Brewery Updates, Cans, New Beers

One more collaboration with All In Brewing, Henrik takes a trip to BrewDog Helsinki and a lot more cans coming out in this week’s Brewery Update

In this week’s brewery update we show some photos of our new cans, Henrik’s trip to Finland and our collaboration with All In Brewing on Friday.

Our latest can release grows our can range to nine.

Last week we mentioned the new beers coming out in cans, but as labels go, they do take some time to be delivered. Thankfully we have a great connection with our supplier Lexit. They’ve done a great job and helped us a lot since we moved from labelling by hand.

In this week's brewery update we show some photos of our new cans, Henrik's trip to Finland and our collaboration with All In Brewing on Friday.

The first of the three new beers are our collaboration from last week with O|O Brewing, which we can proudly say now is a Black IPA and is called Sabotage. It’ll be part of our beers we take to the All in Beer Festival.

The second beer is our 7th Berliner. This time we added a lot of Mandarin, with a dash of Mango and Ginger. It’s the first of the group that will be in a can, and we’ve brewed it at 3,5% which in Sweden, with it’s strict laws, allows us to sell it directly from the brewery door.

The third of the group is a version of our 44th beer Mocha Latte Stout, called Double Shot Vanilla, which we’re afraid to say is going to be tough to get hold of, as we’re selling it exclusively to our member’s club. The rest is then shipped for export, and so on.

But all in all, we now have nine cans in our collection. The big positive is that we can fit in more beer in our storage, as two cans of beer take up the same space as one bottle 🙂

In this week's brewery update we show some photos of our new cans, Henrik's trip to Finland and our collaboration with All In Brewing on Friday.

Tap takeover at BrewDog Helsinki

Henrik, our sales representative, who also takes care of exports, paid a visit to his roots last week. We had a tap takeover at BrewDog Helsinki, so he hopped on a plane to go and say hi.

From all the reviews online, it looks like Finland likes our beer. And we’re looking forward to build more relations with our northerly neighbour.

Tap takeover at BrewDog Helsinki

One more collaboration with our good friends at All In Brewing

All In Brewing was the first brewery we collaborated with when we started. They’ve been close friends since before we started and we’re happy to have done our fourth collaboration with them this past week Friday.

In this week's brewery update we show some photos of our new cans, Henrik's trip to Finland and our collaboration with All In Brewing on Friday.

Our first collaboration was #23 Mosaic is the new Black. In this beer our ambition was to make a black, yet easy drinking, Pale Ale with subtle roasted notes and an aromatic hop profile. We used American Mosaic and Chinook hops, which adds notes of blood orange, passion fruit and a hint of resinous spice.

The second collaboration was a little more serious, #50 Ales In Wineyland. A strong Ale slash Barley Wine. It’s one that we’ve experimented with the most. We did a Bourbon barrel aged version as well in bottles.

The third collaboration was recently, #158 Monkey Business, a Pale Ale. It was an easy name, as that is what happens down at the brewery nearly every time we get together to brew beer.

The latest collaboration, #171, is a secret affair. You’re welcome to guess, but we’re bringing it with us to the All In Beer Festival in November. So buy a ticket if you don’t want to miss out.

In this week's brewery update we show some photos of our new cans, Henrik's trip to Finland and our collaboration with All In Brewing on Friday.
In this week's brewery update we show some photos of our new cans, Henrik's trip to Finland and our collaboration with All In Brewing on Friday.

Finding the perfect Beer Library or as we call it, a Beerbliotek.

Someone sent us this photograph from somewhere in Europe, to show us what a real Beer Library looks like. You see our name is Beerbliotek, and being English speaking along with Swedish we mix the languages quite a bit.

The Swedish word for library is bibliotek. So if a bibliotek is a collection of books, then surely a Beerbliotek is a collection of beer. That’s why we brew new beer all the time, 171 since last Friday. And as you’d expect with books, some of them are worth reading again, and so it is with our beer. Some are worth brewing again.

In this week's brewery update we show some photos of our new cans, Henrik's trip to Finland and our collaboration with All In Brewing on Friday.

That’s it from us for this week. Next week we’ll be releasing more cans, and we’ll have some news about a Brewer’s Brunch coming up where we will pair beer and food for a great way to spend a Sunday.

The BrewPub is also getting along, and hopefully we’ll have news about the opening date soon.

 

Take care, until next week.

Getting hold of our beers Internationally

Get some merchandise in our Webshop

If you’d like to get hold of the same Beer T-Shirt Richard is wearing then all you have to do is click the Webshop link in the menu. We have them in black and white, for all you beer lovers out there.

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Upcoming Festivals

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

Systembolaget

Have a look at our Systembolaget page, where you’ll find a map that features the stores that 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 Systembolaget.se to your closest store.

Folköl (Low ABV Beers)

Visit our Folköl page if you’d like to find out which Stores & Supermarkets, such as ICA & Hemköp stock our low ABV or “folköl” across Sweden.

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