Árni Theodor Long
Árni began his brewing career in 2005 with various home brewing projects but before he started at Borg he worked for the Norwegian brewery Ægir Bryggeri. His favorite Beer Style is Gueuze but he also has a soft spot for India Pale Ale. Árni is a food connoisseur who likes to laugh and listen to music. Except when he is at the brewery. Then he listens to the machinery. Except when things are going badly. Then he listens to Golden Oldies FM. And gets all giddy inside.
Hlynur started homebrewing in 2010 in order to have enough beer for his 20th birthday party. It was disgusting but rich in alcohol, which was all that mattered at the time. Later when studying chemistry he realized that brewing is just one big chemical reaction, so his interest grew until he ended up in a master’s program at the Technical University of Denmark, where one of the assignments was to brew the strongest beer possible. After that Hlynur moved to the Netherlands and did a year-long stint at contract brewery Brouwerij Inbier, where he brewed all the main styles of beer. His favorite beers are strong and Belgian, and as a hobby he likes to ferment all sorts of things: sauerkraut, kimchi, kefir, kombucha etc.
Sturlaugur Jón Björnsson
Sturlaugur began to brew beer at the turn of the century. One thing led to another until he had finished a master's degree from the American Brewers Guild where he received training in Hoppy Brewing Company in Sacramento, CA before working at the Russian River Brewing Company in Santa Rosa CA, under the guidance of Vinnie Cilurzo. Sturlaugur is an accomplished pipemaker and when he has time, he plays the horn ... with the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra.