According to this list:
We Danes drink more than you pesky Germans
Pure alcohol consumption: 11.5 litres per capita per year
Beer consumption: 89.9 litres per capita per year
96% of 15-year-old Danes consider themselves drinkers, making Denmark a definite must in our list of top 10 drinking countries. This frightening statistic suggests that, like many northern European countries, Denmark has a fairly relaxed attitude vis-à-vis booze. They boast the lowest prices in Scandinavia, a fact that brings Swedes over by the boatload. Denmark also has a plethora of watering hole options. There are vinstues, which are old and traditional wine rooms. There are vaertshus, which tend to be seedy, grimy, dimly-lit, and smoke-filled dens. There are bodegas, which are French-style cafés, and kaffebars, where you can eat greasy food and drink by the bottle.
White lager, Tuborg are popular, Carlsberg is the ubiquitous brands. Probably.