BRUS (meaning ¨fizzy¨ in Danish) stands at the corner of an inner street in Nørrebro, Copenhagen. The brewpub, from Danish brewery To Øl, resides in a neighborhood where kebab shops, smoky pubs (what locals call bodegas) and vintage thrift stores stand side-by-side. The entrance of the building (an old locomotive factory) is jampacked with bicycles... View Article
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How did you get into your brewing career? It started when I was only 16 or 17, in our equivalent of high school. I was very interested in chemistry, and I’d already decided that I wanted to do something professionally that had to do with chemistry.
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Though it was bragging rights that first enticed me to head to the Norwegian town of Tromsø to whet my whistle at the northernmost brewery in the world, my tune soon changed. Here in these arctic climes, getting the low-down on this beer-biased nation’s attitudes is all a part of the social call.
Full Pints - Learn Beer - Styles - Styles Features January 1, 2003 - Gregg Glaser
Denmark may be a land of lager, but paradoxically it’s also the land from which the word “ale” made its way into the English language. The route was explained by Niels Buchwald, the head brewer for Ceres, a brewery located in Denmark’s second largest city, Århus.