Nice cafe with good outdoor seatings. 20 taps (9 microes) mostly Herslev, Skands and flying couch. Nothing rare couldnt find one new tick. Apr 30 bottles mainly belgians: Chimay, Duvel etc. Only large draughts and prices not very public.
Bartof is becoming our favourite weekend after-dinner music and beer joint. Easy to get to by Metro, great ambiance in the small room, good jazz, country or similar music and a good selection of beer as far as I am concerned - bottled as well as on tap, with regulars as well as guest beers. Reasonable prices also a positive though there is also the cost of the concert on weekends. Havn’t tried the food yet. Stable cafe-offering but sounds OK.
A small, cosy café/bar in the Frederiksberg neighborhood with a charming interior with lots of art/antiques/junk (choose yourself). A good view at the busy street. Weekly concerts mainly focused on jazz and blues. As far as beers goes this place would be great a few years ago. However, as a beer geek there are more intriguing alternatives today in Copenhagen. Selection on tap are the usual Carlsbergs, a few Skands, Herslev. Some easily accessible Belgian, English and Czech beers as well. Samples are offered without asking. The food are good without beeing outstanding. Go here for ambiance and music. Ekstra credits for the small room where you can browse through LPs for sale.
A hidden gem among local pubs in Copenhagen. Interior is very cosily decorated with lots of nooks and crannies, comfy chairs and a good view of the busy street. In one corner you can browse and buy vintage vinyl records. The place has live music on a weekly basis. On tap the offer is limited to a few offerings from decent micro Herslev and a few czech beers supplemented by some guest appearances and the usual macro beer. On bottle I’d estimate they have around 20 beers with an emphasis on Belgium but also featuring the occasional interesting stuff from places like Nøgne Ø, Harviestoun, Maui Brewing and others. Prices for the draught beer are not unreasonable but they rise rapidly for the bottled beers. For example I ended up paying around 9 euro for a 33 cl bottle of Harviestoun Ola Dubh 18 years. However, the ambience combined with the selection makes it a worthy visit if you’re looking for a place that puts an emphasis on cosiness but also ensures that the selection cannot be faulted.
Quite cozy local place with an ok but not exceptionel or hard to get selection of Belgian beers and a tap selection of Herslev, Skands and the usual Carlsberg shite. Some staff are quite knowledgable, others not.
Small bar/cafe, sometimes with music. In the summer it is possible to sit outside.
The have some special beers and local brews on tap but not an impressive selection.
The food they serve is typical "bar food", but it taste great.
Overall a nice place if you are in that area of town.
Small cafe with nice dark decor. Good but not rare Danish micros on tap. Nice selection of bottled beers, none of them hard to get though. Food is OK and so are the prices. Staff does not know much about the beer. In the summer you can sit outside. Often concerts.
In recent years they kinda beeing sloppy serving in ordinary pint-glasses.They carry a good selection of Herslevbeers on tap but otherwise the selection has declined a bit. Food served are good pubfood,
All in all a very nice and charming place where you can sit outside in the summer.Rather pricey though.