Our Beers

Something for everyone

Our core range is available year round

These are the beers we, ourselves, like to drink.

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Pilsners & Lagers (11)

Hoppy Beers (21)

Sours (3)

Dark & Strong (12)

#347 Hand-delivered by a drone

West Coast IPA

Fruity, fabulous and far out.

#345 Purely selfish reasons

Belgian Tripel

Malt, spice, fruit and esters.

#344 We’re taking over the world one kiss at a time

West Coast IPA

Malt, hops and a bitter kiss.

#343 Barrel Aged Port Side Porter

Barrel aged Porter

Port Side barrel aged version. First one ever, but will do them yearly.

#342 I am Disco

Euro Pils

Dry. Italian. Swedish. Crisp. Öl.

#341 Night is falling to the ground

Black IPA

Rounded. Orange. Milk chocolate.

#339 What we brew in the shadows

Black IPA

Dark & hoppy with a bitter punch.

#338 Before the tide comes in

Double IPA

Pale, tropical fruit & a touch of pine.

#337 Festbier

Amber Lager

Malty, crisp & balanced.

#334 Out on the weekend

West Coast IPA

Crisp & clean. A bite of bitterness.

#333 The past and the present and the future

New England IPA (NEIPA)

Tropical fruits & tangerine.

#332 Bock Lobster

Hell Bock

 

#331 Saison

Saison

In this Saison you’ll identify fruit-like notes, ranging from lemon and tropical fruit to chamomile, as well as an array of spice-like phenolic driven aromas like pepper, clove, and coriander.

#330  Li’l Hazy IPA

New England IPA (NEIPA)

A hop forward and well balanced New England Session IPA, with a lower ABV of 3,5%. Fresh, Soft and juicy with a mix of tropical fruits, peaches, coconut and grapefruit.

#327 Premium Pilsner

Premium Pilsner

Traditional, mellow and accessible. An easy-drinking, medium-bodied German style Pilsner designed for all occasions. Orange peel, citrus, fresh cut grass and floral notes on the nose. Bready flavours with a touch of honey, finishing dry with a balanced bitterness.

#326 To the nines

Barley Wine

Smooth. Rich. Dried fruit.

#324 Stocking filler

Schwarzbier

A deep, dark, warming Lager for winter. Brewed on Lager, Crystal, Chocolate and Black malt and seasoned with fresh aromatic hops. The result is roasted, chocolate and coffee flavours, balanced with citrus and pine.

#323 Haaaze

Hazy Double IPA

Haaaze is a juicy, hazy and heavy hitting Double IPA, coming in at an extravagant 9,0% ABV. Generously dry hopped with Idaho 7 and experimental HBC 630, for big, dank fruitiness. Nice massive sweetness with tropical fruits, mango, bruised pineapple and delicate elderflower. Notes of melon in the background with a touch of vanilla and cedar.

#320 Hazy IPA

New England IPA (NEIPA)

Hop forward and well balanced, this is a juicy mix of tropical fruits, using a classic blend of Amarillo and Citra hops. Heavy on the pineapple and mango, with some peach notes.

#319 Finns i sjön

Porter

This opaque black low ABV Porter delivers taste hints of coffee, leather, tobacco and bittersweet chocolate with an added layer of nuts, spice and fennel stalks in the aroma. With a low to medium carbonation and a slick mouthfeel, very easy to drink with just the right amount of complexity in the flavours.

#315 Autumn woods and winter skies

Amber Lager

This is a smooth and creamy Amber Lager perfect for cooler months. Spicy, caramel and toasty, bready notes with a touch of citrus and a light yeast character. Nicely balanced with a clean and crispy hop bitterness to end it off.

#314 Every li’l thing

American Pale Ale

This low ABV American Pale Ale is deep-orange in colour, li’l in alcohol strength with a strong hop character. Big on the tropical, citrus, apricot and bready aroma with earthy, fruity and floral flavours and a hint of toffee for a hoppy-sweet finish.

#308 Sweet smelly trees

Imperial Stout

If a smelly tree falls in the forest and no one is there to smell it, does it still have a smell? We love smelly trees at beerbliotek.com

#307 Waiting for the tide to come in

Honey Baltic Porter

This Scandic Baltic Porter maintains the strong influences from our neighbours, East and West. A beer style that has always moved with the tides. Follow the tide in to beerbliotek.com