Brewery Updates, Sockerbruket Sours

Hello from CBC, more sours to the people and getting to name your own beer – Weekly Update

Since we were home brewers, and even through the start of our own brewery, we always had a dream of being invited to the Copenhagen Beer Celebration. Well that dream has finally come true. We’re currently serving beer at the 2016 festival.

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A blessing cause you get to create some beers you’ve only dreamt of, and a curse because you just never seem to find the time.

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We’ve now released our very own sour beer from our Sockerbruket Brewery, called “Sour Berry Quite Contrary”. It won a bronze medal at the Gothenburg Beer and Whisky Festival 2016, which we’re extremely proud of. At the moment there’s two more busy fermenting. More on that later.

What we’ve done however is give the Sockerbruket Sour beers their own identity, by going back to the past. We’re adding photos of the bridge, as we had in the past. In this case it’s a photo from @robinbruhn. Most of the beers will however come out in kegs. Something about bottling by hand that just takes too long 😉

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Producing so many new beers, 157 at the last count, comes with its own set of problems. Coming up with names. We’ve asked before, but if you’d like to name a beer, then send us your recommendations. Beer name, style and of course your name. We’ll get in touch, and credit you on the label. In the case of “Golden Sour”, our friend Robin Bruhn was first to name this collaboration with Stockholm Brewing company.

Name your own beer

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Below you can read more about finding our beers in Sweden, as well as some new international customers in Denmark and Scotland.

Don’t forget to enter our competition called #FreshestCanInTheLand, where you stand a chance to win two tickets to the All In Beer Festival 2016.

That’s it for now, so if you’re at the Copenhagen Beer Celebration, then come past and say hi.

Keep well. Drink Craft Beer.

Finding our beers Internationally

We’re updating our website at the moment to show a map of where in the world you can get hold of our beer. That’s if you don’t live in Sweden of course, or you’re travelling.

Let’s start with the Salt Horse in Edinburgh, Scotland, who’s got 12 of our beers on tap over this current weekend.

Then as well the new bottle shop in Denmark called Flask, who it seems have been proving very popular, if you have a look at the photos popping up on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

More places will follow as we get time to update the site. Keep watching this space.


Compete in our freshest can in the land competition and stand a chance to win tickets to the All in Beer Festival.

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All in Beer Festival 4-5 November 2016

One of our favourite festivals is the All In Beer Fest. The reason? It’s just about beer.

We’ll be attending again this year, but if you’d like to attend, then there’s two ways to go about it. Buy a ticket, or enter our #FreshestCanInTheLand competition, where you stand the chance to win two entrance tickets.

Finding our beers in Sweden


In the navigation you can click on the Systembolaget link. There you can have a look at a map, where we feature the stores that will have our beers on their shelves. If you live in other parts of Sweden, then you can follow this link to order the beers directly from

Folköl (Low ABV Beers)

In the navigation you can click on the Folköl link. There you can have a look at a map, that shows all the Stores & Supermarkets, including ICA & Hemköp that already stock our “folköl” across Sweden.

You can also follow us on Instagram