Visited during CBC 2015. A small place with limited openings hours. I am quite interested of Norwegian beers so the selection was good, I found 4 new ones from Nøgne Ø and a couple from Haandbryggeriet. The service was friendly and the location very good, just on the other side of the street from Mikkeller Bar.
Visited in Jan 2014. It’s a small and naked shop, with a small selection of bottles, but many good ones, when I visited they had many Nøgne Ø. They have the business advantage of being a few meters from Mikkeller Bar.
Bottle shop right near the Viktoriagade Mikkeller pub. Apparently this place used to be named the norwegian beershop, but features now a lot of interesting (and some really hard to get) brews from all over northern europe (sweden, norway, finland). Lots of nice Nögnes, interesting stuff from sweden too. Small place, but super friendly service. You can ask for a plastic pint and that the teller should open your bottle for you, if you aim to consume the beer right away.
deeblo (74) NYC, New York | May 11, 2014| Updated May 20, 2014
Small beer shop just down the street from Mikkeller Bar. Lots of Nøgne Ø, Haand, and other Norwegian breweries. Plenty of beers I hadn’t seen elsewhere. Prices were decent for Copenhagen but great for Norwegian beers. The staff here are fantastic. Really friendly and helpful. They gave free samples of a beer on tap and also allowed us to open a bottle to drink outside while providing glasses for us.
Cool little bottle shop promoting beers from all the Nordic countries, about 150 variants. I have never before seen a larger selection of beers from Nøgne Ø, and I even found some that I hadn’t tasted before. Very friendly prices for a Norwegian. Smiling and knowledgeable service the Danish girl behind the counter. Located next to Mikkeller Bar in Viktoriagade (visited 30.04.2014).