Browse Our Recommended Pubs
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Acts as a tap room for Wire Brewing
New bar (May 2018) specializing in sour and Belgian beers. Cask beers are lambics. Weekly events including open mike comedy (Danish and English) and live music.
Formerly Fox 'N Friends now tap room for Amager Bryghus. They still have guest beers at this point.
Cozy neighborhood bar. Smoking allowed.
Belgian and Danish beers.
Vinyl record shop and beer bar.
Mostly the usual German suspects but a couple of taps will rotate new German "Craft" beers. The place to go if you just have to have a Schneider Weisse...
Tiny brewery with a tasting room.
Friendly corner bar with decent selection of beers. Good mix of Danish and international beers. Bottle list includes a surprising number of lambics.
New (Summer 2019) corner pub with an excellent tap list.
Formerly Stout now the second location of Bootleggers
Connected to Næstved Bryghus which brews the house beers. Currently, strictly pay-as-you go (no running a tab) and no WiFi.
Brewpub that brews some interesting beers along with the usual brewpub standards.
Newly opened brewery and tap room for To Øl. Restaurant open daily from 5pm.
Fairly standard brewpub. Good food. Now merged with the neighboring restaurant A Hereford Beefstouw.
Corner pub on Blågårds square, it is a former pharmacy. Live music Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings from 9pm. Owned by a non-profit foundation.
Neighborhood pub right at the Amager end of the Langebro Bridge. Taps are a mix of Danish (include some macros), Belgian, American and Continental beers. No food but the Aristo restaurant across the way will deliver a gigantic burger.
Specializes in British cask ales, has Cask Marque accreditation.
Taproom for Christiania Bryghus. All of their beers are brewed with hemp
Serves beer from Bryggeriet Refsvindinge. Prices are very reasonable for Copenhagen.
As you would guess from the name, lots of Whisky, Whiskey and Beer.
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.
Cozy neighborhood bar with a decent selection of craft beers plus a few Belgian, German and US Imports.
Cosy cellar bar with Danish and international beers.
Interesting beers from around the world. Pizzas available from a nearby pizzeria
Cider bar and shop with 5 taps of Danish and imported cider.
Sports bar with craft beer.
The main reason this pub is listed is because I like the sign in front. So much that I use it has the title picture. The pub itself is a small, smokey local pub. They do have a couple of interesting beers and some worthwhile bottles. Right next to the main train station.
Restaurant with a beer emphasis. Some interesting taps and a good bottle selection.
Mikkeller owned Lambic and sour beer pub next to Mikkeller & Friends. An extensive selection of vintage Lambics.
Eclectic mix of mostly decent beers, with Danish craft beer among the 10 taps. Big selection of British and Belgian bottled beers.
Tap room for the Kølsters brewery. Sandwiches and other light snacks available. Name means "Twelve Taps."
A Mikkeller Taqueria -- the concept of Ramen to Biiru applied to Mexican street food.
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.
Twice the taps as the original Mikkeller Bar and maybe three times the space. Mikkeller beers and plenty of guests. The bottle shop is now a separate pub, Koelschip.
Small pub with a selection of Mikkeller beers plus guests.
The latest edition to the Mikkeller empire. Located in a warehouse in the former shipyard in Refshaleøen it is the home of their barrel aging projects.
Locals pub off the main street in the ground floor of an apartment block. Mostly Danish craft beer with the odd German and American beer in the mix.
Modern brewery/brewpub in old factory building with lots of exposed brick and steel beams. The new BRAW bar in the basement has beers from their experimental brand (BRAW) and some guests and is definitely worth a visit.
A stall (2E) in the Torvehallerne market
Small, cozy pub with an excellent selection of beer.
The "Beer Carpenter" was a brewpub but the brewery is now in another location and has become a sort of Co-op with many brewing companies using it. Lots of interesting beers. On Monday large beers are the price of a small.
Narrow bar with a great beer selection. Across from Orsted Park
Tap room for the brewery.
Japanese Ramen bar transported to Copenhagen by Mikkeller.
The original Mikkeller Ramen bar. Has to be seen, cannot be described. Very close to 1420 Bar.
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.
Restaurant at the former site of Noma (and René Redzepi, the chef at Noma is a partner). Eclectic tap list and an excellent selection of Lambic’s in bottles.. Surcharge for paying with credit card.
Irish bar with a wide range of O'hara's beers on tap and some Irish craft beer in bottles.
New pub with a lot of taps and some good people behind it. Beer are a mix of Danish and quality international beers.
Friendly lakefront basement bar, sister pub to Østed Ølbar
A "Nordic Beer Bar" that have beers from Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Sampler of any 5 beers for DKK 100
New (Summer 2019) craft beer bar in Frederiksberg.
Copenhagen's first "mega-tap" Fantastic selection of beer, both Danish and international. Happy hour specials and now serving some sandwiches.
Dive bar with decent (but not great) beer selection. Seven taps are rotating guests.
Three Floyd's & Mikkeller joint venture brewery. Six house beers and 14 guests, mostly Mikkeller and 3 Floyds. Food is Texas style BBQ