Crow Bryggeri, or Crowbar as it’s commonly called, is a popular microbrewery. They sell their own tasty in-house brews on tap, as well as other boutique beers from around Norway and further afield. The range is good, and it’s worth asking the bartenders for a recommendation on what’s new.
The decor is industrial, with lots of steel, concrete and giant brewing vats. Somehow it still manages to feel cosy, probably thanks to the heaving crowds of beer-loving hipsters filling up the gaps. Crow Bryggeri is always packed on a weekend.
Once the beer hungries start to kick in, head upstairs for a rotisserie-cooked pork ‘crowbab’ and a basket of onion rings or pork crackling (!!) on the side. It’s the beer snack you never knew you were craving. If you’re organized enough, you can book a table in advance and order a whole suckling pig to demolish with your mates.