21 taps available, some of which are brewed on site. Some beers are served from bottles. There are also guest taps including alcohol free, wines, cocktails and some snacks. You’ll find an open view of brewing operations as you enter and more than 10 seats at the bar as well as many tables.
One of two, side by side, Mikkeller branded restaurants. This one provides an a la cart menu from which you may select 3, 5 or 7 pieces to construct your ideal breakfast.
I counted 20 taps, but the menu shows 24 which consist of 12 beers and 12 cocktails. Liquor available. The bar can seat maybe 10 and there are another 6 small tables and a few more stools by the entrance making this a small place even for Copenhagen.
This is the original Ghost Whale location in London which is an excellent bottle shop with limited seating where you can enjoy 8 rotating taps.
More than a convenience store but not quite a grocery store they have ice cream, bread, cheese and other perishable items but most relevant here, a significant focus on beer.
A local bar with regular specials and 10 taps, cocktails, encouraging shots. Located very close to Mikkeller and Friends Bottle Shop and Mikropolis.