The Best Bars in Copenhagen

Aleta Fimbres 29/06/2016

The Holiday Taxis team love Copenhagen and what to share our top tips for your next visit.


The Danish city of Copenhagen boasts a vibrant nightlife scene that comes complete with cool bars in just about every style imaginable. Visitors who like to enjoy a drink or two while exploring all that Copenhagen has to offer are sure to be in their element. Here is a selection of some of the best bars in Copenhagen that are just waiting to be visited.

This rustic bar boats its own onsite brewery, so beer lovers can be sure that they will be in for a real treat. The bar features a total of 28 taps that showcase some of the finest offerings from To Øl brewery including the special Berry White beer with its surprisingly soft texture. BRUS has been established in a converted iron foundry and provides plenty of character and quirky touches, while the bar is also known for its excellent cuisine.

Set in the heart of the downtown district, this cosy bar is set beneath an elegant restaurant, meaning that good eats are only a few steps away. There is lots of great beer on tap ranging from leading beers in Denmark to top Australian tipples. Visitors will want to make sure that they sample the house ale, which is called The Convict and has been created to go particularly well with food.

This is one of the hottest bars in Copenhagen right now and boasts an American feel that really makes it stand out from the crowd. Visitors take a seat at one of the long picnic tables and take their pick from a whole host of ales serves with classic American dishes such as the hearty Texas BBQ. WarPigs has earned a strong reputation over the years for its friendly service and large portions and with twenty different kinds of beer to choose from on tap there is certainly plenty to keep beer lovers interested here.

The name of this bar translates as Kingdom of Heaven and beer drinkers could easily be forgiven for feeling like they have just stepped into heaven itself. while the décor is rather rough and ready, the setting provides the perfect backdrop to sit and sip pints of beer that hail from as far away as the US and the Czech Republic, while those who are in search of a real beer adventure are sure to enjoy working their way through the extensive bottled beer menu that includes the unique Blåbær wild blueberry ale and Crooked Stave from the USA.

People who are looking for a more traditional European atmosphere are sure to love the hops on the walls and ceramic jugs that can be found gracing the bar at Koelschip. The highlight is on quality Belgian beer and Belgian cuisine and there are four different Belgian beers to choose from on tap as well as a huge fridge groaning under the weight of bottled beer. The food also highlights the unique flavour of Belgian beer and the signature dish here is Pottekeis, which is a type of a cheese spread that is made with gueuze ale.


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