Jan 22: There’s a new Blondette in town!

It’s been a couple of years since we released this elegant and complex beauty the last time, but now it’s here to stay.

Blondette is a blend of organic wort fermented and aged for more than a year in both bourbon barrels and wine foeders.

Available at Systembolaget from April and onwards 🙌🏻

Jan 2: 2019, here we come!

New year and new exciting things to look forward to!

The brewery is still closed for the holidays but on Monday we’re back in business as usual and January is packed with fun things;

– A new beer, Mimosa, is going into bottles and kegs. Hint: it’s a Mimosa inspired sour ale! 🥂

– A “clean” fruit beer will be transferred from barrels to a fermenter after four months of barrel aging. These non-sour barrels will then be refilled with three other beers for further aging. 🍒

– Our new gluten-free gose with cucumber, Slice & Dice, will be packaged. 🥒

– We will install a new labeler and conveyer belt as a part of our goal to be more effective. 🎰

– This years Cassis will be packaged. 🍇

We’re excited and we hope you are too!

2019, here we come!

Photo credit: The Beertrekker

Apr 18: Lucifer

Some of you might have heard about our saffron beer Lusse Lelle. It was a pretty nice beer to enjoy during the Christmas holidays but we really felt that it could be a drink to enjoy even in the Swedish summer heat.

Because of that, we put a poll out on our Instagram story to ask you guys whether we should do another saffron beer. The answer was unanimous, so we brewed a beer with saffron and passionfruit.

We can’t wait to see the reactions on this tropic punch with saffron.

Beware! Lucifer is coming*! 😈

*Available only in yellow. Mainly on kegs. Not at Systembolaget.

Jan 26: Vild Collab

The last illustration in our Vild series is finally done!

This label will make all of the Vild collab bottles look pretty. First out, the Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co collab we made last May, with a release in a couple of months. Wait for it!

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