Mikkeller & Friends

Copenhagen, Denmark

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Opening Times

Monday
1400 - 0000
Tuesday
1400 - 0000
Wednesday
1400 - 0000
Thursday
1400 - 0000
Friday
1400 - 0200
Saturday
1200 - 0200
Sunday
1400 - 0000

Address

Stefansgade 35 kldExternal-link

2200 Copenhagen N

What's on tap

1

Vesterbro Spontanale

2

Do Stuff Together

3

Nørrebro Wit

4

Nørrebro IPA

5

Nørrebro Pilsner

6

Frank the Tank

7

Henry & His Sisters

8

Blow Out

9

Peter, Pale and Mary Gluten Free

10

Lux Prima

11

3Hops

12

Maisel's Weisse Original

13

Uus Maailm

14

I Wish Gluten Free IPA

15

Drink'in Passion Berliner

16

Up All Night

17

Spontancarrot

18

Jacobs Hage

19

Stolen Fruit, Blue Berries

20

Are You Shore?

21

Pale Ale Wai-iti Taiheke Simcoe

22

Aerial.City

23

Brutiful Day

24

Pintle Pale Ale - Citra & Cascade

25

Hazesan Allihops

26

Green Gold

27

A Patient Man

28

West Coast IPA

29

K:rlek Höst/vinter (2019)

30

Shivering

31

Juicy Julehygge Klementine IPA

32

Kæk

33

Beer Geek Brunch Imperial Oatmeal Stout Brewed With Coffee

34

Hip-Hop

35

3 Bean Stout

36

Black

37

Beer Geek Cocoa Shake

38

BPAVK: Marshmallow

39

House of Dongo

What is Mikkeller & Friends?

First there was one, then there were two: the global expansion of Mikkeller began on Stefansgade when we opened our second bar in Copenhagen. From the beginnings in Vesterbro, we turned our eyes towards Nørrebro, another of Copenhagen's vibrant neighborhoods. Whereas our first bar focuses mainly on our own beers, Mikkeller & Friends highlights what's in its name: our friends. We doubled the amount of taps, going from 20 to 40, which made it possible to broaden our focus. This means that we always carry a wide selection of Mikkeller beers on tap as well as a rotating stock of guest beers from around the world.

In March of 2013 it became official: Mikkeller had now doubled its number of locations. Additionally, with this second location, we decided to open a bottle shop in the adjoining space. The shop soon outgrew the space, and before long it left the nest for a permanent location in the local food court, Torvehallerne.

In the bottle shop's place, we opened Koelschip, a traditional Belgian lambic bar focusing exclusively on the specific type of sour beer the Belgians have made world-famous. To this day, Koelschip and “Friends” (as it's affectionately known) work with and alongside each other, despite their drastically different atmospheres and points of focus.

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