yespr (44) Copenhagen O, Denmark | December 7, 2008
The main bar for RBians in Copenhagen. The turn-around on rare danish micros has dropped a bit during the last year, but has been replaced by a better quality selection of beer on tap. Bottle selection is a bit too identical to what you find the stores. But Göller beers are exclusive to this place in Copenhagen. Hoppy hour before 20 on weekdays, large beer at the price of a small. Nice atmosphere, friendly and knowledgeable staff - especially on Tuesdays. Huge thanks to the owners and barmanager to let us have our tastings here!
Cosy small bar, with 22 well-selected choices of beers on tap - both classics as Schlenkerla Märzen and smaller microbreweries. Also a good bottle selection. Friendly staff and nice atmosphere, with Chet Baker as background music.
Doesn’t benefit from location ’cool’ and aesthetic smarts like Mikkeller and Fermentor and might suffer a little in comparison. List is very solid and the venue finds plenty of favour with a mixed crowd. If you are ticking venues then yes well worth a look but IMHO there are better picks around town.
A small and unpretentious bar in the hip Elmegade of Nørrebro. Neither the tap or bottle lists are more flashy than the bar itself, but seems carefully curated, and there’s always something new and interesting available. Being quite small, the place gets easily packed, but always maintains a laid back atmosphere. The staff is very service minded, and eager to help or discuss the choices available. Still one of the top spots in the city.