Taste beer with history, see the Carlsberg founder’s elegant villa, which is usually not available to the public, or join a historical dinner. In connection with this year's Golden Days festival in September, Visit Carlsberg focuses on forgotten or hidden, but absolutely not boring, stories.
Taste beer with history
Every day during the several weeks long festival period, you can join a historical beer tasting at Visit Carlsberg. Here our beer experts offer cold beer and warm-blooded stories about business adventures that did not always end up as expected - for example, about Carl Jacobsen's introduction of India Pale Ale on the Danish market, which became a success 100 years later.
Experience one of Carlsberg's beautiful villas
The impressive villa built by Carlsberg founder J. C. Jacobsen for his family in 1854 belongs amongst Copenhagen's architectural treasures. Beautiful stucco ceilings, murals and columned conservatory, "Pompeii", exude style and atmosphere. The villa was intended for J. C. Jacobsen's luxurious dinner parties, the gathering point for both the cultural elite of the time and businessmen. If you don’t hesitate too long, you can secure tickets to get behind the scenes of J.C. Jacobsen's stylish house.
Historical dinner in J.C. Jacobsen's private villa
One of the highlights is a historic dinner where you can taste in the 19th century. Laura Jacobsen was in the shadow of her busy husband J.C. Jacobsen, also called the brewer, but when preparing large dinner parties she shone. Our chefs have composed a dinner based on her cookbook from 1859 consisting of, among other things, lamb with chestnuts, baked mont d'Dor cheese and "Pineapple Modern" with an accompanying beer menu. The dinner is served in the brewer's impressive villa.
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8 - 23 September
From 80 DKKBuy Ticket