We all scream for ice-cream at New Year’s so brace yourselves for the special strawberry, banana and chocolate bomb we have prepared in collaboration with our friends at Böl brugghús. Artwork by Loji Höskulds.
This cheeky fellow is on the most wanted list after having broken out of his cage in Hveragerði. HE’s Easily recogniSed by a big bounty of passion fruit, oranges and guava. Hrund Guðmundsdóttir, thanks for the portrait.
Hversdagsbjór (Common Lager)
A tribute to the memory of beloved musician and artist Svavar Pétur Eysteinsson, best known as Prins Póló. He would have wanted you to have royal fun while enjoying this unique lager with mutual friends.
India Pale Ale
True Boston tribute to the tv-series Cheers starring Rakau, Styrian and Galaxy hops. This collab with Lamplighter Brewing Co. brings you back to a place where everybody knows your name.
This collaboration with the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra sets the stage for a new and exciting composition in the spirit of the old masters. Thanks to Þórarinn M. Baldursson for the illustration.
NÝÁRSÖL (New Years Ale)
Prepare for a Hoppy New Year! This collab with Steðji brewery is their last hurrah before closing, leaving us with a fresh Double IPA made from local wheat.
Páll Ivan, thanks for the illustration.
It’s not a bird. it’s not a plane. it’s a tribute to Lawnchair Larry! This medium dark collab with local podcasters, called Ghosts of the past, takes flight, powered by Mosaic, Galaxy and Columbus hops. Oh Larry!
A new year! The perfect time to celebrate by blowing up some pears, potatoes, peaches and arctic thyme. Reserve a special date soon in the new calendar to enjoy this starlightstudded gose!
Illustration by Meatsoda.
In a collab with Húsavík Öl, hopping fresh with hoppy between Húsavík, Borg and Bavaria, dressed according to all possible occasions. Expressed with illustration by Þórarinn Már Baldursson.
In a collab with Daði & Gagnamagnið, this dry hopped Cream Ale jumps onto the big stage and dazzles a worldwide audience with a quirky pop dance of Mosaic and Citra hops. Iceland … 12 points!
ÁRAMÓTA TRIPEL (NEW YEARS TRIPEL)
We have reached a turning point. After exhausting trials Bóluefnið has been found to be 100% oak-matured and is therefore approved to open up a path towards a new and brighter future.
This secular feast comes from America where it is celebrated every December to guarantee hoppy holidays. Prepare for Citra miracles, Idaho 7 feats of strength and, also, a lot of wheat. That’s why we say: Christmas for some, but Festivus for the rest of us.
Welcome to the wonderland of this Kveik IPA, a collab with the local band Valdimar. We are talking, or rather singing and shouting from the rooftops, abouta variety of flavors: coconut,pineapple and orange.
RASPBPERRY & LIQUORICE SOUR
Introducing Fever Dream, feat. Of Monsters and Men, our latest sour collab release. Prepare for a smooth raspberry & liquorice track that makes you shout Hey! Hey! Hey!
In keeping with tradition, the brewer lets out a scream when the legendary Norwegian yeast called Kveik is applied. Why? Here is your answer – with the pleasant smell of Cashmere, Citra and Mosaic hops. In collaboration with Kings County Brewers Collective and a magnificent homage by Arnar Snær Davíðsson to Munch’s infintie scream of the sunset.
A salute to a 70’s hit by the band Ýr, Hey kanína offers you hints of exotic juices and a bewitching fruity aftertaste. The hoppy fab four: Citra, Idaho 7, Simcoe and El Dorado, join forces, in a collaboration with Lamplighter Brewing Co., to make this bunny a certain hop hit.
This fellow is wanted after having bagged a big chunk of the local skyr and broken out of its cage in Hveragerði. Easily recognized by a big bounty of pomegranate and lemons. Proudly produced and presented with Ölverk Pizza & Brewery.
Hrund Guðmundsdóttir just barely captured this mugshot of our suspect.
Anything can happen in fairytales such as this one. Will Úlfur swallow Raudhetta again, or does the wild ale have the IPA for lunch? As it turns out, you swallow them both – and live happily ever after.
Thanks for the awesome illustration Lára Garðarsdóttir!
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with a mouthful of spectacular NEIPA fireworks. Let the dazzling Citra sparklers and Galaxy crackers light your way into a hoppy new year!
This revolutionary Hoppy Lager with Citra hops is amped into existence in a badass collaboration with the legendary punk band Fræbbblarnir.
This beer’s name translates to Beer! as a reference to Fræbbblarnir’s greatest hit Bjór. The song was published in 1981 and is among the greatest Icelandic punk hits, a battle cry against the unique Icelandic ban on beer. Bjór was instrumental in alleviating the ban and Icelanders were finally allowed to buy beer on March 1st 1989. Shouldn’t we drink to that?
Haustrunk is conceived in collaboration with our friends at Wacken Brauerei in Germany. This gem traces its origin from the river Gose and is sweetened with delicious apricots to make your autumn as juicy as possible.
Jón Ingiberg Jónsteinsson took care of the illustration and we are very grateful to say the least.
Our Skoffín is neither deadly nor canine nor a bogey that crawled out of a rooster’s egg. Through a mythical formula we crafted Skoffín in a sorcery of acid symphony combined with fermented kombucha tea, creating a refreshing natural fluid with a mild taste of wild arctic thyme. Sigrún Hlín Sigurðardóttir provided the graphic illustration of the Skoffín phenomenon.
INDIA PALE ALE
Trembling to the fresh rythm of El Dorado and Calypso hops, Liskodisko is juicy on the dancefloor, all dressed in peach and ready to blow your mind with stunning IPA moves.
Liskodisko is conceived in collaboration with our friends at Panimo Hiisi in Finland. This IPA is brewed with delicious peaches to make your summer as juicy as possible.
Check out the legendary Icelandic cartoonist Halldór Baldursson's illustration to see what we were thinking.
A fruity nod to the grand old Finnish tradition of getting shit-faced at home in your underwear. Páll Ívan from Eiðar brought the concept to life with this fab illustration.
NEW YEAR’S EVE STYLE (IPA)
BF2018 is a hard livin' IPA with a hazy taste of fresh fruit and the life expectancy of a rock star.
INDIA PALE ALE
Tropical madness ensues on a hazy Copenhagen night in a flurry of smooth voices. Det næste der skete tør jeg ikke tænke på …
Hölökynkölökyn is a sour cherry bomb of an acid trip, with pure Icelandic water and a dark undercurrent of Finnish cheer.
Gíll (sun dog) is an audacious amber ale with a pert palate of orange, grapefruit and lychee fruit.
Chocosourus is aged in oak barrels adding smoothness to a fresh sour palate of apples, banana, tropical fruits and cocoa.
NEW NORDIC DIPA
Lóan is named for the European golden plover that is believed to bring spring to both Norway and Iceland on her arrival annually.
This Belgian-style IPA blasts New Year's Eve into oblivion with grains of paradise, hibiscus, tropical fruits and some beet juice.
AUTUMN SOUR SAISON
Icelandic crow- and bilberries foraged in the autumn are used in this saison, brewed in honor of the people who discovered America 1000 years ago, five centuries before Columbus’s voayge.
INDIA PALE ALE
An incarnation of tropical beauty and seduction, this Caribbean goddess robs those who come under her spell of their free will. It doesn't get any fruitier than this.
A collaboration between Borg Brugghús and Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co., brewed in Reykjavík in September 2015.
Settling an argument should be accompanied with an appropriate beverage. Smugan offers the base for good spirit in the talkative ways we should always practice.