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Copenhagen’s Brus is a bar, restaurant and microbrewery that’s broadening horizons for craft brewing, and putting fizz back into the city’s food and drink scene.

Named for the Danish word for the sparkle a liquid takes on when it becomes carbonated, Brus—one of Copenhagen’s hottest new spots—is located in the lively Nørrebro neighborhood. Inside, you’ll find a bar, restaurant, microbrewery and shop serving take-away coffees and all the wares of a local providore. The huge space—in a converted locomotive factory—offers a unique food and drink experience for Copenhagen’s residents and visitors alike.

The express goal of Brus is to take the craft beer ethos and apply it to a range of different beverages; the founders believe in the potential for artisan-quality sodas and soft drinks. And you’ll be seated right among the many fermentation tanks that are stocked with small batches of beer, as well as boutique soft drinks. Brus’ fizzy drinks will satisfy even the most sophisticated of palates.

Tapperiet Brus
Guldbergsgade 29F
2200 København N
Denmark

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