The bar with the unpronounceable name Rbabarrab Ølbar is a fun place with often changing craft beer. It was started ny the next door grocery and beer shop KIHOSKH. The décor at Rbabarrab is colorful and playful with happy vibes.
In rustic premises from 1796, you will find Peders – Pisserendens beer cellar. The place it characterized by Danish hygge (coziness), the music being on vinyl and most important, the owner’s love for Danish microbrew.
Centrally located by Nørreport Station, and overlooking the Torvehallerne, you can enjoy a good hand-brewed beer at Bootleggers. A rustic charm characterizes the pub with wooden furniture, candleholders and candles.
The Black Swan attracts both locals and guests from elsewhere. It is a quaint little bar that is specialized in beers from Danish microbreweries. In addition, the bar boasts an impressive selection of quality whiskies and rums.
BrewPub Copenhagen is an innovative microbrewery, situated in a 17th century building just off the main square (Rådhuspladsen). Enjoy a meal at the restaurant or just relax with a beer in the brewery courtyard.
The family owned Jernbanecaféen is a traditional Danish pub with many regulars as well as visitors from far away. The bar’s decor is festive as well as cozy and changes after the holidays. The bar offers live music weekly.
If you are into organic beer, beer brewed on hay, or beer with flavors of smoke, Fermentoren is the right place. Here the tenders know all about the beer. The good spirit is to be found at the bar or in the comfy sofas in the corner.
Obviously, Kennedy’s serves Irish beer, but there are also other foreign and Danish beers to choose from. Many of guests gather to watch football, rugby, or handball on the TV, o to participate in a pub quiz.
At Café Obelix the locals meet throughout the day and evening for a chat in the delightfully decorated rooms. In the warm season, you can watch the urban life of Vesterbro in the square just outside the cafe.
The Shamrock Inn is the oldest Irish pub in town and apart from Irish beer there are also many other foreign and Danish beers to choose from. Often the atmosphere is emphasized by authentic, live Irish music.
There is much to discover at Blågårds Apotek. There is live music on Fridays and Saturdays and the place also serves as a gallery with changing exhibitions. Café Blågårds Apotek offer many unconventional beers.
The taps at Ølbaren are regularly changed and it is easy to find a brew that you have not tried before. This is where you come to get thorough guidance from the knowledgeable tenderers and a good beer experience.
The beer at Kølsters Tolv Haner is organically produced and they grow their own grain and hops. A Nordic taste is obtained through additions such as spruce, pine, and juniper. Light snacks are available.
Gaarden & Gaden has a focus on ecology and sustainability. The beer in the taps is replaced weekly, and you can accompany them with a snack from the kitchen. The café regularly offers live music and DJs. Please note: The café is closed during the mo...