Week 17 - Beers, festivals and stuff going on

Last Friday we pre-released one of our new Cellar Series beers on Katarina Ölkafé. Barrel-Aged Hallonsour is a Berliner Weisse aged in Champagne barrels for nine months and further three months with organic raspberries. A more funky and complexed version of our regular Hallonsour and one of the beers we're bringing to some of the up-coming beer festivals.

Another beer we just laid our hands on is the Saison with oysters and kombu we did with Brew By Numbers. The 75cl bottles arrived yesterday and we're really siked.

First out is the Tallin Craft Beer Weekend, 5-6th of May. The festival is organized by Pohjala Brewery and the biggest craft beer festival in the Baltic region. The weekend after that it's time for the new version of CBC which now is called Mikkeller Beer Celebration, 12-13th of May. And last but not least, Stockholm Brewers Festival Katarina Kegger, 2nd-3rd of June. Really looking forwards to attend all of these. Buy your tickets now and join us for some awesome beer celebrations!i

This Friday the brewpub is open as usual and Katarina Ölkafé are cooking some delicious smoked and stout-braised brisket. Veggie alternative is grilled sweet potatoes with honey and goat cheese. We also have some great posters of our labels made by Marcus Gunnar Pettersson left so kill no less than three birds with one stone and get your Friday beers, food and posters at the brewery!

Barrel-Aged Hallonsour

Barrel-Aged Hallonsour

Mikkeller Beer Celebration

Mikkeller Beer Celebration

Saison Oyster & Kombu

Saison Oyster & Kombu

Tallin Craft Beer W

Tallin Craft Beer W

Stockholm Brewers Festival

Stockholm Brewers Festival

Week 15 - What we do

Last Friday we kept the brewpub closed because of the terrible attack on our hometown. Our thoughts and sympathies goes out to all the families and loved ones of those who have been a part of this tragedy. We're proud of the way that the people of Stockholm stayed calm and opened their homes to help their fellow citizens #openstockholm. Now we go back to live our lives as normal as possible.

This week we're doing some day-to-day work in the brewery, driving the draft, bottling the Besserweisser and brewing more of the Hallon Sour. Meanwhile our own Tomas (the one with the beard) is brewing with Other Half on the other side of the Atlantic. Can't wait to find out what they're up to over there! He promised to keep us updated on Instagram so we'll just have to wait and see.

This weekend we're celebrating Easter on various places in the world so no brewpub this week but we'll be back again next week, 21st April, with Whitmans Deli and of course some awesome beer.

Good day to you all!

Driving Draft

Driving Draft

Hallo Sour in making

Hallo Sour in making

Week 14 - Beef, beers and beats

Firstly, thanks to everyone who came to the brewpub on Friday when we raised 600 dollars for People Like Us Brewery in Denmark, which will be staffed by people with autism and people with other vulnerabilities. 

Mimmi, Olly and Michel cooked up a storm with the centrepiece being a Beef Anything But Bourguignon (ten different red wines, none from Burgundy) Liene (Olly's better half) provided a Moroccan lentil stew as a veggie option (thanks babe!)

This was made possible thanks to kind donations from our trade customers who donated ingredients and positive vibes. Thanks to Christian and the team at Fotografiska, Chris at Whitmans Deli, Göran and team at Svartengrens, the Urban Deli Nytorget massive and last but definitely not least, the Beatles butcher boys at Lennart Och Bror for that kick ass aged Chump steak! Also great thanks to Bageri Petrus for the wonderful bread to soak up the juices.

The guys at People Like Us were super happy and it feels really nice to be able to support fellow brewers a bit.

Some of you may have tried the test batch on the opening of the brewpub this year but now the real deal is out and it's tasting even better. A Berliner Weisse, 3,5%, with flowery Bolivian coffee from Drop Coffee and just a bit dry hopped. We will bottle it on Wednesday so keep an eye out for it at bars, restaurants and folkölsbutiker.

Brewpub this week is with our friends and neighbours from Hummus Reggev. For those of you who haven't yet been to their place, go! It's on Ringvägen 145, they're making the best hummus and soon they're opening a new place downtown.

We'll also be pouring some of our beers, including the new Drop Coffee Sour, at the Friday after work at Urban Deli Nytorget with lovely Johanna and her staff. Come and meet us there or pop down to the brewery or do both!

Have a good week!

Week 11 - New record night at the brewpub

Last Friday the queue to the bar was half way through the brewery. So nice to see so many of you and please come again and bring your friends. The more the merrier! Brewpub again this Friday with food from Katarina Ölkafé.

Some of you may have tasted our new One off beer Fatöl at the Brewpub. It's a beer that is halfway between a lager and an ale, brewed with a clean ale yeast and fermented at a lower temperature than a conventional ale for a more crisp and clean flavour. It is hopped with classic German hops varieties and designed to pair effortlessly with food. The beer was brewed with Mathias Dahlgrens new vegetarian restaurant Rutabaga in mind and it's also one of the places you can find the beer in.

We're also glad to announce that spring is coming and we're making Hallon Sour again! 

Have a great week!

Uploaded by Mirjam Pettersson on 2017-03-15.

Week 10 - COFFEE SOUR IN MAKING

What a great start for Nedward and Saison de Brett the Elder at Systembolaget last Friday! Thanks to all of you who bought the beers. They sold out pretty fast in the webshop but there are still some bottles left in the wine specialist shops in Stockholm and Malmö. We're aiming to brew more of the Cellar Series beers. The brewers love to brew them and we love to drink them, it's as simple as that!

This week we're brewing a big batch of Coffee Sour, the beer we did a test batch of a few weeks ago. It's a kettle sour beer with lots of coffee both in the masch, in the boil and in the lagering tanks. We use a Bolivian coffee from Drop coffee called Rodriguez, with sweet floral ands citrusy flavour which works really well in this sour beer. Yesterday Johanna and Lisa from Drop Coffee were here, delivering the coffee and tasting the pilot beer which they liked a lot. The beer will be ready in about four weeks and out in pubs and restaurants in Stockholm, keep an eye out for it.

Last but not least, thanks to Reggev Hummus for the food last week and thanks to all of you who came and hung out. This Friday Jonna from Eat with Jonna is bringing her tasty smörrebröd down to the brewery. Doors open from 17-21, welcome!

Bolivian coffee Rodriguez

Johanna and Lisa delivering c

Rodriguez from Drop Coffee

Soon to be Coffee Sour

Week 9 - New website and new releases at Systembolaget

Welcome to our new website!! Here you can find more information about us, our beers, collaborations, events etc. We also have a calender where you can check all the dates the brewpub is open this spring and under News you'll find this news letter. We hope you'll like it and that you'll find all the information that you need.

Over 10 000 visitors at Uppsala Beer & Whisky last weekend! Thanks for a great festival and thanks to all of you who came to see us.

It's been a while since we released something at Systembolagets limited release but this Friday we're launching no less than two beers. One of them is Nedward, which we have talked about quite a lot the last few weeks (but it is that good!). It's a Flanders Red with Raspberries, aged in Champagne barrels for 12 month and then further aged for three month with organic raspberries. A sweet/sour beer with a big raspberry aroma. The other is Saison de Brett the Elder, a Saison brewed with elderflower that we picked in parks around the brewery, aged with Brettanomyces yeast for a year. Expect funk, acidity and flowery goodness! We're only releasing 500 bottles of each beer so don't wait too long to get yours. The release is this Friday (3/3) in Systembolagets wine specialist shops and in the webshop.

Nedward

Nedward

Saison de Brett the Elder

Saison de Brett the Elder

The brewpub is back this week and with the guys from Reggev Hummus serving us their delicious food. Nedward and Saison de Brett the Elder will of course be available to taste, as will the last bottles of Stockholm Noir. Hope to see you there! Doors open from 17-21.

Week 8 - London trip

Drink fresh Hop Hound on tap straight from the Brewery!

Drink fresh Hop Hound on tap straight from the Brewery!

If you didn't know we have a big tank down in the brewery which goes straight up, through the walls and the ceiling to BrewDog Bar Södermalm. Since one week ago it's filled again with a fresh batch of our light and citrusy session IPA Hop Hound. If you haven't been, go! There's great beer, lovely staff and often a lot of cute puppies.

After an busy weekend in London, the team is finally back, tired but happy. The Five Go To Beavertown Brewery was a success. Many thanks to our pals at Beavertown for hosting us at their 5th Birthday Party, along with Lost and Grounded BrewersDry & Bitter Brewing Company40FT Brewery and Basqueland Brewing Project. It was a blast, such fun!
Sunday was spent doing 'consumer research' at the Old Fountain and The Wenlock Arms, where real cask ale ruled.
Monday saw the team descend on brilliant London brewsters Brew By Numbers, led by Dave and Tom. Together with our Tom, they had come up with a oyster, kombu seaweed, corainder and salt gose recipe! It's gonna be epic. Thanks to the whole team at BBNO.

Coming up this Friday and Saturday is the Uppsala Beer & Whisky Festival at Fyrishov. A selection of great Swedish breweries, producers and suppliers. Join us there. Due to the Uppsala festival we're keeping the brewpub closed this week but in March we're open every week.

Five Go To Beavertown I

Brewing at Brewing By Numbers

Dave at BBNO.

Five Go To Beavertown II

The Wenlock Arms, London

Some salty Seaweed that went in todays brew. 

Week 7 - Rocky, Beavertown and Brew By Numbers

Thanks to Spritmuseum and Martin Kellerman for a nice collaboration. The Rocky Saison is now available at Spritmuseum and only at Spritmuseum so I suggest that you pop by and try the beer and have a look at the fantastic Rocky exhibition.

The new brew kit is working as it should, keeping our brewers jolly and happy. And soon they will be in London celebrating Beavertown's fifth birthday! If you recall, our head brewer Tom went there in November and brewed a brett IPA with lots of US hops and dry hopped with Nelson Sauvin and Hallertauer Blanc. This one, and four other beers will be released at the Five Go To Beavertown on Saturday. We're happy to be a part of the celebrations of this great, innovative brewery.

Whilst in London we're doing another collaboration, this time with Brew By Numbers. Find out more about this on Monday.

No brewpub this week or next week because of the Five Go To Beavertown and Uppsala Beer and Whisky Festival. Back again on the 3rd of February. Have a great Valentine's Day and be nice to your loved ones.

Mimmi and Maria at Spritmuseum

Mimmi and Maria at Spritmuseum

Week 6 - New brew kit

New brewkit!

New brewkit!

What a nice surprise to find the new (old) brew house installed and ready to use in the brewery this morning. We've taken over Beerblioteks old 1000 liters brew kit. No more quadruple brewing to fill the tanks! We're very eager to try it out and get it up and running.

Tomorrow we're having a beer tasting in Cosmopolite in Hornstull. We'll be talking about and tasting our IPA, Hop Hound and the Råg Saison. Come join us! Tuesday 7/2 at 19.00, Cosmopolite at Långholmsgatan 28.

Great first Brewpub of the year last week. Thanks to Alessandro at Katarina Ölkafé for the delicious food and thanks to Albin for the fantastic new beer Coffee Sour.

Brewpub again this Friday with food from Whitmans Deli, Chili Con Carne and grilled sandwiches.

Have a great week!

Week 5 - The brewpub is back!

Many thanks to Nöjesguidens Ölmässa for e great beer festival last weekend. This week we're opening the doors to the Brewpub again. Our friends at Katarina Ölkafé will stand for the food and we'll be pouring you the freshest Södermalm IPA Simcoe ever, amongst others beers of course.

As we wrote earlier we're aiming to have the pub open every Friday except for when we're away at festivals or when it's a holiday. Check the calender for more brewpub dates!

We're really looking forward to celebrate Friday After Work with you again so spread the word to your nearest and dearest and come down to the brewery and enjoy the food, the beers and the company.

AW bryggpub

AW bryggpub