A visit to the Carlsberg Museum is a must for all beer enthusiasts with an interest in brewing history. The visitors centre (where you can exchange your vouchers into Jacobsen beers) is an extra bonus.
On the outskirts of town, but we felt that it was a must visit. The brewery tour was very interesting. We attended a beer tasting session too as well as getting our two free beers each from the tour. The Jacobsen Brewhouse and bar was a large room with lots of tables and slouch areas. It overlooks the bottling plant. Brewing memorabilia dotted around the room. There was a long queue for the bar all time we were there. It was Easter Sunday though.
Visited an historical site nearby, so thought I would give this a try. Wasnt in my opinion as bad as the reviews. They tried to make it enjoyable. Yes, the beers are mediocre. Had a small flight of Jacobsen beers that were OK. Had a sandwich that was decent. Service was friendly. If passing by, stop in for a few minutes.
Lokal przy browarze. O ile przy samym wejściu do muzeum leją jedno rozwodnione ciemne piwo, o tyle już w lokalu, umieszczonym na piętrze, jest bodajże z 5 rodzajów normalnego lanego plus jeszcze kilka butelkowych. Ceny, jak to wiadomo w Danii...
Obsługa nie nadąża z rozlewaniem, były ledwo dwie babki na barze. Na stolikach brudne szklanki i talerze, bo nie ma kto sprzątać. Turyści z całego świata, wiec głośno. Lokal zatem tylko przy okazji wizyty w browarze, który jest sam - jako muzeum, ciekawy.
Took the brewery tour and two beers come with the entry fee. The tour itself is self paced but there is really one room with information about Carlberg. They also have a portion of the worlds largest bottle collection on display. There is a tap room that does serve food but I did not have any. The dude serving the entry beer was friendly and gave me a little history of the beer I asked for. The service in the tap room wasnt so great. Still worth a visit if you are close and have nothing else to do.