Busy and clearly popular Brauhaus, with a friendly welcome and hospitable atmosphere. Just serves the one regular beer - which was good - and then occasional specials and a couple of bottles Food looked very good. Sells home produced mustard too. Worth a visit.
saxo (209) Højbjerg, Aarhus, Denmark | March 17, 2017
Nice brewpub, but only one beer on tap. Occasionally though they have a specialty beer on. They have their own mustard mill and sell six different mustards as well. Nice view of their copper kettles too. Lots of locals herehaving lunch when I visited.
A quite nicely located brewery with a big Biergarten (atleast Summertime) and some places to sit inside as well. Service was a bit dull, and beers we’re not served in anything smaller than 0,40 litres (even though I saw some leaflets on the tables stating also smaller amounts were to be gotten). Food (Bratwurst"roll") was really tasty though. Seemed to be popular among older people, some families and a whole lot of Motorcyclists.
Late afternoon 30th Dec 2011: last opening until 1st Feb 2012, they close for a month every Jan. They keep serving until the beer runs out on this last opening of the year: only one beer on tap, their regular blonde as they’d run down their other beers already.
This is a smart, new looking, modern brewpub with the brew kit in pride of place to your right as you walk into the large two storey open plan bar/brewery. It’s in the middle of wine growing country, not far from the Luxembourg border (where we’d come from) and well worth being driven too!
The design although modern and airy is prone to high levels of customer noise because upstairs opens out above you and the conversations just fall down on to you, with what seems like enhanced acoustics and on my visit the place was filling up with noisy people.
The food looked good but we’d already eaten so didn’t have anything.
Nice area - relaxing place. Limited seating inside but a large outdoor area. Menu is kind of limited with just regional fair. Still a good stop, and like Bierkrug said, you can drop the wife off at Villeroy and Boch and drink to forget how much she is spending.