The Beer Garden beer menu


Please note that our beer menu can be subject to availability but we do our utmost to offer you a great selection of beer all year round.

  • ENGLISH STYLE BEERS

  • Bitter, IPA, porter, stout and milds all come from the British Isles. Known for their after work pub culture, most Brits are familiar to what is considered a session beer. The trademark of these beers is a firm malt profile, well hopped but low in alcohol and rather smooth or fading hoppyness. Pairs with: Fish and chips, sausages, bangers and mash and cheese.

  • Newcastle Brown Ale 1.000 ISK

    Brown Ale brewed by John Smiths in Tadcaster – 330ml / 4.7%

  • Old Speckled Hen 1.200 ISK

    Bitter brewed by Greene King in Bury ST. Edmunds – 330ml / 3.5%

  • Hobgoblin 1.350 ISK

    Bitter brewed by Wychwood in Witney – 330ml / 3.5%

  • Innis & Gunn Original Oak Aged 1.900 ISK

    English Strong Ale brewed by Wellpark in Edinburgh – 500ml / 6.6%

  • London Porter 1.350 ISK

    Porter brewed by Fuller´s in London – 500ml / 5.4%

  • London Pride 1.200 ISK

    Bitter brewed by Fuller´s in London – 500ml / 4.7%

  • ESB 1.500 ISK

    Premium Bitter brewed by Fuller´s in London – 500ml / 5.9%

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  • Weiss/Dunkel/Wit

  • Depending on the style, wheat beer can range from pale and light body to dark brown with full body. Wheat beer is characterised by its cloudy appearance and its banana aftertaste, sometimes even with a hint of vanilla. Belgian Wit is characterised by the taste of Curaçao orange and coriander. Pairs with: Salads, potato salad, dark fruits and cheese.

  • White Ale 1.300 ISK

    Wit from Einstök Ölgerð brewery in Akureyri – 330ml / 5.2%

  • Fósturlandsins Freyja 1.100 ISK

    Wit from Ölvisholt brewery in Selfoss – 330ml / 4.5%

  • Weihenstephan 1.700 ISK

    German Hefeweizen from Bayerishce Staatsbrauerei in Freising 330ml / 5.4%

  • Hefe Weissbier 1.700 ISK

    From Weihenstephan – 330ml

  • Weihenstephan 1.700 ISK

    Dunkelweizen from Bayerische Staatsbrauerei in Freising 330ml / 5.3%

  • Hefe Weissbier Dunkel 1.700 ISK

    From Weihenstephan – 330ml

  • Franziskaner 1.500 ISK

    Dunkelweizen from Spaten-Franziskaner-Bräu in Munich 330ml / 5%

  • NOT JUST ANOTHER WIT 1.800 ISK

    Wit from Mikkeller in Copenhagen – 330ml / 7.6%

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  • BELGIUM STYLE BEERS

  • Beer is to Belgium what cigars are to Cuba and wine is to France. Belgian beers have influenced the rest of the world and their style has been copied by many a brewer. Even though Belgian beer often seems to have a hint of sweetness they have very little residual sugar. As a result, hop bitterness is usually kept low because there is little sugar to balance it. Pairs with: Most food, cheese, stews and spicy sausages.

  • Skaði 1.650 ISK

    Saison from Ölvisholt brewery in Selfoss

  • Saison Dupont Vieille Provision 1.600 ISK

    Saison from Brasserie Dupont in Tourpes-Leuze

  • Tripel Karmeliet 2.000 ISK

    Abbey Tripel from Brouwerij Bosteels in Buggenhout

  • Duvel 1.800 ISK

    Belgian Strong Ale from Duvel Moortgat in Breendonk-Puurs

  • La Guillotine 2.500 ISK

    Belgian Strong Ale from Brouwerij Huyghe in Melle

  • Delirium Tremens 2.150 ISK

    Belgian Strong Ale from Brouwerij Huyghe in Melle

  • GULDEN DRAAK 2.400 ISK

    Belgian Strong Ale from Brouwerij Van Steenberge in Ertvelde

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  • Stout/porter

  • Stouts and Porters are distinguished by their dark color, as well as a distinct roasted character that is often perceived as dark chocolate, coffee, caramel, nuts and sometimes smokiness. These qualities are derived from the use of roasted grains. Pairs with: Chocolate, cheese and roasted meat.

  • Toasted Porter 1.300 ISK

    Porter from Einstök Ölgerð brewery in Akureyri – 330ml / 6%

  • Myrkvi nr. 13 1.550 ISK

    Porter from Borg brewery in Reykjavík – 330ml / 6%

  • Garún nr. 19 2.900 ISK

    Imperial Stout from Borg brugghúsi brewery in Reykjavík 330ml / 11.5%

  • Stout 1.200 ISK

    Stout from Gæðingur brewery in Skagafjörður fjord 330ml / 5.6%

  • Íslenskur úrvals stout 1.350 ISK

    Stout from Vífilfell brewery in Akureyri – 330ml / 5.8%

  • Lava 1.800 ISK

    Smoked Imperial Stout from Ölvisholt brewery in Selfoss 330ml / 9.4%

  • Black Ball 1.650 ISK

    Porter from To Ol in Copenhagen – 330ml / 8%

  • Porter 1.450 ISK

    Porter from Founders Brewing in Grand Rapids – 355ml / 6%

  • Imperial Stout 1.850 ISK

    Imperial Stout from Founders Brewing in Grand Rapids 355ml / 10.5%

  • Porter 1.600 ISK

    Porter from Anchor Brewing in San Francisco – 355ml / ?%

  • Beer Geek Breakfast 1.650 ISK

    Stout from Mikkeller in Copenhagen – 330ml / 7.5%

  • Yin 1.950 ISK

    Imperial Stout from Evil Twin in Brooklyn

  • Black Tokyo Horizon 3.900 ISK

    Imperial Stout from BrewDog in Ellon – 330ml / 17.2%

  • Paradox Heaven Hill 3.900 ISK

    Imperial Stout from BrewDog in Ellon – 330ml / 15%

  • Barley wine is in fact not a wine at all, but a strong top-fermenting ale. It usually has an alcohol content between 8%-12%, which may explain the name. Barley wine originates from England.

  • Old Foghorn 2.300 ISK

    Barley wine from Anchor Brewing in San Francisco 355ml / 8.8%

  • Freudian Slip 2.200 ISK

    Barley wine from To Ol in Copenhagen – 355ml / 10.3%

  • RISGOOB 5.800 ISK

    Barley wine from Mikkeller in Copenhagen – 750ml / 10.4%

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  • BEER ON DRAUGHT

  • The Beer Garden presents you with Iceland’s largest selection of taps in the country. We aim to keep an ever changing and exciting beer menu, predominantly working with national brewers and breweries. The Icelandic beer industry has grown impressively in the last couple of years and is now represented by eight brewers in six different breweries. Our goal is to introduce you to their different styles and traits. Serving sizes: 200 ml / 400 ml / 568 ml (pint).

  • Boli Premium 750 / 900 / 1.200 ISK

    Marzen from Ölgerðin brewery / 5,6%

  • Einstök Pale Ale 600 / 1.100 / 1.400 ISK

    English Pale Ale from Einstök brewery / 5.6%

  • Snorri nr. 10 800 / 1.550 / 1.950 ISK

    Icelandic Vegetable Ale from Borg brewery / 5,3%

  • Úlfur nr. 3 850 / 1.600 / 1.450 ISK

    I.P.A from Borg brewery. Talk about economics of scale / 5.0%

  • Carlsberg 750 / 900 / 1.200 ISK

    Lager from Copenhagen / 5%

  • Ölvisholt Lager 750 / 900 / 1.200 ISK

    Lager from Ölvisholt brewery / 5%

  • Bríó Nr.1 500 / 800 / 1.100 ISK

    German Pilsner from Borg brewery / 4.8%

  • Úlfrún Nr. 34 750 / 1.400 / 1.700 ISK

    Session I.P.A from Borg brewery / 4,5%

  • Somersby 550 / 1.000 / 1.450 ISK

    Apple Cider from Copenhagen / 4,5%

  • Móri 900 / 1.550 / 1.950 ISK

    Amber Ale from Ölvisholt brewery / 5,5%

  • Magdalena Nr. 41 1.050 / 1.800 / 2.650 ISK

    Imperial Wit from Borg brewery / 8,4%

  • Krombacher Pils 1.500 liter ISK

    Premium Pilsner from Krombacher / 4.8%

  • Gæðingur Tumi Humall 900 / 1.500 / 1.900 ISK

    I.P.A from Gæðingur brewery / 6,5%

  • Skjálfti 600/1.100/1.250 ISK

    California Common from Ölvisholt Brugghús

  • Einstök White Ale 600 / 1.100 / 1.400 ISK

    Witte from Einstök brewery 5.0%

  • Sleipnir 900 / 1.700 / 2.200 ISK

    American Pale Ale from Ölvisholt brewery / 5,5%

  • Gæðingur Pale Ale 850 / 1.450 / 1.850 ISK

    American Pale Ale from Gæðingur brewery / 4,5%

  • La Trappe Dubbel 1.050 / 1.800 / 2.200 ISK

    Abbey Dubbel from Berkel-Enschot / 7%

  • Leffe Blonde 700 / 1.300 / 1.750 ISK

    Belgian Ale from Leuven in Belgium / 6,6%

  • SURTUR NR. 30 1.200 / 2.200 / 3.100 ISK

    Imperial Stout from Borg brewery / 9%

  • NITRO DRAUGHT

  • The only beer menu in the country featuring a nitro tab. Serving sizes: 284 ml (½Pint) / 568 ml (pint)

  • Nitro Lava 2.000 / 3.600 ISK

    10 minute pour / 9,4%

  • GUINNESS 700 / 1.300 ISK

    Dry stout from St. Jame´s Gate in Dublin / 4.2%

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  • TRAPPIST BEERS

  • To create a Trappist beer, the breweries must be located within the walls of a Trappist monastery and the beer has to be brewed under the supervision of Trappist monks. Trappist beer is not a categorical style but there are some common characteristics that almost all of them share. They are all top fermented, unpasteurized and contain no chemical additives. Pairs with: Cheese, chocolate and bold flavours.

  • Rochefort 1.950 ISK

    Quadrupel from Rochefort in Rochefort

  • La Trappe 1.700 ISK

    Quadrupel from De Koningshoeven in Berkel-Enschot

  • La Trappe 1.300 ISK

    Dubbel from De Koningshoeven in Berkel-Enschot

  • La Trappe 1.250 ISK

    Belgian Ale from De Koningshoeven in Berkel-Enschot

  • La Trappe 1.200 ISK

    Wit from De Koningshoeven in Berkel-Enschout

  • Red 1.450 ISK

    Dubbel from Chimay in Baileux

  • Gold 1.450 ISK

    Belgian Ale from Chimay in Baileux

  • Blue 2.000 ISK

    Belgian Strong Ale from Chimay in Baileux

  • WESTMALLE 2.150 ISK

    Tripel from Westmalle in Malle

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  • „Wild beer“

  • Wild beer is a tough and sensitive category. It is generally described as having earthy/funky characteristics that come from the Brettanomyces yeast used for fermenting it. With added acidifying “critters” wild beer is often termed a sour beer. It is currently the craze of the brewing industry. Pairs with: Spicy sausages, salads and pickled foods.

  • Sur Amarillo 2.050 ISK

    Sour/Wild Ale from To OL in Copenhagen – 330ml / 7.5%

  • År hvad!! 1.800 ISK

    Sour/Wild Ale from Mikkeller in Copenhagen – 330ml / 6.8%

  • USAlive! 4.950 ISK

    Brettenomyces from Mikkeller in Copenhagen – 650ml / 8%

  • Wheat is the new hops 1.650 ISK

    Brettanomyces from Mikkeller in Copenhagen – 330ml / 6%

  • Goudenband 1.950 ISK

    Sour beer from Brouwerji Liefmans in Oudenaarde – 330ml / 8%

  • Duchesse De Bourgogne 1.200 ISK

    Sour/Brown Ale from Verhaeghe in Vichte – 330ml / 6.2%

  • GUEUZE GIRARDIN 1.700 ISK

    Brettanomyces from Brouwerji Girardin in Sint Ulriks-Kapelle – 330ml / 5%

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  • Ale & I.P.A.

  • Ale indicates a top-fermented brew, at temperatures around 20°C. This results in a fruitier aroma and palate and often more complex flavours. Pale Ale and India Pale Ale originally come from England but their modern versions have largely been formed in the United States. They usually have an intense hop flavour, a golden to copper colour, and a medium malty body. The aroma is moderate to very strong. Pairs with: Ribs and grilled food, some cheese and spicy food.

  • Icelandic Pale Ale 1.300 ISK

    Pale Ale from Einstök Ölgerð brewery in Akureyri 330ml/5.6%

  • Tumi Humall 1.400 ISK

    India Pale Ale from Gæðingur brewery in Skagafjörður fjord 330ml / 6.5%

  • Pale Ale 1.000 ISK

    Pale Ale from Gæðingur brewery in Skagafjörður fjord 330ml / 4.5%

  • Punk 1.050 ISK

    India Pale Ale from Brewdog in Aberdeen – 330ml / 5.6%

  • Dead Pony Club 800 ISK

    Session I.P.A. from Brewdog in Aberdeen – 330ml / 3.8%

  • Libertine Black Ale 1.500 ISK

    Black I.P.A. from Brewdog in Aberdeen – 330ml / 7.2%

  • Jack Hammer 1.500 ISK

    India Pale Ale from Brewdog in Aberdeen – 330ml / 7.2%

  • Yang 1.950 ISK

    India Pale Ale from Evil Twin in Brooklyn – 330ml / 10%

  • All Day IPA 950 ISK

    Session I.P.A. from Founders Brewing in Grand Rapids 330ml / 4.7%

  • Centennial 1.450 ISK

    India Pale Ale from Founders Brewing in Grand Rapids 330ml / 7.2%

  • Liberty Ale 1.650 ISK

    American Pale Ale from Anchor Brewing in San Francisco 330ml / 5.9%

  • Amass 1.700 ISK

    West Coast I.P.A. from Mikkeller in Copenhagen 330ml / 6.5%

  • Eurodancer 1.450 ISK

    American Pale Ale from To Ol in Copenhagen 330ml / 6.5%

  • Final Frontier 1.950 ISK

    India Pale Ale from To Ol in Copenhagen – 330ml / 9%

  • Black Malt & Body Salts 1.850 ISK

    Black I.P.A. from To Ol in Copenhagen – 330ml / 9.9%

  • Amber ales often have a hint of caramel. This is because they are generally brewed using more malt than other ales. This flavour intensifies if the amount of hops is increased.

  • Móri 1.450 ISK

    Amber Ale from Ölvisholt brewery in Selfosss – 330ml / 5.5%

  • Norðan Kaldi 1.200 ISK

    English Pale Ale from Bruggsmiðjan brewery in Árskógssandur 330ml / 5.4%

  • 5 A.M. SAINT 1.000 ISK

    Amber Ale from Brewdog brewery in Aberdeen – 330ml / 5%

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  • Lager

  • Lager is generally brewed at temperatures below 10°C, using bottom-fermenting yeast. This yields a beer that is characteristically clean and rounded, though not always complex. Some traditional types of hops that are used are hallertau, northern brewer, perle, spalt, saaz, tettnang and hersbruck. Lager beers includes pilsner, bock, Vienna lager and rauchbier. Pairs with: Light dishes, soft cheese, fish and salads.

  • Thule 1.200 ISK

    Lager from Vífilfell brewery in Akureyri – 330ml / 5%

  • Gull 1.100 ISK

    Lager from Ölgerðin brewery in Reykjavík 330ml / 5%

  • Bríó Nr.1 500 / 800 / 1.100 ISK

    German Pilsner from Borg brewery / 4.8%

  • Egils Lite 1.200 ISK

    Light lager from Ölgerðin brewery in Reykjavík 330ml / 4.4%

  • Kaldi 1.200 ISK

    Czech lager from Bruggsmiðjunni brewery in Árskógssandur 330ml / 5%

  • Kaldi Dökkur 1.200 ISK

    Dark lager from Bruggsmiðjunni brewery in Árskógssandur 330ml / 5%

  • Stinnings Kaldi 1.200 ISK

    Herb lager from Bruggsmiðjunni brewery in Árskógssandur 330ml / 5%

  • Skjálfti

    California Common from Ölvisholti brewery in Selfoss 330ml / 5%

  • Steam Beer 1.500 ISK

    California Common from Anchor Brewing in San Francisco – 330ml / 4.9%

  • Boston Lager 1.250 ISK

    Vienna lager from Samuel Adams in Boston – 330ml / 4.8%

  • Bockbier 2.900 ISK

    Dunkel Bock from La Trappe in Berkel-Enschot – 750ml / 7%

  • American Dream 1.600 ISK

    Premium Lager from Mikkeller in Copenhagen – 330 ml / 4.6%

  • GLUTENFREI 1.400 ISK

    Premium Lager from Neumarkter Lammsbrau in Neumarkt 330 ml / 4.7%

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  • FRUIT BEERS & CIDER

  • Made from fermented apple juice, cider comes in a number of varieties; dry, with fruity, tannic qualities and low carbonation or a sweeter, more effervescent, very complex style. Some classic fruit beer styles can be called radlers or, like in Belgium, kriek. They range from very sour and fruity to properly sweet. Fruit beer sometimes has added fruit juice or added fresh fruit to start a secondary fermentation. Pairs with: Light desserts, crème brûlée, cream cheese and some salads.

  • Fruitesse 950 ISK

    Fruit Beer from Liefmans in Oudenaarde – 330ml / 3.8%

  • Cuvée Brut 1.950 ISK

    Fruit Beer from Liefmans in Oudenaarde – 330ml / 6%

  • Cider from France

  • Cidre Bouché 4.650 ISK

    Brut from Fermes des Landes in Cotes d´Armour – 750ml / 5%

  • Cidré Bouché 2.400 ISK

    Brut from Fermes des Landes in Cotes d´Armour – 375ml / 5%

  • Cidré Boucheé 4.450 ISK

    Demi-sec from Fermes des Landes in Cotes d´Armour 750ml – 4.5%

  • SOMERSBY APPLE 1.000 ISK

    Sweet from Carlsberg in Copenhagen – 330ml – 4.5%

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