Over 100 years ago the ground floor housed living quarters, while Wedin’s beer was served in a beer hall on the first floor. Wedin’s Brewery closed in 1909 and a Pentecostal church moved in. Where our two copper brew kettles now stand was where the congregation sat on pews listening to the preacher, and the cellar, where we now have our pub, used to contain a baptismal font. Just a stone’s throw away, a 13th century storehouse arches over the cobbled street, while in the other direction you’ll find the Black Sheep Arms where you can try our latest trial beers.
The street starts at the busy Hästgatan to the south, full of shops and restaurants, and crosses Tranhusgatan, almost level with the peaceful botanical gardens to the north. On the way you pass the old St Hans School, built in 1859, and the alley that leads to the legendary Munkkällaren nightclub, with its 12th century vaults and nightlife since the 1970s.