Cans, Collaborations, Systembolaget

We’re looking forward to the GBG Beer Week and our Berliner Range is growing slowly but surely – Weekly Update

This long weekend could not have come at a better time. It’s always good with some time off, which means time to actually drink some beer, not just making the stuff.

This week we released the third version in our Berliner range, called “What’s the difference between Marmalade and Jam?“. Our Brand & Marketing Manager Darryl actually enjoys illustrating the labels on the outside, as much as the brewers love creating the beer on the inside. We hope you like both.

In the third version we added Raspberries and Mint. As you may remember the other two were called “A Passion for Gingers” with Passion Fruit & Ginger, and “I Lost my Cherry by the Salty Sea” with Sour Cherries & Sea Salt. The base recipe for all of them closely resembles our standard Berliner “Berliner Wise-Guy“. We’re hoping to continue with these, as we’ve received some very positive reviews on them. A Passion for Gingers will be available at Systembolaget to order as of the 1st of May 2016.

A reminder from last week for all our customers, that has now launched, and below we’ve got some more information on another way to order our beer.

This week we’ve also announced two new events we’ll be having during the Gothenburg Beer Week. The first is a Vegetarian Beer Makers Dinner which only has 10 places available, followed the next day by Beerbliotek & Ska Brewing’s Ska Party which has space for 120 people. Read below for more information.

On that note we wish you a Happy Easter.

Keep Well.

Upcoming Events

Vegetarian Beer Makers Dinner.


A five course vegetarian dinner prepared by the one and only Styrbjörn Såtvik at Björns Bar, whilst the matching beer for each course has been chosen by Beerbliotek’s head brewer Adam Norman.

Read more on the Event’s page on our website.

Beerbliotek and SKA Brewing’s SKA Party!


Ska Brewing will be in town for the Gothenburg Beer Week and we took the opportunity to kidnap them for a night. Why not join us for the night at our Kungsten Brewery? There will be music, food, beer and friends, which guarantees a good time.

Get more information on the Event’s page on our website.

Haket Beer Festival 2016.


This event is fully booked, but for those with tickets, we’re looking forward to meeting you all, along with the other 20 breweries that will be there for the day.

Get more information here.

Upcoming Festivals

Malmö Öl & Whisky Festival on the 1st and 2nd of April

This year will be the first time that we’re heading south, to our friends at the Malmö Beer & Whisky Festival. We’re truly looking forward to meeting the beer drinking public in Malmö. We’ll be bringing with us some cans, and then as always we’ll be packing some collaborations and some experimental stuff. So don’t miss out.

For more information on the festival and getting hold of your tickets, have a look at their website.

Växjö Beer Festival on the 9th of April

Actually Anders will again make his way to Växjö. Which beers he’s brining with him is still not clear, but there will definitely be one or two surprises.

For more information on the festival, have a look at their website.

Copenhagen Beer Celebration 13-14 May 2016

We’re happy to announce that we have been invited to this year’s Copenhagen Beer Celebration, held on the 13th and 14th of May. The beers we’re taking with us are still in the works and they will be announced closer to the time. So watch this space.

For more information, follow CBC on Facebook, or get hold of your tickets here, as there’s still some available for some sessions, then we’ll see you in Copenhagen.


Since launching four beers in cans, we’ve been interested to see how the market is accepting cans, who drinks beer from bottles and what your choices are when buying beer in a bar or a restaurant.

We’re also moving into summer here in Sweden, and we’re expecting cans to be great travel companions. So why not tag your photos with #BeerbliotekCans, so we can follow your beer drinking journey?

Customers can now buy our beer from all over the world on

Customers can now join us on – Unified Swedish micro- brewed beer to customers in worldwide, because together we are stronger.

Ordering from SwedBeer saves customers time, because ordering can be from several breweries which also enables fewer deliveries. There’s significantly fewer invoices. Easy to order via, app for iPhone, Android (in development), email, SMS or phone (Customer Service open 11: 00-12: 00 and 14: 00-16: 30 weekdays). No package requirements per order, which is positive for customers with space limitations. Low shipping cost for customer. Free shipping when ordering in Sweden with certain minimum orders.

Read more on or register to order our beer.

Finding all our beers at Systembolaget.


On our website, 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

Looking for low alcohol beers? Or as we say in Sweden Folköl.


On our website, you can have a look at a map, where you can see which stores, such as ICA & Hemköp already stock our beer. Below you can see the three beers we have in stock.

You can also follow us on Instagram