Need to quench your thirst the Danish way? Then find your way into one of the city’s many bars, breweries or restaurants where you will find great Danish beer.
Denmark is famous worldwide for Tuborg and Carlsberg, but the two pilsners are far from the only possibility. Micro breweries have become widely popular throughout the country, and this has made quite an impact on the selection.
From Apollo Brewery next to Tivoli, to Nørrebro Bryghus in charming Ryesgade, and BrewPub right in the city centre, there are plenty of opportunities to quench your thirst with a glass of cold Danish hops.
Copenhagen also has its own Beer Festival.
Andy's Bar on Gothersgade in Copenhagen gives you a real pub atmosphere with a jukebox and cheap beer.
Bartof Café is a relaxed live-music café with high-spirited patrons and great beer.
23.May.2013 - 25.May.2013
Experience the festive Beer Festival in Copenhagen.The Beer Festival is open to anyone who wants to learn more about beer tasting, new beers or just want have a pleasant experience beyond the ordinary.
Bishop's Arms in Copenhagen is the place to meet over a beer and a meal in a cozy English pub environment.
Borgerbroen offers a diverse crowd of Copenhageners, cheap beer and a talk with the owner in the heart of Copenhagen.
South of Copenhagen and located in the middle of Køge Harbour is Braunstein Brewery that offers beer and whiskey.
Bryggeri Skovlyst is situated in the middle of a forrest. Here you can choose from eight different homebrewed beers, and a menu full of delicious courses.
Brewpub has no less than 11 draught taps with ale flowing directly from the brewery’s storage vats but beers from other microbreweries as well as imported quality beers are also served.
Bryggeriet Apollo is a restaurant with in-house brewery right next to Tivoli.
Midtown Café Bar is located in the heart of Copenhagen. The place is both a café and a cocktail bar, and are you into sports, you can watch football on a big screen.
Café Snork is a nice little café in Vesterbro in Copenhagen.
Support Danish Red Cross while you drink cheap fair trade coffee and eat organic food at Café Zusammen.
Den Tatoverede Enke (the tattooed widow) is found in Boltens Gård, quite inconspicuous, but no one is in doupt that this is the place for Belgian beer.In the bar are 16 taps and more than 100 different kinds of bottled beer. Upstairs is the Belg...
You will find locally produced beers at Halsnæs Brewery at Hundested Harbour. Besides beers you can also get a bite to eat. And you will often find music and other events at this place as well.
Harbo Bar is located in the hip area on Nørrebro and has become a popular hangout for many Copenhageners.
The popular Mikkeller on Vesterbro is getting a baby brother on Nørrebro. A brother that is three times as big and offers up to 40 different kinds of draft beer.
The newest and most exclusive beer bar in town with rare beer from their own brewery as well as foreign.
Freshly brewed beer from the microbrewery, classic lunches and gourmet dinners are some of features at Nørrebro Bryghus, which also has become Denmark's first CO2-neutral brewery.
Meet cool Copenhageners, have a sip of a delicious cup of coffee and check out the cute heart garlands hanging from the ceiling.
Looking for a place to watch the match? A cheap beer, or just a place to relax Aussie style? Then head to Southern Cross in the middle of the city.
Streckers has five special beers that are brewed from traditional Austrian recipes and served at long bar, which stretches through most of the room. On the basement you will find a restaurant with an open grill and a beer-seasoned menu. In 2010 they opened a salon on the first floor.
The Globe right by Nørreport St. brings authentic Irish pub atmosphere to Copenhagen.Every other Thursday is quiz night and most sporting events are shown on the big screen.
Carlsberg is among the largest tourist attractions in Copenhagen and now you have the opportunity to get closer to the roots of Carlsberg, the history and the beer.
At Ølbaren (øl is beer in Danish) a great effort is put into offering the guests a wide and large selection of beer brands.Although open for all, Ølbaren especially attracts beer-enthusiasts of all ages. You cannot order Danish classics such as Ca...
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