Nice vibe in the basement. Small number of seats at the bar but the service was very friendly and prompt. Gigantic selection of beers, some of which are extremely difficult to find. BUT, quite expensive which is a big downside that I cannot reflect in the score. Didn't order any food so I cannot comment on it. Would definitely recommend this place, but be weary of the price tag if you're looking to drink on the cheap.
A good bar to drink try some Mikkeller beers before moving onto other Danish brewers. We went early so was able to get seats, as it gets very crowded. A very good draft selection, 10 from Mikkeller & a number from De Dolle in Belgium. You can get 200 & 400ml glasses. Prices are very expensive even for Denmark. 400ml draft glasses of Mikkeller priced from 65kr to 95kr. The vibe is very good & the service reasonable.
Pretty much identical to the Mikkeller and Friends bar. Way too expensive. I get that it's Denmark, but still. There are far better options in the city. Super small pours. Lots of Mikkeller beers on tap. Just wasn't my thing.
One of the best beer bars to go: it's a small basement, and it gets crowded, so arrive early if you plan to sit down. Also, it's VERY loud, with music playing (good selection, though) and bad accoustics, I guess. But all the rest, just amazing: they have a vast selection of beers on tap (20, mostly Mikkeller, but some nice alternatives), for a fair price. The staff is very nice and talkative (as far as danish people go) and very knowledgeable. They also have a huge selection of bottles, from all around, although most are on the expensive side. Remarkable evening.
I try to come here every time I am in Copenhagen. It is small and cozy, the service is prompt/efficient but could cheer up a little, but they stand out by far in their beer selections. 20 great craft beer selections. I had some awesome samples from their spontan.... series here. The location is perfect. Downtown Copenhagen not far from the central station (Copenhagen H) and Tivoli. Therefore it is very easy to get here and back from almost anywhere including the airport.
Excellent bar with a decent location. 20 beers on tap and a huge bottle list. Was near my hotel so stopped in a few times. Service was great every time. At one visit every stool at the bar had an American sitting. Prices in line with everyone else. Does get very busy in the evening. A must visit.
March 2015. Pleasantly surprised to see open at 1 pm! Nearly empty and I grbbed seat at cool but small bar. Beatleguese for a start. Solid. Friendly bartemder. Nice list on tap and bottle list was mind blowing, including Fou Foune. Got a gratis Coffee IPA. Highly recommended.
What a day! Only a couple of hours left in Kobenhavn and I am trying to hit every major spot in town before we leave… Fermentoren before dinner, then a tasting menu at Relais and then back to the hotel. The wife and I make it back to the hotel and hurry to Mikkeller before they close, walking briskly through desolate streets filled with sex shops and questionable prostitutes.
Lucky me we make it right it at last call, and we are there during a “Black Night” event where every beer on tap was something exceptional, rare and barrel-aged. Call me lucky for once and again!
The list was seriously deadly impressive. They had Parabola, Dark Lord Vanilla, Cigar City Marshall Zhukov Rum Barrel, Mikkeller Vanilla Shake Bourbon, Mikkeller Black Grand Marnier Barrel, Texas Ranger Eagle Rare and more. They have 20 taps here, and on this dark night they were all taken by black-as-fuck brews. Fuck Yeah!
I ordered four of them and got two extra tastings to boot. The bartender was friendly and accommodating to my ordering so many beers at closing time (1 am for real?).
Prices were, as you can imagine, outrageous. I think I may have paid twenty-five bucks for that Dark Lord Vanilla, but hey. No regrets.
The only downside of this Mikkeller is the small size of the place and how crowded it can get. I liked Mikkeller & Friends better but would and will certainly return here when I’m back in Denmark.
From notes 2014 trip. Small cellar bar with equally small side dining/table room. Outstanding selection of Mikkeler; European and American brews across 20 taps. Americans that day were 3Floyds; Tired Hands and Surley. Food was excellent. Vibe was light, fun, happy, social... service at table was very good; people behind bar (especially Helga) were absolutely top notch; super friendly, helpful and knew their beers. Could not have had better time. I focused on the Spons and was glad I did; a few stout short pours filled out a great visit.
Where else in Denmark can you find Three Floyds?! I mean come on!
The inside is extremely cozy, with nice Danish wood stools and tables, filled with great looking patrons. Black and white tiles with great lighting make it look fantastic and a great inviting place.
The selection is great, which is heavily dominated by Mikkeller but you will not be disappointed in trying to find something to drink here to enjoy. The cherry wine is also a good cheap option as well. Speaking of prices, everything in this city is expensive so its all relative to what you are willing to pay. You will often run into foreigners here as well, and probably a good chance someone who works at a brewery as well.
Didn't have any of the Smorebrod, but boy it looked good too. A real fun stop.