close to being a tourist trap with dull beers and to expensive food. 32,- dkk for 20 cl??? come on.
phredrik (31) Copenhagen (formerly Aalborg), Denmark | May 21, 2012
I’ve been here a couple of times, but I don’t go here a lot. The atmosphere is pretty boring, but it’s pretty cool that as you hang around the dining area, you can see down to the brewery. The staff mainly consists of pretty girls who don’t seem to actually have any clue about what they’re talking about. The prices here are outrageous. 75 kr for a beer poured from keg, and the bottles are also 75+ kr. That’s outrageous considering that the shit’s brewed 10 metres from the tap handles. The selection is Søgaards Bryghus beers, which are fine, but not amazing, and then the contract brewed beers - mainly Beer Here, which I love. But again, the shit’s expensive, so I scroll past this place all the time.
Nice microbrewery/cafe. Loved the beers I had and the fact they had a lot of Beer Here's products on bottle. Bought a few out of the house, portion of food was huge and new kid working there was attentive and keen. A nice experience in Aalborg!
We sat outside a windy afternoon and has ome of the home brewed beer, quite good!
Rasmus40 (276) Beder, Aarhus, Denmark | November 14, 2011| Updated October 2, 2014
A big place which serves good food along with mostly their own beers. They also have Beer Here and some of the other brands, that have their beers brewed here. The service is really mixed. I have been here several times and sometimes you talk to a real expert who is very enthusiastic about his beers, but most of the time it’s a standard barmaid, who knows absolutely nothing about beer or how to pour it. A bit expensive.
Large place with some interesting beers. You may sit indoor or outdoor in summertime. Food is good. Easy to find. Both beer and food is too expensive in my opinion. A good deal of the beers can be bought in supermarkets. Do that instead. Staff is friendly but you might risk some waiting time. On the verge of being a tourist trap.