Visited several times, cosy, friendly place for a pistop :-) Being in the citycenter it can be a problem to park close by, but with just a short walk it will be ok. Great atmosphere in this old, townpub, not very spacy, so at times it can feel very busy. Nice selection of beers, friendly staff and most times the beers are served in good condition. For sure worth a try if you are in the area.
Crowded bar in an old building by the pedestrian street. Fairly crowded at our visit a friday afternoon, but we still managed to get a place to sit. 20 taps including 2 cask beers, some local, ugly duck, indslev, some international, Omnipollo, Thornbridge, Weird Beard, etc. Fairly good selection across styles. Some nice bottles aswell. Fast service, slightly high prices.
Best pub in Odense and one of the best outside of Copenhagen. 20 taps with most rotating and always beers from the best breweries in Denmark - Mikkeller , To Øl, Amager and Beer Here. Moet of the times 1/4 of the beers are from the above mentioned. Very friendly service and most of the times very knowledgeable. The challange for C4 is to serve their beer fresh. Often you get old keg beers or Cask Ales. A shame.
Cozy bar with very nice and knowledgeable service. They have a lovely and rotating selection on tap, however their bottle selection is very limited. Good prices.
A revisit nine months later shows mostly new beers on tap, however they were the same as elsewhere in the country, and the bottle list is still very limited. The two casks on were some of the usual suspects. Service was top notch though. I appreciate an honest person not afraid of admitting when some of his beers are not good.
A very cozy pub well hidden in the center of Odense. A nice selection of beers, both Danish microbrews and British beers with rotation casks. But they rarely stock anything I haven’t tried before - I think I’ve only managed to get a couple of ratings in more than half a dozen visits. The service is friendly and laid back compared to Copenhagen.
What Bickle said. I visited with chris _o and his wife, august 2005. Cosy pub, quite small. Good selection for its size, and for being in Denmark.
Benzai (275) Oirschot, THE NETHERLANDS, Netherlands | September 2, 2013
Located in the city center it’s easy to find. The place may look as if it’s closed, but don’t let that closed door fool you. Inside there’s plenty of room to sit down at the bar or at a table. Place has an agreement with two restaurants across the street where you can get food for take away which you can then eat at the bar. Surprisingly enough the man behind the counter -Thomas- speaks Dutch! Not just Dutch, but English, Russian, Danish and German as well! Impressive! About 20 beers on tap and 20 on bottle. We had a very good time here. Will certainly go back there if I’m around. Recommend!
Located in a quite back lane in the very centre of Odense, this cozy quality pub offers a perfect refuge to a tourist, far from the madding crowd (and yet so close). I visited it with Christian on a quiet, early Sunday afternoon, which was most possibly the reason why we accounted for 50% for all the guests. The staff are knowledgeable and very friendly and service-minded. The selection on tap is really impressive for a Danish pub outside the capital. Among some twenty taps there I saw (and tasted) delicious brews like Evil Twin Imperial Biscotti Break and Crouch Vale Amarillo (on cask!). The prices are not exactly low, but, to be fair, there is no reason why very good beer should be sold below its value. I will definitely visit the place again next time I am in Odense.