Stumbled in on a late FRI night after a busy day and full tasting session. Not mildly surprised to see some rarely-seen-on-tap Belgian classics here like Saison Dupont and St. Bernardus 12, among a good 10 other Belgians and locals. Good atmosphere, Belgian style cluttered, although people tend to lose their inhibitions faster than I’m used to in BE or DE and in such cases finding yourself sitting across the table of a drunk megalocephalic Greenlander ordering shots and going on about his difficult breech birth and his ardant love of German women can provide a bit too much too soon couleur locale on a first night out. Decent knowledgeable student service, pay as you go at the bar. Smoking with open windows not a problem on a hottish summer night. Beers in good condition, including a both creamy and dry Saison Dupont which I have not had on tap anywhere in Belgium. Not really sure what the spoiled-for-choice curmudgeon accountants here are complaining about apart from the studenty vibe.
A very cozy bar in down town Aarhus. A good selection of Belgium beers. I had a Westvleteren 12 last time I was there. You can buy apple tobacco for hookahs in the bar which you can enjoy in one of the comfortable old armchairs.
Best place in town for Belgian beers, so they’re somewhat excused for neglecting microbrew, imperial stouts/porters and barley wine. The atmosphere is always laid back on both sides of the bar.
beikes (39) Aarhus, Denmark | June 27, 2012| Updated April 6, 2013
Ris Ras is a unique little bar with a great selection of good beer. An uncountable amount of bottled brew, and around 14 taps of good stuff, makes you wanna come back again and again. You’re allowed to bring your own food to eat, and you can smoke if you want to. The location in one of the oldest and most interesting and alive streets in Aahus, is also a good plus.
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.
Theis (115) Frederiksberg, Denmark | September 23, 2006
I like this place, hasn’t changed in 2 years. Not even the selection - but here that is ok. The selection is not overwhelming, but OK. The service is pleasant. The location / ambience is very nice. I don’t think people comes here for the beer, that is just a bonus. I will be back.
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.