Cool little bottle shop promoting beers from all the Nordic countries, about 150 variants. I have never before seen a larger selection of beers from Nøgne Ø, and I even found some that I hadn’t tasted before. Very friendly prices for a Norwegian. Smiling and knowledgeable service the Danish girl behind the counter. Located next to Mikkeller Bar in Viktoriagade (visited 30.04.2014).
The place to come for Nogne, old Haand, Aegir, and a few other breweries. Emphasis on Nogne for sure, with Haand second. Sadly as mentioned, all the Haand beers were 1+ years old already, but as a recent visit to Oslo showed, it’s not easy to find fresh Haand beer anywhere. The only fresh one was Haand Britannia, which was an August bottling from this year...not as tasty as the October batch I had in Oslo but still nice. I’m not a fan of Nogne anymore so didn’t buy anything from them, but if you want Nogne this is the place to go for sure, some rarer/small bottles included. Small but upscale-ish boutique store kinda vibe. Almost nothing is kept in coolers, just one small one by the entrance with random things. The woman running the counter was very polite but didn’t know too much about the beer.
Got a sample as soon as I entered the store.
Great and friendly service and chitchat.
Selection is really good, mostly Nögne Ö and Haandbryggeriet but also Hornbeer, Ölvisholt, Aegir and Hantverksbryggeriet. Got glassware from most as well.
Prices are standard, nothing that feels to expensive.
Well worth the visit!
Really great selection of beers from the best breweries in Scandinavia. Ægir, Nøgne Ø, Mohawk, etc. Friendly service. Only downer is that the bottles on the shelves seemed a bit old. I am not buying an IPA that is 1+ years old!
Great beer from Nogne and Horn Beer. The owner helped a lot with what I would have, which I appreciated. We also got to try some beers. Good prices and a lot of knowledge. Follow me @ Kung av öl @ Facebook for more pictures and ratings.
Very close to Mikeller Bar. Focusing on nordic micros. Lots of beers from Nogne, and you can also find beers from Haandbryggeriet, Mohawk, Huvila and more. Prices are average by Danish standards. I was given a sample of one of the beers, I always appreciate that. Worth a visit.
Som namnet säger så är det fokus på Norden och framför allt Norge. Haandbryggeriet och nogne i massor. Trevlig personal som slänger fram ett provsmak på tap utan att vi ens frågat. Precis svalt frukosten så det började ju bli läge! Härlig färsk ipa. Priserna är nog ganska normala. Väl värt ett besök
I like the concept of just having Nordic beer and the selection is very good, I don’t think you can find any place with more Nordic beers than this place. Lots of nice Norweigan beer in particular, as from Nögne O and Haandbryggeriet. Nice and chatty staff.
kermis (420) Where the wild whales are, Netherlands | June 22, 2013
Great selection of interesting Nordic beers make this totally different from the other beer shops in Copenhagen. Well worth popping in to, particularly as it’s just down the road from Mikkeller.
A great little shop at the Vesterbrogade end of Viktoriagade and close to the Mikkeller bar. There are Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish flags flying outside and the beer selection is exclusively Nordic. It’s well worth a visit. The bottles are nicely displayed on neat and tidy shelves and in a fridge and the prices are good. In addition, the owner is a very nice chap – friendly and knowledgeable. He greeted me on each of my visits with a generous sample of Haandbryggeriet’s Fyr og Flamme, which he had on draught. He’s been importing Nordic beers for four years and is an ex-brewer (Coisbo, I think). He was telling us that he plans to install a brewery at the back of the shop very soon.
(Last visited 7 May 2013).