Great little expansive brewpub just outside the heart of the city centre. 8 house beers on tap when I visited, all of mediocre quality. You can order a flight of all 8 for around 150NOK, which isn’t too bad at all for the country. Service was friendly and helpful. The interior is quite expansive and sort of rustic, with an abundance of seating room. Definitely a cool place to come to hang out and sample some local beers for cheap -- just don’t expect the best quality beers.
A spacious brewpub and a must visit when in Trondheim. Nowadays some of their bottles are available at Vinmonopolet and some well stocked grocery stores all over Norway. But, here at the brewpub you will always find some new beers which are only available on tap. I enjoyed Trondhjem Jetlag Porter, I only had one beer since it was late in the evening and I had two more bars to visit. Service was friendly, but rap music is not my favorite. (Visited July 15th 2017)
A lot better experience on my second visit here. Even an Imperial Stout.
Nice food! But I was not to impressed with their beers.
Not all of the staff either.
Maybee a smile course would have done well for some.
A bit to modern looking interior.
I would recomend Diskoteket, Daglighallen, SOT Bar & Burger and Den Gode Nabo instead.
Friendly brewpub situated right in the heart of Trondheim, though at distance from the busy shopping streets. The large four-edged servery is placed as an island in the centre of the pub with the Brewery at the end of the room. Seven different brews in 100ml sampling glass served on a tray. Pils, Special Amber, Pale Ale, Bitter, Stout, IPA and Juleøl were on when I visited the brewpub in December 07. With a proper glass of the Pale Ale I had a very well flavoured dish of sweet-and-sour wok. Cosy beer-oriented interior. Attentive waitress that made me feel welcome. One of the best beer places in Norway. (In from the cold and bitter frost on 12.12.2007).
Visited on Thursday 3 pm. We were the only customers. So the service was fast and friendly (and in Swedish). I had the sampler of 6 of their brews. From fair to excellent. Stout and Pale Ale were sold out. Could visit again when in Trondheim next time.
The microbrewery in town.
Slow service. The beers are not worth a trip to Trondheim, but if you are there, you have to visit. Copper kettles on display, but the people working behind the counter does not know a lot about the brewing process.
Did not try their food, but their sample trays are ok. A place frequented by students.
Impressive selection of 8 different beers, perhaps Norway’s record holder? unfortunately, many of those were not particularly clean. The owners are apparently the same than Oslo’s mikro, which to me felt clearly superior. The interior here is calm, feeling out of the city, which it is in this calm substreet. Prety typical pub interior, not too focused, not too attentioned to details. Well, if you’re in Tronheim, do stop by, but not worth the (very long) journey by itself. They offer samplers thoughand the service was as good as it gets.
A neat looking place tucked away sort of in an alley, making it a bit hard to find if you don’t know where to look. Friendly and quick service which didn’t seem to be very knowledgeable about the beers, but the samplertray had a short presentation of each beer, and the brewer was present when we visited and could respond to questions. A place I think it’s worht visiting if in town, even though the beers are rather mainstream.
Visited in June 2014.
A failry large and centrally located place. It was almost empty during our visit in the early afternoon. The beers were sold in five different sizes, from 0,1 to 2,0 liter, costing between 18-322 NOK. I had a flight with eight beers. The beers were not that interesting to be honest.
The service was a bit slow but friendly. The food was mediocre. (I had a pork burger)
Really friendly and helpful staff, nice wooden/copper bar. Beer was very nice to try, lots of varieties, and in nice taster tray option. I was there quite early in day but heard it gets wilder in the evening.