First Bishops arm’s I came to, so can’t compare those just yet. The place is very big, and modernly classic. English/US style interior, beers are mostly US , but other countries as well. The big, big issue here is that they don’t have a menu. it makes things way more complicated than they should be. To find out, you either have to walk around to the different taps, and stare to the fridges in the back of the bar. Or you simply ask the staff. The staff is very slow though, and clearly reccomended me a beer they wanted to get rid of. They don’t seem beerpassionate at all, and rather stare at their cellphone than help waiting customers. Prices are rather high, but Of course I can only talk about the 1 beer I had, as there is no publically visual pricing anywhere. you just have to guess, I guess. I did kinda like it though ( the selection / the interior ) I think this could be a very nice place with a better management.
Decent Bishops Arms located near the Stockholm Central Station. The selection of taps was good, but not as good as in some of the other BAs I have visited. There were quite a few empty taps, though. I didn’t look at the bottle menu. Service was okay. There are many better bars in Stockholm, but we were passing by, and it was raining cats and dogs, so it was a very convenient stop for me.
Long narrow dimly lit Bishops Arms beside Central Station. A bit grotty and beer selection not as good as the other members of the chain. A bit more like a City Centre Weatherspoons but with more interesting beer.
Regular Bishops Arms located just by the train station. Usually cool guests on tap and a decent bottle selection too. Haven’t eaten but expect it to be the same as all other BA. Possibly a bit more crowded and less cozy than other BA venues. Also rather expensive...