Having followed this forum for a while and enjoyed all the great knowledge, I thought it was time to contribute a bit myself. I will try to keep this guide updated (and extend it). Also, feel free to PM me for Copenhagen tips and tricks. Introduction: The Copenhagen beer scene has developed immensely over the last 10 years with a number of world class bars opening up. In the last few years the expansion of Mikkeller has set a big mark on the city with the opening of about 8 locations (bars, restaurants and bottle shops) in the city. However, a few other world class beer bars (besides Mikkeller’s) are scattered around the city so hop on a bike (as we do in Copenhagen) and try them out. Since the beginning of the 2000’s Denmark has seen an explosion in the number of breweries (and contract brewers) from less than 30 to more than 150. Many of them have had international success including Mikkeller, To Øl and Amager Bryghus. Of the lesser (internationally) known breweries I recommend trying brews from Hornbeer (does a lot of different styles very well), Beer Here (allround contract brewery with some great hoppy beers), Dry & Bitter (lots of cask and sour stuff), Rocket Brewing (brett beers) and Flying Couch (great IPA’s).