selection of bottled beer is kind of small but big in quality and rarities.
Cozy bar in a cellar near the center of Oslo. Little bit noisy though and rather crowded. Very nice selection of own brews and very good imports (american specialties, Cantillon, ....). Decent prices to Norwegian standards. Good Service to.
A dark cozy brewpub brick cellar place with a fantastic selection on both tap and bottle - I was perhaps most impressed over the tap selection. A big selection of their own brew and a heavy rotation frequencies. Been there a few times and the place quickly fills up a tip is to be there a bit early. The acoustique is not that good, go it gets really loud and a bit noisy when the place fills up. Will definitely return!
Probably Oslo’s best place for beer on tap (16 taps), with about six own brews and a number of interesting (and rapidly changing) guest ales. Sports a list of around thirty bottled beers of fairly esoteric variety. Mixed clientele and relaxed atmosphere, no music. Quite crowded (but not unpleasantly, even during prime time on weekend evenings). Nice and interesting cave-like interior.
An old beer storage cellar. Dark and athmospheric, although because it has a tunnel shape it gets loud quickly. 5 of their own brews and 6 guest on tap when I was there. Staff were friendly and liked to chat about beer and the world. Beers were very drinkable, and relatively speaking ok in price (strange to write that when you are paying €8 a beer). Overall thoroughly enjoyed the place and will definitely go back if I get back to Oslo.
Visited for the first time on a Tuesday evening in February 2013. It took me about 15 minutes to walk to this place from Radisson Plaza Hotel at the Train station.
I liked the ambiance of this place, cellar vault and everything. It was quite crowded during my visit, still friendly service from the guy behind the bar. I tried five reasonable large samples of their own beers. Worth a visit.
A somewhat anonymous entrance from a backyard lead you down a staircase with brewing vessels in all kinds of places. Suddenly the premises is revealed as a 1500-century vaulted cellar with bricks and with a giant fireplace in the back. Rustic wood furniture is placed as a bench rows along the aisle in a church where you can drink beer at long tables in groups. That’s what I call a proper beer cellar!
Nothing is better than coming in from the winter cold in the capital and sit down in a warm, good cellar and feel the blissful atmosphere with a good beer in your hand. From the bar you can order from around 15 taps which five are brewed on site. If this is not enough, they have a solid beer meny of bottled with about 50 + different beers. What is also encouraging is that they serve in halfpints so you can taste a little of everything in one night. A fun discovery was that they sold beer also in 3 or 5 liter, or how much it was, tower where you could tap the beer from the bottom and share with the rest of the table.