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If you are someone who loves beers then Amundsen Bryggeri & Spiseri should be a must visit when visiting Norway. With a fantastic collection of the brew, both domestic and international as well as one of the best local brews, the restaurant and bar serve food that goes well with the drink. During the winters soak in the warmth from the fireplace and chill out on the patio on summers. The vibrant atmosphere, live music, TV all add to the charm of this place. Whether it is meetings or just a hangout with friends, you will love this cool place.
Beer Palace opened its doors in 1993, and since then has been delighting guests with delicious brews. Nestled in a historical building in Aker Brygge and surrounded in red brick walls, this place has a typical old world charm to it. With more than 30 varieties of brews on tap and a vast selection of bottled beers to choose from, Beer Palace boasts of housing one of the largest selection of beers in the city. If ever in dilemma regarding a choice, the amicable bartender will help you with a selection. Entertaining events like quiz competitions, live bands and more, add the spark to this place.
Established in Grünerløkka since 2010, Schouskjelleren Mikrobryggeri is one of the most sought after brewpubs in the neighborhood.The German-styled decor with long beer tables, copper kettles, an historical fireplace and the cozy ambiance will surely take you by surprise. The extensive selection of drought beers prepared by them is magical. Try their top quality beers, Evil Twin Disco Beer 97 and Schouskjelleren Uncle Knut 32. All in all, a must-visit pub! Check out the website for detailed information.
At a first glance, Oslo Mikrobryggeri seems a very regular and cozy pub. However, after receiving your beverage and sitting down in the dark and wooden interior you'll taste the unusually fresh and strong punch of your beverage, and you'll notice the brewing kettles in plain sight. Then it will hit you. The microbrewery's own beer is produced in its tiny brewery in the cellar, and the quality is excellent. Be aware that the level of alcohol at this establishment is a bit more aggressive than in most other Norwegian beers. Oslo Mikrobryggeri is not located on Bogstadveien as its address states, but on one of its side streets. It is easy to find once you are aware of this.