Brænde-Stene is a free-standing dolmen chamber on the roadside of Silkeborgvej, west of Dalbyover in Jutland in Denmark. The large stone grave dates from the Neolithic around 3500–2800 BCE. The roughly northeast-southwest oriented rectangular chamber measures around 3.0 × 0.8 m inside. It is formed by a very long bearing stone in the south, one in the west and two in the north. One of them is long and protrudes from the chamber to the east and is a little tilted, while the second is smaller. The approximately 1.5 m high chamber is covered by a large, relatively flat capstone of 3.0 × 1.8 × 0.6 m, with a few bowls on the top.