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Bryggeriet Apollo

Hours Open:
Monday:
10.00 to 24.00
Tuesday:
10.00 to 24.00
Wednesday:
10.00 to 24.00
Thursday:
10.00 to 24.00
Friday:
10.00 to 01:30
Saturday:
10.00 to 01:30
Sunday:
10.00 to 24.00

About Bryggeriet Apollo

20170302_181313The Bryggeriet Apollo or Applo Brewery is located in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is located at A Hereford Beefstouw Vesterbrogade 3 Ved Tivoli 1620 København V. The Apollo is the oldest and first brewpub in Copenhagen. The large old copper kettles are located right in the middle of the building and are pretty hard to miss.

Bryggeriet Apollo Hours

The kitchen is closed between the hours of 16:00 and 17:00.

  • Monday: 10.00 to 24.00
  • Tuesday: 10.00 to 24.00
  • Wednesday: 10.00 to 24.00
  • Thursday: 10.00 to 24.00
  • Friday: 10.00 to 01:30
  • Saturday: 10.00 to 01:30
  • Sunday: 10.00 to 24.00

Bryggeriet Apollo Brewpub Review

Rarely do I get food at a brewpub but after a red eye flight, a brewery tour, some cab rides, another brewpub for drinks it was certainly time to eat. And eat we did. The steaks we got were really good, the service overall was great, and the two beers I tried weren’t bad.

The vibe of the place was really relaxed and open – honestly I didn’t expect the steaks and menu based on the looks of the place. However even with it being full it wasn’t super loud and was a great experience for my first meal in Copenhagen.

Bryggeriet Apollo Beer Review

Since we ended up having dinner I didn’t get to try too many beers.

  • Pilsner – So many Pilsners in Europe!
  • Maj Bock – Pretty decent beer. Went well with the steak.

Bryggeriet Apollo Brewery Tour Review

One of the servers was told I was an American that really liked beer and checking out breweries. This awesome server dropped everything and gave us a quick 10 minute tour of just about everything downstairs. From the kettles to the holding tanks to yeah, the maze of small rooms in the basement that make up the brewery, we saw it all [3/2/2017].

His knowledge of what everything was, the history of the building and brewery and all the other random questions we threw at him was beyond impressive. So for a 10 or so minute tour we covered a ton, not that the basement area is all that big but still.

So can you get a tour? No idea honestly. Maybe if you get lucky and its not too busy someone may sneak you down for a quick peak around. There is a really awesome private party room in the basement so just hope that there isn’t something going on when you visit as I imagine that will hurt your chances even more.