Small and cosy bar where the bartenders used to be prettier (girls those days) although less knowledgeable. Service is always friendly and helpful. Selection of beers is focussed on Danish microbrews and ciders of good quality on tap and a few bottles. Toilets diminutive. Only thing I do not like is that smoking is allowed. Sometimes the smoke clouds are thick and overwhelming.
I really enjoy Lord Nelson. The smoke can be a bit much at times, but if your looking for a good danish micro, this is the place to be.
Pinball (72) Copenhagen, Denmark | February 17, 2009| Updated March 12, 2011
smoke and beer just don’t match up very well. not for me anyways.
the place have two cask "taps" and i think 14 ordinary taps. Almost no bottles, but i think there was at least one kind of beer in there with the soda’s. beer on tap is of very good quality (i sampled 8 different) and the service is great. people there are talkative and very kind to strangers. power plugs at the ceiling and wireless internet with no hassle. small cosy bar. the beers they have are all special one way or the other, often special versions of danish micro brews. they also have their own ciders, which were very good but not quite as good as what i have found in spain from time to time. when you get a sampler it is filled entirely with beer. remember to judge head while he is filling the glass ;-) Don’t be surprised to find one or two of the top25 ratebeerians here, no matter what day or time you pop in. If you like me really hate and get physically ill of smoke, you’ll only be heere for sampling new stuff. Recently they started exprimenting with smokeless days
Very nice basement pub centrally located just around the corner from the beer store Barley Wine. Small place with rather spartan interior decoration. Up to 14 taps with ever changing beers from Danish micro brewers and ciders from their own cidery. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Food? Yes, crisps. Free internet. Very nice and friendly place, highly recommended.
A small, cellar pub right in the heart of central Copenhagen. Lord Nelson has been running for three years now and presents an ever-changing range of beers from Danish microbreweries. Usually there are at least 12 different beers on tap, in addition to a few ciders from the Nelson farm. During the years the variety of offerings has expanded, and the draft menu now also includes ales from Djævlebryg, Amager and Mikkeller. Their website contains the whole menu and is updated every week. This is a very cosy and friendly place it is easy to get in touch with other guests. The staff is super friendly and attentive. A lovely place for exciting beer drinking that should not be missed (last visited 10.09 and 15.09.2008).
Shady little place. All danish tap beers, at least a few rare ones when I was there. We got a good shouting for not wiping our shoes, but we smugs deserved it.
Mette (11) Frederiksberg, Denmark | September 22, 2008
En lille brun bar i centrum. ret ucharmerende i indretningen og meget lavt til loftet. Nogle af stamkunderne er blevet helt pukkelryggede. Servicen er mildest talt svingende. Fra tip top når det er ejeren som står bag baren, til arrogance , røverhistorier om øllet, stamkunderne. Om det er uvidenhed eller dumhed ved jeg ikke. Hvis man klager over at øllet er fyldt med smør (diacetyl)er det ikke en garanti for at få en ny. Med mindre man er dansk rockstjerne med bopæl i N.Y. udvalget er som regel varieret dog udelukkende dansk mikro.Som noget nyt med en masse spændende cidere. Der er ingen mad, men chips. Priserne er rimelige, man kan få samplersæt og kan altid få en lille smagsprøve inden man bestemmer sig. Ved ikke om rygning stadig er tilladt på stedet. Det kan jo både være godt og skidt.
Specalizes in Danish micros, with a fair range on tap. They even make their own real cider from an orchard in Denmark. Friendly service on a quiet day, some wery nice Stilton to nibble while we sipped our beers, too. I’ll be back at the first opportunity!