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BRUS | To Øl | Copenhagen (DK) | By Lee Fleming

As fond admirers of Danish craft brewers To Øl we're excited for our next Scandinavian tour to see their latest venture named BRUS (Named after the sparkling quality that liquid obtains when carbonated) in the fresh. BRUS combines brewing, dining and shopping under one roof in a former iron factory in the city’s multi-cultural Nørrebro neighbourhood, a beer enthusiasts dream we know.

Cleverly laid out in zones while maintaining an open plan feel the 750m2 space sees a centrally-located bar offering 33 taps alongside guest craft beers from he world’s best brewers. The in-house Restaurant Spontan is led by Denmark’s youngest Michelin-starred chef, Christian Gadient who serves up modern French, new Nordic- and Asian-informed dishes.

The industrial interior is a nod to the spaces past as a iron factory but offers a sense of warmth and comfort thanks to the oak tree nine metre-long bar, restaurant tables, lounge booths and stools. The bar area features fixtures and fittings straight from beer production to give a sense of being behind-the-scenes; 70 oak barrels are set up in the very centre of the building to store all of To Øl’s barrel-aged beer while three fermentation tanks with capacity of 19.000 liters are brewing in the back of the pub.

For more information on Brus check out their website.