Cosy place. Have some great bottle beers, some more rare than others. I have been exposed to that they lacked glasses, got my gueuze served in a lager glass, bummer
Yorker (28) Holstebro, Denmark | April 4, 2012| Updated September 26, 2012
Basically a student bar located in the cellar of one of the university’s buildings (but open for everyone). Very cosy place. Some of the staff are very knowledgeable when it comes to beer - some aren’t. Only bottled beer but the selection is pretty huge (probably the best in Århus) with a surprising number of rare stuff. The prices are very reasonable and on saturdays between 20 and 21 there’s 50% off on all beers - and then you’ll certainly get a lot of good beer for a small amount of money.
They have a good selection of world class American beers along with a small but good selection of lambics. They have lots of more common beers as well for those who prefer that. Friendly staff. Can get somewhat crowded.
No beers on tap, and that’s about it for the negativity.
Bottle beers, from the most boring, manestream lagers, to the biggest, blackest stouts. From "Carlsberg" to "De Molen" to "Great Divide". Nice selection.
As this is a student bar, the prices are very good. Also, they have "Happy hour" one a week, where the beers are better priced than in the shops.
Nice public student bar. Only bottled beers but a very large number of them. They have world calls beer from US, belgium and Denmark. Check out there happy hour, then the prices are lower than in shops! Some of the staff knows about beer.
A highly recommendable place for beer geeks in search of a good time. The selection could easily change a bit more often, but is still vast enough to be interesting for even very regular customers. Avoid their student priced soups.