Stjernebryg (Star Brew)
Organic Star Brew is brewed with a blend of six types of malt, giving the dark beer a handsome red tint. It’s a full-bodied Christmas beer. We have extracted all the sweetness from the malt and balanced it with quite a large amount of hops compared to traditional Christmas beers. Coriander seeds and star anise bring the Christmas atmosphere, and this is definitely one of our classics.
Juleøl (Christmas Beer)
Our Christmas Beer is a red ale, brewed with barley malt and wheat malt, and spiced with organic oranges. It’s a dark beer with a fresh nose, full of character but easy to drink.
Påskebryg (Easter Brew)
Organic Easter Brew is inspired by the American Pale Ale. We’ve used the best types of organic malt for a full bodied malt flavour, and the flowery, citrus-like bitterness from the hops to create a clean, sharp taste of spring.
Forårsbryg (Spring Brew)
Inspired by Belgian tripel. Our Organic Spring Brew is our own barley malt and a bit of our wheat malt. It’s a high fermentation beer with a golden hue, fruity nose and full-bodied aroma, sweet and bitter with a touch of citrus from the Cascade hops.
Asparges hvedeøl (Asparagus Wheat Beer)
An interesting variety of our Wheat Beer, with added asparagus from Søren Wiuff’s farm by Lammefjorden. It’s half barley malt, half wheat malt. The fine notes of asparagus enhance the characteristic silkiness of the wheat beer.
Rugøl (Rye Beer)
A high fermentation beer, brewed with rye malt and local honey, inspired by old Danish beer traditions. The rye gives a strong malt flavour, with the aromatic sweetness of the honey. The sweetness is balanced by the hops, bringing bitterness and citrus to the aftertaste.
A light summer beer, inspired by the Belgian Wit beer, brewed with barley malt, wheat malt, birch, hay and yeast. We’ve used the entire birch in the brewing process: Bark, catkins, leaves, wood and juice. With a nice bitterness from the wood, freshness from the juice, and a peppery note from the leaves and catkins. Birch is light and smooth. We’ve used a little hops for the mild aftertaste, and the yeast brings the acidity.
A red ale, brewed on barley malt, rye malt, hops and rosehip. We’ve picked the rosehip around the brewery, and they add a nice sweetness, balanced by the bitterness of the hops. The red colour is from the rosehip peel, enhanced by red malt types.
Vinterøl (Winter Beer)
A dark beer for January. Light brown nose, silky aroma, light aciditiy, easy to drink. With both orange peel and coffee, this is a warm brew for the dark times.