12-place dark wood bar with dark brown leather bar stools. No foot rail. 2 6-tap towers. Palm brewing system in basement level. Flat-bottom fermenters makes yeast harvesting challenging. Happy-hour seven days a week from 16-18 hours. Restrooms downstairs with no elevator and no door on men’s room.
Entry area with bar to right side and tall tables to left. Brewhouse at front. Back room and loft-level with tables and booths and sofas. All non-smoking! Silent 42: TVs with Engligh-language pop music on the stereo at conversation level.
Convenient location to city center and busses/trams. Mostly pleasant staff who admit that living wages paid negate the concern for tips for job performance.
Pub food menu. Beers at Kr 55/0.5L
kermis (551) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | July 18, 2016
Big bar well on the tourist path, nice enough looking place but really just a place for a flying visit to get a flight and tick them off quickly with like minded Ratebeer friends. The beers really aren’t great.
Visited mid afternoon on Easter Monday and we were the only people in there. The barman was knowledgeable about the beers, but unfortunately most of the beers were horrible. Only the wheat beer was vaguely drinkable. Glad we only bought a flight. Been there, ticked the beers, won’t be going back.
Friday night: crowded, no flights, beer served in Tuborg plastic glass. Anything positive to say? Yes, there was great live music and a lively atmosphere. Saturday afternoon: hardly any customers inside, Happy Hour from 16.00-18.00 and most important to me: 5 x 10 cl for 35 kroner. A bargain! (normal price is 65 kroner) Great beers? Not at all, but five new beers!
(Visited September 18th and 19th 2015)
Looks like a posh British pub. Nice wooden interior with some hunting trophies on the wall.
Located just opposite from Tivoli and not far from central staion.
A bit high prices and not actually that good beer.
But well worth a visit. You can get some small tasters instead of a pint of everyone :-D
This place is not right opposite the entrance to Tivoli but 200 metres or so toward the Radhus next to Burger King. We thought the beers were appalling. No taste and there seemed no discernable difference between two types that we had. Compared to other places visited in Copenhagen this was the worst
Rather nice grand café meets copper laden ’bruin café’. Decent, though quite unspectacular brews from tap. For the tickets among us it’s a drawback that’s it isn’t possible to have taster- or small glasses, 1/2L glasses only. In itself not a bad place though.