Scandinavia Visit to Carlsberg Museum and old brewery

Discussion in 'Europe' started by patra7, Jul 12, 2012.

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  1. patra7

    patra7 Aspirant (204) Dec 30, 2005 Greece

    I hope this doesn't get me banned or anything :slight_smile:
    I recently visited Copenhagen for the 2nd time (great city!) and made it to the Carlsberg Museum and old brewery. Although I had a negative bias (and still do) against Carlsberg (Group) I can say that the visit is well worth your time. One of the most historic breweries in Europe (and the world), a nicely built museum with lots of different exhibits and a very nice "aroma bar", to train your senses (I think every brewery should try to have something like that). If you like reading the labels under museum exhibits I think 1.5 hour is the minimum to devote here - preferably 2+, if you count the 2 beers included in the admission price, shopping time etc.

    P.S. Should I delete this thread and repost the content at Beer Places in the old site?
  2. Kirk

    Kirk Initiate (0) May 16, 2005 United Kingdom (England)
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    i agreed its an excellent place, i only walked around the old building due to my love of architecture :slight_smile: the elephant bridge is truely a beautiful sight to the eyes
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