Carlsberg Brewery (Copenhagen)

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There are many reasons to visit the Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen:

There are many reasons to visit the Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen:

A) You consider beer as “art” so visiting the old brewery is like going to the MOMA.
B) You want to know the difference between all Carlsberg beers. In that case the brewery is the best option, there you’ll learn the different flavours and tastes you could find in their beers, and a detailed description of each one.
C) You have visited other famous breweries around the world (Heineken in Amsterdam, Guinness in Dublin, Brooklyn Lager…) so you need to visit it.
D) Copenhagen is an expensive city, where a beer costs 7 €. The ticket for the brewery costs 6 €… You can visit it and at the end you have 2 beers for free!

For me the 4 options were true, so you need to find yours!

written by minicooper on 2008-11-03 in #world #locations #famous-brewery #beer #expensive-city #art

4 Comments

  1. deff1
    deff1 ·

    Great Pictures. " Probably the best lager in the World".

  2. noodleey
    noodleey ·

    Copenhagen is not that expensive if you just know where to drink ! ( :

  3. nanuth
    nanuth ·

    i was there, i had a good time and two strong beers ! nice text!

  4. marcel2cv
    marcel2cv ·

    Damn, all 4 options for me, too... Need to go there!

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