Drinking and nightlife in Northern Jutland

  • Nightlife in Aalborg

    Irish House

    It’s almost too beautiful a setting in which to get sloshed. Inside a 17th-century building loaded with timber carvings and stained glass, this cheerful pub offers live music Thursday to Saturday, big-screen sports, cheap pub grub (Irish stew, beef-and-Guinness pie) and a big range of beers.

  • Nightlife in Aalborg

    Wharf

    Beer-lovers' heaven, this surprising slice of the UK in deepest Jutland is dedicated to cask ale and serves up to 70 different British, Belgian, Danish, Irish and German beers the length of its capacious bar. Pub food is served weekdays until 7.30pm.

  • Nightlife in Aalborg

    Søgaards Bryghus

    Every Danish town worth its salt has a microbrewery, and Aalborg’s is a cracker. With loads of outdoor seating and a long meaty menu of beer accompaniments, you could easily lose an afternoon sampling Søgaard's impressive array of brews. The attached Missing Bell Brewpub has 24 beers on tap.

  • Nightlife in Skagen

    Skagen Bryghus

    Lots of summertime live music, a snack-worthy menu and a big beer garden make this microbrewery an ideal spot for a lazy afternoon. Sample your way through the beer varieties, starting with the award-winning Drachmann pilsner.