Typical brewpub atmosphere with an on-tap selection of 5 or so beers. I had the brown ale. Nothing special, but brewed well. Looks like they will take DKK kroners, Euros, and US dollars,too.
Leighton (958) London, England | November 26, 2012| Updated November 28, 2012
Basic tourist brewpub. A little soulless. The server had very, very little time for pleasantries, despite the bar being mostly empty. Four house beers were on, and all four were a variation on doughy/ fairly sugary/ sweet. None of the beers were offensive, though none were at all inspiring. Only worth a visit for the brewpub factor.
Modern and slick place, almost empty on the Thursday evening before the 1st European Beer Festival (Sep 2008). Of those that came in or were already none spoke to my wife and I, apart from the barmen.
Entrance looks boring, but once inside you can see it is an up-market type of joint. There is an eating area to the rear, extra seats upstairs and downstairs you find the brewing equipment, a night club, posh long tables with stainless barrels in the centre and the toilets.
The staff were all pleasant, polite and helpful on my visit.
5 beers on tap, all brewed on the premises and very cold, in fact too cold to even try and review (as I intended to do). They do a taster tray of all 5, but I didn’t bother with that having a Red and Black beer which might have been tasty if they weren’t chilled so much.
Rather nice grand café meets copper laden ’bruin café’. Decent, though quite unspectacular brews from tap. For the tickets among us it’s a drawback that’s it isn’t possible to have taster- or small glasses, 1/2L glasses only. In itself not a bad place though.
Looks like a posh British pub. Nice wooden interior with some hunting trophies on the wall.
Located just opposite from Tivoli and not far from central staion.
A bit high prices and not actually that good beer.
But well worth a visit. You can get some small tasters instead of a pint of everyone :-D
Friday night: crowded, no flights, beer served in Tuborg plastic glass. Anything positive to say? Yes, there was great live music and a lively atmosphere. Saturday afternoon: hardly any customers inside, Happy Hour from 16.00-18.00 and most important to me: 5 x 10 cl for 35 kroner. A bargain! (normal price is 65 kroner) Great beers? Not at all, but five new beers!
(Visited September 18th and 19th 2015)
After hearing the reviews I just stopped here when as I was walking by I saw a poster advertising a tasting set of 5 beers for 55DKK which I thought was a good deal. The atmosphere was pub with lots of wood, animal heads on the wall & brass. The service was nice & she laid out the set in a tasting order while giving me the run down on the beers. My wife’s chicken burger was delicious & overall we had a positive experience though the beers were average/too sweet except for the weizen which was pretty nice. It was empty when we went too, a quiet place to relax.
Benzai (195) Oirschot, THE NETHERLANDS, Netherlands | September 4, 2013
Decent place with a couple of beers from its own brewery, but not worth a detour. Very friendly and helpful staff but the beera weren’t that interesting. On the plus side: they do small tasters so that’s good for trying all or most of their beers while not having to drink 25 or 33 cl of each.
Big bar well on the tourist path, nice enough looking place but really just a place for a flying visit to get a flight and tick them off quickly with like minded Ratebeer friends. The beers really aren’t great.