About the brewery

Nedre Foss Gård - Brewery

brewhouse with 35 taps

The spacious attic holds our warm and cosy tap room serving beers brewed on site , while  also offering a wide selection of beers on tap, both local and international.  If you don’t find what your heart desires from our 35 taps, we have over 150 different bottled beers too.  

To complete the experience we have a  great kitchen that offers a varied menu that changes with the seasons.  


Nedre Foss Gård is an important part of Oslo’s and Grünerløkka’s history. The history of the farm goes back to 1220, when it was a mill connected to the monastery. It has also been the King’s mill and in the 1700’s was one of the biggest around Oslo. The farm has had many important owners, among them Friedrich Grüner who gave the name to Grünerløkka.

In the 1800’s the beginnings of todays Grünerløkka were taking shape,  farming declined, and with the rise of urbanisation, apartment buildings replaced the farms. In 1986 the mill production stopped, and the farmhouse was converted into office spaces. The big silo connected to the farm, is now student homes.

The main building of Nedre Foss Gård is from 1802 and is the oldest building in the area.