Vinyl record shop and beer bar.
Brewpub that brews some interesting beers along with the usual brewpub standards.
Serves beer from Bryggeriet Refsvindinge. Prices are very reasonable for Copenhagen.
Small cozy basement bar not far from the main train station. About 2/3 of the beers are Danish, the rest are mostly quality beers from Germany and Belgium.
Cosy cellar bar with Danish and international beers.
Cider bar and shop with 5 taps of Danish and imported cider.
Second location of Mikkerller's version of a taqueria
Despite it's name the Lord Nelson specializes in Danish beer. Nelson shelled Copenhagen and destroyed the Danish fleet in the harbor. Sort of like opening a pub called the General Sherman in Savannah, Georgia. Allows smoking but non-smoking on Monday and Friday before 10pm.
Small pub with a selection of Mikkeller beers plus guests.
A stall (2E) in the Torvehallerne market
Japanese Ramen bar transported to Copenhagen by Mikkeller.
Coffee shop with 15 taps of good beer. Food is pizza and sandwiches. Affiliated with the Kihoskh store next door which has an amazing bottle shop.
New pub with a lot of taps and some good people behind it. Beer are a mix of Danish and quality international beers.
Copenhagen's first "mega-tap" Fantastic selection of beer, both Danish and international. Happy hour specials and now serving some sandwiches.
Three Floyd's & Mikkeller joint venture brewery. Six house beers and 14 guests, mostly Mikkeller and 3 Floyds. Food is Texas style BBQ