A small and unpretentious bar in the hip Elmegade of Nørrebro. Neither the tap or bottle lists are more flashy than the bar itself, but seems carefully curated, and there’s always something new and interesting available. Being quite small, the place gets easily packed, but always maintains a laid back atmosphere. The staff is very service minded, and eager to help or discuss the choices available. Still one of the top spots in the city.
The locals were busy having a party, but they invited us in and found us seats. The server helped us choose. (Her father was the brewer at Flying Couch). The locals chatted to us all the time and bought us beer and let us take food from the buffet. They even gave us some schnapps to try. A good selection of beers from Denmark and other places.
magicmn (106) Moscow, Russia | January 25, 2016| Updated August 2, 2016
Remember visiting back in early 2012/2013 and it was always rammed, but now with the plethora of drinking establishments across Copenhagen for the discerning drinker to choose it is generally rather quieter on recent visits. Still a good selection to choose from on Tap and bottle, and worth visiting if on your way up to M&F.
A bit out of the centre in the same zone as Nørrebrio. One of Copenhagen’s old stagers and the nearest to a normal beer bar, possibly. Nonetheless a bit grungy, hideously expensive and not far beyond just chucking out the beers. The bottled list lay largely hidden.