En gammeldags ølpuhser og et perfekt sted å handle spennende øl til rimelige priser, men jeg registerer at bredden i utvlaget har svunnet hen de siste årene, og hyllene er ofte halvtomme. Men hvis du vil ha deg noen gode, kolde øl har han mange i sine kjøleskap, og der er alltid plas på noen av benkene langs kanalen. Et sted jeg alltid er innom når jeg er i Dronningens by, dvs. 5-6 ganger i året, og jeg går aldri skuffet ut derfra.
As a am a bit new on this site i have not been to many beer dealers but this one i found by chance, got a few beer and will be back for more. A nice little store with a fearly modest selection of beers.
About 140 bottled beers on the shelves, some of which in fridges. Madjority of the beer is Danish but they do have a nice selection from other countries as well. You will also find a few glasses. Do not expect to find really rare beers or that the staff will know a lot about beer. Nice location as it is easy to find. The shop is combined with a kiosk where you can buy a good deal of other stuff.
This shop has a nice, old fashioned, well-worn frontage in a prime location at the end of Gammel Strand, on the corner of Nabolos. There are two small rooms with a storeroom at the back. It sells mainly beer but also has a stand of postcards outside, where the shopkeeper can sometimes be seen sitting on a chair sunning himself.
There’s a reasonable selection of beers (but not as good as that in Barley Wine, which is close by), including Jacobsen and some more “populist” brands such as South American and Spanish lagers of the Sol and Coronas varieties – the rubbish unenlightened teenagers used to drink with a piece of lime stuck in the top of the bottle before the advent of alcopops. Some are clearly priced and some are not.
I felt a little uncomfortable when I went in as the aforementioned shopkeeper followed me around quite conspicuously until I stepped backwards into the table and crates in the middle of the room to get a better look at something on a high shelf and scared him off. Funny, I’d have stayed around if I knew someone as clumsy as me was blundering around my shop. I mentioned this incident to Patrik later and he told me he’d had a similar experience (being followed, not almost knocking over the display).
Feeling self conscious and wanting to prove that I was there to shop, not to shoplift, I bought a bottle of Midtfyns stout for DKK60 and was rather miffed subsequently when I saw it in Magasin for DKK45.
(Visited 28 May 2011).
not far from the closet that is barley wine this slightly larger shop has mainly danish brews (last time I was there a couple brewdogs were visible, too), but it’s a nice shop and there’s always new stuff on the shelves