Visited this beer/wine/coffee shop on a monday afternoon, our first stop in Denmark, to pick up some quality beers. And boy, we were not disappointed. While the selection is not huge, the beers are carefully selected and of general high quality. We picked up some unfamiliar Danish beers as well as a couple of US brews I can’t get in my own area. We had a nice chat with owner Paul, who was very interested in our travel plans and quick to offer helpful suggestions on other worthwhile beer spots in the country. The offer of a substantial discount was the icing on the cake. It’s clear these people love their job and they’ll make sure you walk out with a smile. If we didn’t have a parking meter breathing down our necks, we might have stayed a little longer just to talk. Recommended stop if you’re in the area.
This was an amazing experience. The first meet was pleasant. The shop manager Paul has good experience and knowledge about beer, wine, coffee etc and shows expertise in customer handling as well. His coworker was really helpful and nice. They even served me fresh coffee.
About the place, very old looking, woody and a lot of gift packages with chocolate, beer and wine. Longer inside the shop a really big shelf showed up with a huge selection of rare beers from all over the world. Westvleteren 8, 12. Lindemans Cuvee Renee and many more. There were probably 100+++ beers. Looking forward to come back here. Thank you Paul
Great beer and coffee deli shop. You Can sit Down for Cake beer of coffe. Fantastic selection of craftbeer. Fred and Adam, mikkeler , own import og severel great english breweries. A place to make a deetour for. Friendly service. More than 20 new beers for mé it i had the money, shop not expensive tHough. Top 5 beershop in Jylland.
Visited on Friday 28/02/14 around 5pm. Little over a 5 minute walk from the station, Norreport is well worth a visit if you have some time to spare.
A good 100+ bottles primarily from DK, the UK and BE and a fairly even split at that.
I picked up BD Abstrakt AB01 & 02, long since gone from the UK shelves, for a bargainous KR890!
The place also doubles up as a coffee shop and sells chocolates, which I had gift wrapped for my wife.
Service was prompt and with a smile!
Well worth a look and you can drink your beer in the adjoining cafe, however I Dont think any of the beers are refridgerated!
Nice store in the end of the pedestrian street.
Pretty good beer selection, that you can enjoy right away on the café setup. Prices are average. Friendly staff.
Yorker (28) Herning, Denmark | December 14, 2013| Updated January 12, 2014
Not exclusively a beer store, but a place that also sells wine, candy, coffee - and even has a little cafe. The beer section of the store has gotten a little smaller, but it’s still quite good - especially considering how small a town Holstebro is. It’s a very cosy place and the owner is knowledgeable and friendly. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in town.
This store has a small beer section with bottle from floor to ceiling. The service is excellent - friendly to talk to and he knows his beers. The selection included lots of English beers, some nice American brews, Mikkeller and many others including a few Austrian beer with only a few ratings on them. They even had some Dieu du Ciel and a an Oskar Blues. They looked like they had been there for ages and that’s the main complaint as far as selection goes. They have some really good stuff that you don’t find in many other places, but those beers look really old. On the plus side, the owner was willing to make a good price for those old beers when I asked for it. I will definitely be back if in the area.
Small shop with about 200 different beers. They recently added a cafe to the shop. So you can now select a beer from the shelves and enjoy it in the cafe. Very friendly and helpful staff and decent prices.
A small but cozy and friendly little shop, with lots of good and interesting beers in the inner parts of the shop. Not a place I choose to go to find lots of news, but I always find some, it’s more a place to go to find some classics and good beers in general. Best in town as far as I know.