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.
Brewpub/party place right opposite of the Tivoli in Copenhagen. I liked the interiour/fell of the place- steampunky elements (could easily fit into the next bioshock), but overall sort of an american interpretation of an European pub. Their own brews were crap (dull & watery), and you won’t find much more than that, beer-wise (carlsberg), but there’s a 5-piece sampler which is fun & cheap, so you don’t have to leave waste too much. With live music and a good sized drink- list, it’s mainly a party place that happen to brew.
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.
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.
A busy place, situated in the verybcentre of Copenhagen. The staff were friendly enough to sell me their samples after the due time. Deafaening music (luve and decent, though) and an atmosphere of hectic life of the capital. A good place to stop by, just to taste the rather unimpressive beer. Nothing more than that.
Beer in sampler (5 x 10 cl) were cheap (55 kr) and just ok if even that. Same ones in taps? just in one size (50 cl). Food was okish. If you wan’t to tick those five ones just take the sampler but for great beer experience go to somewhere else...
12-place dark wood bar with dark brown leather bar stools. No foot rail. 2 6-tap towers. Palm brewing system in basement level. Flat-bottom fermenters makes yeast harvesting challenging. Happy-hour seven days a week from 16-18 hours. Restrooms downstairs with no elevator and no door on men’s room.
Entry area with bar to right side and tall tables to left. Brewhouse at front. Back room and loft-level with tables and booths and sofas. All non-smoking! Silent 42: TVs with Engligh-language pop music on the stereo at conversation level.
Convenient location to city center and busses/trams. Mostly pleasant staff who admit that living wages paid negate the concern for tips for job performance.
Pub food menu. Beers at Kr 55/0.5L
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.
Located opposite Tivoli. Beers are poor to shocking. Friendly staff, nice pub interior with polished brass bar pumps and comfortable seating. The main deficiency is the beer. they advertise a 5 beer taster, but only brewed 4 the time I visited, so they give you a glass of Carlsberg, hardly an endorsement of their brewing.