In my opinion The Globe is the best Irish bar in Copenhagen. It is hard to understand why, the drinks, décor and service are nothing special, you could even say that the drinks and ‘Irish pub’ décor are typical of its ilk. Service boarders on down-right depressing at times. But somehow the place grabs you and won’t let go. I could say it has to do with the authenticity of the pub culture demonstrated by the mostly authentic Irish staff. Brian the owner is obviously Irish and a big Liverpool fan too! Come and experience football here (especially when Liverpool are playing) on the big screen and assorted TV’s, packed like sardines in what is a big bar. Maybe it's the pub quizzes. It could be the food, standard pub fair but done really well! Mainly though I think it’s the people - there is always a mix of expats and locals and as in any good pub you get to know them.
There are lots of places to get a decent beer in Copenhagen, from bars to cafes, bodegas to basements, but there aren't many places with something other than Carlsberg and Tuborg on tap.
The Lord Nelson is a relatively new bar in a cosy basement on Hyskenstræde, just off Strøget. They have many different beers from micro-breweries all over Denmark, including dark and fruit beer. Definitely the place to go to break away from the city wide lager monopoly.
In a basement on Hyskenstræde, just off Strøget
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