humlelala (70) , Denmark | July 24, 2014
40 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 3/10 SELECTION 5/15 FOOD 6/10 VALUE 3/10 OVERALL 10/20
This is a small, local off-license carrying vegetables, mediterranean delicatessen, wine and an assortment of craft beer mainly distributed by One Pint. The place has around 40 bottles - some of them refrigerated. Prices are in the higher end of the Copenhagen scale - i.e. up to 6-7 euro for a 50 cl bottle. Seems to favour BeerHere and Klosterbryggeriet and has none of the MIkkeller / To Øl / Evil Twin / Amager that the rest of Copenhagen abounds with. Also has English ales, a bit of Faroese and some Belgian most notably of which are Rochefort and Gouden Carolus. The place is certainly not a beer destination in itself but if you find yourself visiting the architectural attraction that is Bjarke Ingel’s 8-House it wouldn’t hurt to visit since the place seems to have some of the Danish craft beers that the city centre won’t normally carry. The staff knows nothing about beer but are sometimes willing to negotiate discounts if you buy more than one bottle.