Pretty much agree with the other reviews. Nice place with a great atmosphere but the beer selection, whilst decent, was a bit uninspiring. The bottled Begian selection is solid but there’s not really anything I couldn’t get at home, so there’s not much attraction in paying Danish bar prices for them. More Danish microbrews would have been appreciated. Ended up having a Hancock Black Lager and a St Feuillien Brune (which I’d not had on draught before) and that was about it.
Very small bar alas smoking permitted. They have 8 taps and sometimes very special beers. Mostly mainstream belgian bottles. Alas staff not always up to whats on, but they do try to help.
Camons (420) Hasselager, Denmark | January 15, 2013| Updated January 18, 2013
Cozy but crowded bar with some 12-14 taps with mostly Belgians + few Danish. Huge bottle list, again mostly Belgians. So so service, fairly priced. Smoking still allowed wich is a big minus for me. Excellent music on at the time of my visit ( Ozzy area Black Sabbath )
Small and cosy ,centrally located. 14 taps - mostly quality breweries however the condition of the beers are questionable. Had 2 beers - 1 was Terrapin Hop Harvest with an appearantly self made label looking very original ( They never brewed a beer by that name) and an American impy which the owner couldnt tell who brewed. Quite a shame. The men behind the bar seemed either drunk or half drugged. A blur all around! Ps. It was very early in the day I visited.
A quite noicy place, still cosy in a way, and with a decent selection, mainly focused on Belgian beers. Was a bit disappointed to have a favourite of mine, Tripel Karmeliet, in sub par form, but the other beers were fine. Friendly service, and plus for free wifi. Drop by if in the area.
This is mainly a student bar, with reasonable prices: 40 DKK for a pint of American import compared to 50 DKK for a 40 cl. Danish macro close to Å’en 300 meters away. I find the place very cozy - it was one of my regular bars, when I lived in Århus, and probably would be again if I moved back there. The service is friendly, but only a few of the emplyees really know their beers. The selection is huge for the "untrained", but I haven’t found any new beers there in more than a year - but they have rare beers like Westvleteren. They have been threatened to be sued by Rolls Royce, since their old logo was very similar - the new one is not as pretty, but they avoided the court suit - which they probably would have lost.
Fairly good selection of mostly Belgian beers, but they rarely change the range. The staff was unable to tell me which brerwery my beer came from and their home made sign was of no use either. The biggest draw back is the fact that they allow smoking inside. I only visit in the summer when I can sit outside.
Only came in for one quick beer. There’s a decent choice of beers on tap, and some good Belgian bottles. A few interesting spirits were spotted too, if that matters. Smoking is allowed and water pipe smoking seriously interfered with the beer experience
saxo (156) Højbjerg, Aarhus, Denmark | January 19, 2013
Definitely one of the better bars in Aarhus with some good Belgian beers on tap. On the downside is that it is very small and crowded and people are allowed to smoke which kinda destroys the beer experience.