A touristy pub obviously, but I didn’t find the look/atmosphere that bad. The waitress was friendly and efficient. They only have one size of beer, for 55 Danish crowns, which pretty much put me off from getting more than one of their beers, which was a wheat and was nice (though hardly a stunner). So, going just in and out for a single beer I missed most things that people had complained about and my experience wifh this place isn’t all that bad, except for the expensive one size thing.
Nice dark pub with live music. However, the staff do not know much about the beers. Tasted five thin samples and two big beers. For some reason it is not possible to buy small beers. Visit Bryggeriet Apollo on the other side of the street or Brewpub in Vestergade instead and you will taste much better beers.
rosenbergh (741) Tampere, Finland | February 18, 2010| Updated November 18, 2011
Had a breakfast here (actually without knowing it was Vesterbro Bryghus). After that visited The Old English Pub next door and had some Vesterbro brews to get impression. Quite big place but not very cozy or authentic.
Another visit to this place. Eating again. Ordered beer tasting (5 samples) and got Vesterbro Blond Lager, Amber Lager, Julebryg and India Pale Ale and CARLSBERG. Food was good beer wasn’t.
Pub is located on several different floors, and looks rather clean. That’s pretty much all the good things that could be said about this place. Service is quite sucky. During EBF2008 they refused to sell me a sampler of their beers as one of the five own was run out of. So they would only sell 0.33 minimum (or was it 0.4). This visit in June they supposedly had five beers, so I had a sampler. Just to find out they were out of the wheat beer, so the fifth beer was Carlsberg... which actually was the only beer in the sampler without shitloads of butter and diacetyl. I felt the beers at this place have gone down from EBF2008, when I had given quite high numbers to some of their beers. Not worth going to for good beer if they continue like this... But if you’re up for the ticks, good luck with getting a sampler... oh and they didn’t tell it was carlsberg in the fifth until asking what that is, since it was clearly not their own beer (nor wheatbeer). Might pop in in the future to see if there’s anything new, but not really a prioritised place.
Nice looking dark Briltish Pub with a long bar, a good looking restaurebt abd a lovely room downstaisrs. Too bad that the service is awful, beers mediocre and the food expensensive and not at all "the tlalk of the town"l. Nice street locations. All in all the worst tourist trap in Copenhagen.
Visited the lastest time on July 11, 2009. They opened late during the summer, so hit several other places first, didn’t arrive at the brewpub until well after they stop selling their sample plate, which was at 10 or 10.30 pm. The nice girl behind the bar got us the plate anyway though, very nice service for that. Had 4 beers in when we visited, all of which was fairly boring. Lon gbar in the upstairs room, nice cellar space as well. Haven’t tried eating.
Not a great locale, amongst the trashy tourist stuff around Tivoli. Making an effort to educate with tasting trays however. Not much I’d rush back for, but on the quiet afternoon we visiting the staff were pleasant and reasonably informed about what each beer was.
The brewpub has a quite nice interior, with a cellar that one can easily get lost in, trying to find the toilets. The beers are bland, and the service isn’t the best. I got my beers rather quickly, but it seems the waitors got tired after that, because the three or four people arriving just after me had to wait for ages before they got anything, even though several waitors noticed them and even talked to them. A tourist trap only worth visiting if you’re not too fond of beer, or if you’re a ticker.