Brewpub. A very modern looking pub, not unlike what Yngwie describes as McDonalds :o). Their beers are of seriously varying quality, usually you should be lucky to get something good. Their food is okay, but Sct. Clemens makes better food, even though it’s the same owner.
The interior makes me think of a mix between a McDonalds restaurant and a roadside cafe from the 80’s, but it doesn’t look bad, just a bit outdated. There are only three beers available, which is a bit few if you’re going to pair them with the food. I didn’t eat there though. Not too impressed with the service either, but if in Copenhagen, and with enough time, one should visit. (071006)
Not really my place this. Located in a touristic area, which make things not nicer. We had a cheese plate and some beers. Cheese was okay, beers were less interesting. Not really a cosey ambiance in here.
Very touristy spot with the prices to go with it, pints above 60kr. Thy had 3 beers when I was there, which seems to be better than average. Rather ordinary beers. A bit over the top touristy atmosphere with many people coming in and out for a minute due to the modern glass interior, but that does not quite make you want to stay longer. Straightforward service.
First brewpub in CPH, this side of 1900.Touristplace and not a must for the beerhunter. Has new brew on every onth, so beergeeks go there anyway ;)
faroeviking (132) Citizen above universe pendejo, Faroe Islands | February 7, 2007| Updated September 27, 2007
The beers are not that tasty but some can be good. Good food though. Very open space and plenty of big roof and side windows. Ok friendly staff but some of them need to be taught better how to give good customer service. I prefer their food rather than their beer.