The brewery and the beer

Products

Brekeriet beers are complex, rustic and often tart farmhouse ales with lots of flavors. They’re all fermented with the wild yeast strain Brettanomyces which gives the beer its unique characteristics. Often the beers are made even tastier with added fruits or berries in the secondary fermentation.

…nothing but natural ingredients and never any artificial nor natural flavorings…

Many of our beers are organic and all of them are vegan (except for B My Honey and B My Alphahoney in which we used local honey).

If you’re looking for a gluten free beer you should try our Pink Passion. It’s a sour ale fermented with passionfruit and hibiscus flowers. Every batch is lab tested to ensure that the gluten level is below 20ppm in the beer. Pink Passion will be released at Systembolaget in April 2018.

Capacity

With todays capacity we can produce 20hL per brew. Our fermentation capacity is 180hL divided over four 20hL and two 50hL stainless steel tanks. These tanks are used for wild beers fermented with a combination of saccharomyces and brettanomyces yeast.
Our capacity goal for 2017 is set to 2000hL.

In our second production area our fermentation is made solely in wooden oak barrels and oak casks. These vessels are used to produce sour beers which are fermented with both brettanomyces, saccharomyces and bacteria strains.
Our fermentation capacity on oak is around 330hL divided over barrels and foeders with sizes from 2 to 60hL.

Tastings

Do you want to try our beers together with friends or colleagues?
We’re cooperating with a true professional – Joakim Nilsson at About Beer. Joakim has been working in the brewing industry for 20 years and is an trained sommelier.
He arranges tastings in both open and private groups.

Please visit his website for contact and more info, About Beer.

Where to find our products

In Sweden our products are sold through our distributor Brill & Co and some of ours beers are available at Systembolaget. Click here to see which ones!

Our products are also exported and distributed to the following countries either through us or through Brill:

BelgiumBeergium
Bulgaria – Kanaal Ood
Canada, Alberta – Westbier
Canada, British Columbia 
Westbier
Canada, Ontario – The Craft Brand Co.
Canada, Québec – Office des Grands Crus

Denmark – Det Belgiske Hus
Finland – Pien
France – Donald’s Pub, Angers
GermanyBrausturm
GreeceCava Di Patsi
Hong Kong – Frantzens
Hungary – Csak a Jó Sör/Only Good Beer
Iceland – Jarn & Gler
Italy – Millesimi
Netherlands – Bierlijn
New Zealand – The Beer Jerk
Northern IrelandProhibition Drinks
NorwayPalmer
PolandSmak Piwa
RussiaMarket Beer
SchweizBeers’n’more
SerbiaKabinet
SingaporeApplehops
Slovenia – Hoppiness Beershop
SpainLa Black Flag
ThailandHopsession
United Kingdom – Bottle Shop
US Shelton Brothers

For a complete list of our beers, visit www.ratebeer.com.

6 thoughts on “The brewery and the beer

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  1. Hej. Har en fråga om lusse lelle. I flaskan finns det bottensats och undrar ska man skaka med den eller låta den vara i flaskan.
    Mvh Anneli

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    1. Hej. Det gör precis som du vill och har inte så mycket med smaken att göra utan mer hur du vill att drycken ska se ut.
      Vill du inte ha bottensatsen så kan du hälla ölen försiktigt i ett svep och vinkla tillbaka flaskan när du ser att bottensatsen börjar komma mot mynningen.
      Vill du däremot ha bottensatsen kan du vinkla flaskan upp och ner några gånger för att grumla till färgen.

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  2. Tack snälla för svaret. Systenbolaget visste inte svaret så kanske ni kunde informera dem också, så behöver ni inte få fler frågor om detta.

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