Setting - 7 | Selection - 7 | Service - 7 | Food - | Value - 7 | Overall - 7
local stuff. They carry especially beers from Hammona, Kemker and Finne, but also from other (well-known) German micros, as well as some larger, classic brand from Bavaria and NRW. Additionally, classic Belgian beers are heavily represented: Saison Dupont, Duvel, Gouden Carolus or trappist beers but also a relatively large selection of lambics (3 Fonteinen, Boon, Lindemans). Really well-sorted, although with a focus on classics rather than fancy, modern brews. Decent prices, attentive and friendly staff, big enough parking area around the store. Definitely worth a visit when in town!
Setting - 8 | Selection - 8 | Service - 8 | Food - | Value - 5 | Overall - 7
Nice liquor store close to Esbjerg Bryghus. Focus is on liquor and maybe wine, but there is small corner with beer as well. Rather high quality, although not super rare or anything, but did find some Thomas Hardy for example. Rather pricy though, but the staff is very attentive and friendly. Good store overall.
Setting - 9 | Selection - 8 | Service - 9 | Food - | Value - 5 | Overall - 8
Really nice little spot in this rather generic pedestrian area. Went into the small shop at the street at first. Good selection of local beers, Danish beers and international goodies (KBS in several variants, some 3 Fointeinen, trappists etc.). Nice ambiance, super friendly and attentive staff. First and only real beer shop I saw in this western part of Denmark. The taproom is located further in the back and accessible via a gate into the courtyard. 'Typical' craft beer taproom, very appealing, relaxed amtosphere, cozy, slow rock music playing in the background. A dozen taps with half of them Esbjerg beers and half of them (inter)national stuff. Quite varied, from classic (Maisels Weiße) to modern. A must visit when in town.
Setting - 9 | Selection - 8 | Service - 8 | Food - | Value - 5 | Overall - 8
Great brewery taproom located on a lovely island in a beautiful town. It was super crowded on sunny summer day in early August. Hard times to find a table outside but we still managed to do so within reasonable time. I ordered a flight of five beers of 15 cl from the 15 (?!) taps. Quite expensive actually, and the bigger beers cost extra. Many bottled beers are available for takeaway. Not cheap either but also far from ordinary. Great to see the barrel room and the brewing kit while waiting in the queue. Firendly and knowledgeable staff despite so much work on that day. No food, although there is a food truck next to it and I tried the bakskuld as well. Worth a try! All in all, this was one of my most memorable brewery/taprooms experiences ever, although the beers were only decent but not great. The beatiful area is a plus.
Setting - 8 | Selection - 7 | Service - 9 | Food - | Value - 5 | Overall - 8
Super nice liquor store in the city centre. Looks like a very well-sorted place with great whisky and wine among others. There is also a small corner for beer with not only Danish but also many international breweries represented. Really good selection although without the big highlights. Very friendly, talkative and helpful staff, would always come back here. Prices are average I'd say, compared by Danish standards. Recommended!
Setting - 8 | Selection - 8 | Service - 8 | Food - | Value - 5 | Overall - 8
Medium-sized, old-fashioned looking liquor store in the city centre. About two shelves and a fridge full of beer, mainly Danish, of course, but also from Norway, Sweden, the US, UK or European countries. All in all high quality beers, no crap, lots of "big" beers. Apart from that, wine, spirits, candy and other stuff is available. Prices are very much on the high side. Friendly staff though, good service. Really worth a visit if you are in the area.