Pubs in Indre By
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Friendly corner bar with decent selection of beers. Good mix of Danish and international beers. Bottle list includes a surprising number of lambics.
Brewpub that brews some interesting beers along with the usual brewpub standards.
Fairly standard brewpub. Good food. Now merged with the neighboring restaurant A Hereford Beefstouw.
Specializes in British cask ales, has Cask Marque accreditation.
Upscale restaurant with some decent beer. Lots of beers from the contract brewer Kissmeyer.
New (May 2018) coffee and beer bar. Menu is limited to some sandwiches and snacks.
Cosy cellar bar with Danish and international beers.
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.
Open March thru September.. Somewhat sparse Mikkeller branding compared to their other locations. Shares building (and kitchen?) with the Standard restaurant.
A stall (2E) in the Torvehallerne market
Narrow bar with a great beer selection. Across from Orsted Park
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.
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.