Beer prices in Oslo will soon make you realize that Oslo is not cheap. Oslopuls.no 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|
|Sawol||Grønland 18||Hansa||80 kr|
|Bar1||Aker Brygge||Hansa||72 kr|
|Oslo Mekaniske Verksted||Teaterplassen||Frydenlund||69 kr|
Photo is from a cheap pub on the other side of town: Oslo Mekaniske Verksted
Not on the list, and maybe expensive, but the best beer in Oslo is enjoyed at Schouskjelleren Mikrobryggeri (brewery).