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We came there two times between 4-6th of August. It'a small cellar with a great variety of beers. I think about 12 of them were theirs and they have many other beers. For someone that loves beer is a must see place. I loved the...More
the staff was very friendly... this place is underground, the ceilings are lined with bricks... there is a small fireplace int he middle of the room, and the windows have candles for effect... its not just the beer that they brew themselves, its the ambiance...More
We came here early / around 8:30 on a Saturday night - before Norwegians come out in earnest - and had a nice beer. We each sampled brews made in-house by the brew pub and they were pretty good. The venue is nice - it's...More
This place is an absolute must to visit during even a weekend break in Oslo. Probably the best bar location ever been. Definitely worth the find, a open cellar space with a open fire for toasting Marshmellows on, great craft and guest beers. Super friendly...More
Recently spent two nights in Oslo on rail tour. Found time to visit this gem of a brewery twice. Terrific selection of local beers and if you are a real ale enthusiast you have to try some here (try a "flight"of four beers to find...More
This is a nice bar. Here you will find several types of craft beer brewed in house. I like the concept and the setup. It is like a small beer hall with white caulk walls and long tables. Sit down with your friends or just...More
Hi All I'm planning a potential trip to Oslo, and am going a bit mad, trying to figure out what craft beer prices are like in comparison to London. I did my calculations below based on 1GBP = 11.5NOK ln London, I can on occasion pay £5.50 (63.25 NOK) for 330ml of a good bottle of IPA, though on tap it's usually around £6 for a pint (69 NOK) I've looked at a few bars and 2 look fun, with nice beer: Crowbar & Bryggeri and Schouskjelleren (though I'm open to more suggestions). I...More
February 22, 2015|
NOK 75-90 will buy you a 400ml standard draught - normally a lager type beer. Craft beers with higher alcohol content are more expensive - NOK 75 or thereabout for 330 ml.