Beer Prices in Oslo – An Overview

Beer prices in Oslo will soon make you realize that Oslo is not cheap. just published an unofficial ‘beer-barometer’ presenting prices from over 60 beer-serving-places in Oslo.

Unsurprisingly; Lekter’n is topping the list which compares beer prices around Oslo. My impression is that if you’re from out-of-town visiting you very likely could end up here; Aker Brygge has a great view; fully exposed to the sun; and there’s a lot of space on the boat. If you don’t want to hang around forever to find a place to sit on the nearby places then Lekter’n is a good choice.

My rating of this list: ♥♥♥♥

… An informative, up-to-date, and extensive list that I in theory could have a lot of use for. In reality I usually buy apple martini’s and cosmos’ when I’m out; while I enjoy Pale Ale’s at home.

Price of Beer in Oslo May 2012:

Lekter`n Aker Brygge Ringnes 95 kr
Oslo's most expensive beer Lekter'n

Leffe from Lekter’n – The sun really does shine brighter here

Sawol Grønland 18 Hansa 80 kr
Sawol makes you pay 80 NOK for a beer in Oslo

Sawol makes you pay 80 NOK for a beer in Oslo

Bar1 Aker Brygge Hansa 72 kr
Bar 1 Aker Brygge Beer

Varied beer menu @ Bar1, Aker Brygge

Oslo Mekaniske Verksted Teaterplassen Frydenlund 69 kr

Photo is from a cheap pub on the other side of town: Oslo Mekaniske Verksted

Beer Oslo Mekaniske Verksted

Cheaper beer @ Oslo Mekaniske Verksted

Not on the list, and maybe expensive, but the best beer in Oslo is enjoyed at Schouskjelleren Mikrobryggeri (brewery).

Beer from Schouskjelleren Mikrobryggeri tastes better

Beer from Schouskjelleren Mikrobryggeri tastes better

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