Denmark, at the same time, has an ancient history, pioneer culture, traditional crafts, trendy design... If you want to appreciate their charm, the best and easiest way is to visit museums. How could I miss visiting the Carlsberg Beer Museum? At that time, I happened to meet here to build roads. On the empty road, as long as I could catch people and ask for directions, I found the museum which entered through the back door. Through pictures, videos and real objects, it tells the history of the establishment and development of Carlsberg from the origin of beer. The text is Danish and English, so you need some basic English to understand. Gift two rolls, gift rolls and beer rolls. After visiting, you can enjoy them at the bar.
Sitting on No. 26 in the center of the city, you can visit Carlsberg Brewery. There is a large forest park near the brewery. It's also worth visiting. The Carlsberg Brewery is very large. In addition to the Carlsberg Tower in the distance, there is a large yard with a large laboratory. The place visitors visit is a courtyard and small building. Photographs of production and transportation equipment and scenes used before Carlsberg's development history are also displayed on modern production lines. The courtyard can be visited by coach. We exchanged Copenhagen cards for tickets. Each ticket had two free beer tickets. All kinds of beer or soft drinks can be selected by ticket in the open-air restaurant and upstairs restaurant in the exhibition room, bar and courtyard. The restaurant can also order. We ordered 70 Danish Lang for each piece of toasted sausage bread. The sausage is very good with fried garlic and bread. Talk to people in restaurants and bars upstairs. I see another brand in the exhibition is JACOBSEN. They explain that this brand is better than Carlsberg in quality and price. It mainly supplies the domestic market. Both major brands have many flavors of beer and are constantly developing new varieties, some close to the taste of champagne. The restaurant upstairs has sand power and TV billiards for rest. After seeing the statue of Mermaid Fish in the yard of Carlsberg, I learned that the son of Carlsberg's founder watched the first ballet "Daughter of the Sea" at the Royal Theatre more than a hundred years ago. I was moved to have funded the construction of the famous bronze statue of Danish Mermaid sitting at the seaside. Carlsberg Brewery has restaurants and Exhibition staff in the WI-FI area. It's very polite and it's worth visiting.
It takes about 20 minutes to get to Carlsberg by subway. It takes another 10 minutes to walk to the tourist center. It passes through the gate and the factory area finally reaches the visiting area. In the visiting area, you can see many interesting scenes. There are early beer-making machines, delivery vehicles, process and family history of Carlsberg, history of development. There are more than a dozen ponies in the stables, representing the early delivery of beer with ponies as tools. The Carlsberg Brewery was founded in 1847 and named after the owner's son. Now the main production base has moved to Fittlicia, Denmark, where it is only the company's headquarters. The garden in the visiting area has an open lounge where you can get two authentic Carlsberg beers by ticket or Copenhagen card. Sitting in the garden where various kinds of artistic sculptures are displayed, tasting good wine is also a rare experience.
Blessed are those who like beer. Copenhagen Card includes tickets here. The restaurant on the second floor is very large, and you can smell different flavors of beer when you enter the room that smells good. Sm&_8; rrebr&_8; d here is delicious! Each person can exchange tickets for two glasses of beer. The restaurant upstairs is made of glass beer cups and the downstairs is made of plastic cups. There is a small garden behind. There is a statue of the little mermaid. Don't think it's a imitation. The original statue of the little mermaid was sponsored by the son of Carlsberg's boss. On the way in, I saw the Carlsberg Research Center, a beautiful big house.
If a friend of Copenhagen Card is still very recommended, he can get an admission ticket after sweeping the staff with the two-dimensional code behind the card. There is a staircase beside the ticket, which is the starting point of the visit. There are two souvenirs under the ticket and a glass of beer. My favorite friends, especially those who have feelings for Carlsberg, can come and see. At the same time, this collection of wine bottles has won the Guinness record. It is also very good for my favorite friends to take pictures.
People who like beer must like it very much. It contains the brewing process of beer and beer collections all over the world. Of course, Chinese beer is also indispensable. Tickets include trial tickets, each person can try a beer and receive a small souvenir. There's also a gift shop in it. The service is more self-help.
Copenhagen Card is free of charge, with two drinks, Carlsberg beer, orange juice and cola. There is a carriage to sit around.
Traffic is inconvenient, but it's really a great experience. Tickets include a glass of beer. After visiting all the production processes, you can have a sip of Carlsberg at the bar. It's refreshing. Carlsberg's four elephant sculptures mean the founder's four children, two men and two women, but two died of illness. The founders erected sculptures in memory of them. There is a big hall where the family once had a banquet. The sculptures are all works of art collected in those years. They are very elegant and noble.
When I went there, I went in the wrong direction. Fortunately, I corrected it in time. When I came in, I didn't know why I didn't ask for a ticket. I went in to see it and drank a glass of beer recommended by my 500 DL wine seller. It was good! The restaurant on the second floor is very large, and you can smell different flavors of beer when you enter the room that smells good. Sm&_8; rrebr&_8; d here is delicious!
The Carlsberg Beer Center drank beer and met many fancy Carlsberg...