Sort of German feeling here, but in a touristy way I think. Visited on a quite Wednesday early afternoon and got quick and friendly service, but chose to go for a quick beer only, so didn’t get to try the food. Decent selection of German beers, Jever, Schlenkerla, Weihenstephaner etc. Unless you have a particular interest in German beers you’ll find lots of more interesting places than this around Århus.
I was pleasantly surprised by this place! At first it seemed like yet another cheezy theme bar, with bartenders in silly costumes and run-of-the-mill German beers on tap. The bottle menu, however, includes about 10 bottles from a few small German craft brewers like Brau Kunst Keller. This is a lot more than I’d expect to see at a "German" bar, or any bar in Germany for that matter. Given the tiny universe that is German craft brewing and the tiny chance you’ll find these beers anywhere else, I would definitely say this place is worth a visit, even if you have to swallow your pride and order from a bartender wearing a silly costume.
When you enter the place the first room has a bar and a few wooden tables. Next to that there is another room with small and long wooden tables with chairs or benches. The is also a room behind the bar, sort of a veranda. Waiters are dressed in Lederhosen and waitresses in Dirndl. Should you wis the do speak German. The atmosphere to be Bavarian. Small amount of draught beers and a good deal of bottled beers. None of them particilarly seldom. Food plenty and OK. Prices are moderat. One thing that fooled me when I shoud order beer and food I had to go to the counter, they did not come to my talbe. Schnitzel was sold out, Arco Festbier was sold oud. Well I picked somethijng else but found it annoying.
Located on the edge of the pedestrian zone in the old town, this German-speaking bar is probably the place to be if you are German and far away from home, feeling homesick. The German-looking Helga-like Mutti will serve you decent heimlich brew, quite standard, rather decent if bottled, and let you sit on a wooden bench, enjoying the company of your Kammeraden. The selection includes both standard and above-the-average German beers. I haven’t tried the food. Not very expensive for a city but not cheap either. Don’t think I will be back again for beer but might drop by if everything else in the vicinity is closed (unlikely).
This is the place to go for German beers in Aarhus. They have a decent selection of the most common Germans and a few Austrian beers as well with a few rarities in the mix. Nice and friendly staff, though they don’t know too much about the beers. I managed to find four beer I hadn’t had before, which was a positive surprise.