For 125 years, the buildings that now house Nyborg Destilleri were workshops for Danish State Railway freight trains. Here, at the very heart of the kingdom of Denmark, intrepid men kept Denmark running.
When the Great Belt Bridge opened, the workshop shut down its entire 4,000-m2 facility, and for more than 13 years everything stagnated and fell into disrepair.
Until 2017, the workshops were like some sort of lifeless colossus, separating the Knudshoved district from the rest of Nyborg. In 2011, Nicolai and Niels Rømer set out to change all that, and today the area is one of the most sought-after in Nyborg.