This was my first stop on my four beer beer crawl, not a bad place to start with. Its across the street from a nice park and has some good outdoor seating...Nice taps about 10, all local, with a huge beer list. I asked the server for a recommendation and he gave me a great one to start off the first drink of the day on a hot summer’s day. He really knew what he was talking about...The quality of the beer was really nice, huge selection. The beer menu was really good was it was first catergorized by style of beer and country of origin, then at the back just listed all the beers in alphabetical order. I only stayed for one drink here because I was ending my trip out of cash and didn’t want to go the atm machine, as they only accept Danish credit cards.
Good place to go to, worth stopping by but make sure you have CASH if you’re an American.
One of the best places in Copenhagen to drink mainly danish microes on tap like the amazing Mikkellers - and watch football on TV. Very crowdy when FC Copenhagen or the danish national team playes. Otherwise a good spot with top-notch ambience - rock music or a DJ. 13 beers on tap, changes (almost) weekly. Approx. 180 on bottle. One of my favorite hang-outs in Copenhagen. Recommended!
This was a real find this time round in KbH. Fantastic place to drink Mikkeller on top, and a variety of other hop-heavy local gems. Staff were lovely, crowd very chilled (in typical Danish fashion). Highly recommend.
Marko (255) Split / Zagreb, Croatia | September 21, 2010
A "basement" bar that was packed with people watching the Man Utd-Liverpool game when I arrived (and a great game it was). The atmosphere is pretty good in my opinion and it’s cozy enough. Good service, very good beer selection (had a barleywine and they didn’t know who made it... shame because it was pretty great). Another place I’d visit more often if I lived here.
This is also a must visit bar in Copenhagen, where you can expect good service, a nice selection, and a decent atmosphere. While I have been here recently, my favorite memory is my first, when I went to the bar just a few days before Christmas, and it was nearly empty. It was such a cozy place to come into from the cold, and I was recommended by the bartender one of the best beers I have had in my life.
One of the top-three beer bars in Copenhagen together with Mikkeller and Ølbaren.
When there isn’t sport on TV, the music is mostly old rock occationally via a DJ.
The beer selection is enormous, albeit the selection of tap beers is often on the hoppy side.
Waiting times in the bar are ususally not too bad.
they show sports at times, but apart from that (and the gatherings it results in) the atmosphere and selection there is really good- they have the same problem everybody has in denmark with imported bottles; they’re not fresh- lagunitas in particular should not be bought here