Camons (833) Hasselager, Denmark | October 17, 2018| Updated October 18, 2018
Small bar kindof hidden in a back street. Old furniture, old wood, tiles on the floor. Kindof liked it, nasty unisex restroom tho, im happy i didnt take my wife here. 10 tap's with a mix french micro and some imported stuff, Kernel, Fanø etc at my visit. Good service and prices. Some bottles aswell, but i didnt pay much attention to them.
Small, dark, dive bar. Decent selection of beers on tap, including French micros and some Belgain beers. Only a couple customers when I was there, but it was a bit quiet. Seems they have a nice selection of bottles too.
Open late, and during the French Summer HOLIDAYS while others don't. But selection on tap is small and so does the bottle list. That’s the only major negative, beside the fact that some of the staff tends to talk to me like I’m a complete idiot.
Tiny bar with nice vibes, hard rock/stoner music, and vibrant atmosphere. Poor selection concerning the variety of beer styles and a bit pricy. A bit noisy and dirty, but if you like the underground loud rock scene, the ambiance it’s nice.
Arrived at 5 PM on a Saturday, which is their official opening time, but the bar was closed. After this bad start and going to the main street for a cup of coffee, we came back and they had just opened. The place is small and dark with some of the most depressing music playing that I had ever heard. Some mre people shoed up and the place livened up a bit. Had two okay French beers on tap and had a free sample of a third, before buying a bottle to go. The bottle list is actually pretty good with reasonable prices, especially for lambics, and they allow you to buy them and take them out. After a pretty sahky start, the experience turned out okay.