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Lørdag kl 14:00-21:00
“Haandfest is the culmination working towards our dream of having what we think is the most exciting beer festival in Scandinavia. To us that means having a line up of breweries and friends that share our commitment to being innovative, curious and passionate about craft beer. Our main focus is on breweries that do mixed fermentation and use local ingredients in their beers to highlight where they are coming from, be it New York, Colorado, California, Brussels or Drammen.
Come join us at Haandfest 2019!
Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales is the passion project of James Howat, owner, brewer, and blender; and Sarah Howat, owner and operations manager; of what was formerly Former Future Brewing Company. The brewery began production in January 2014 and won two bronze medals and one silver medal for their coolship ales (Category: Experimental, Subcategory: Wild Ales) at The Great American Beer Festival in 2014, 2015, and 2017. In 2016, Black Project expanded production with a small addition to the property which allowed for the expansion of their barrel program. This allowed the brewery to evolve from Former Future Brewing Company to only serving Black Project beers. Every Black Project beer is fermented with microbes captured from the local environment via a coolship or foraged from nature. We believe this creates a beer that is unrivaled in complexity. Our beers are intended to have a sense of place, or terroir. No matter how hard one tried to, our beer cannot be replicated outside of our brewery. In fact, our microbe cultures are purposefully allowed to evolve from batch to batch, creating variations and interesting twists from different releases of the same beer. We are meticulous about designing recipes and processes that will allow nature to take over and create beers unrivaled in their beauty and complexity. Through experimentation and research, we are continuously developing new and different techniques for use with wild and spontaneous fermentation.
Horus Aged Ales is a 100% barrel aged brewery located in Oceanside, California. We believe in pushing the boundaries on how much beer can evolve through resting in oak by using a variety of different wine and spirit barrels, adding exotic fruits, and fermenting spontaneously. The complexity of the beer portrays our passion for experimentation and patience required to produce such a unique beverage. Horus has been a decade-long dream that is finally coming true and we look forward to introducing our exclusive beer to the fine people of San Diego County.
Nature’s creativity and diversity is on display in our ever-changing beers. We merely guide the process, using the finest available ingredients, our love of science, and a lot of patience. We are inspired by how the biological variations in nature create new species over time, much like how our beers evolve in the bottle. With each release, our wild culture grows and changes, and since the beginning we have worked with it to make the best beer possible. Speciation is a small brewery that opened it’s doors in January, 2017. Founded by Mitch and Whitney Ermatinger, Speciation is the culmination of dreams and hard work. After years of homebrewing, Mitch started his career at O'Connor's Home Brew Supply in 2011. Feeling a need to branch-out from West Michigan, Whitney and Mitch moved to Denver in 2013. Shortly after, Mitch started brewing at Former Future Brewing Company/Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales and developed his knowledge of wild fermentation working for James Howat. The Black Project team won medals for spontaneously fermented beer at the Great American Beer Festival in 2014 and 2015. While in Denver, Mitch and Whitney dreamed of coming home to Michigan, reconnecting with family and friends, and starting a brewery of their own. In late 2015 they made the move back to West Michigan where Mitch started a sour program at Harmony Brewery Company while also developing test batches and following through with his business plan for Speciation. It was important from the get-go to start small and debt-free. In January of 2017, we opened with our first release, Genetic Drift. Through cooperation and collaboration with Michigan’s beer community, we have been able to stay nimble and meet our demands. It is important for us to be good stewards in our business, as well as in honoring our environment. Our business is unconventional, focused, and as unique and personal as the beer we craft. After nearly two years in business, we have finally opened a proper tasting room. Our tasting room is a cozy and intimate space surrounded by barrels full of aging beer. It was designed to be the best place to drink our beer, alone or with friends. Quinn Vollink, our tasting room manager has an eye for details and his goal is to make you happier when you leave than when you walked in. Our culture is growing, and we would like for you to be a part of it.
Transient Artisan Ales was formed not due to a lack of great beer, or with the intentions of growing a massive craft beer brand. Rather, our goal is to recognize and appreciate the bounty of our local environment, take time to enjoy a simple and beautiful thing, and provide others the opportunity to do the same. As the name Transient implies, our beers are meant to change with age, and even from batch to batch. We use a blend of expressive yeasts and encourage the influence of the local Midwest microflora and the natural environment on our small-batch offerings through open-top fermentation.
Grimm Artisanal Ales is a Brooklyn-based brewery founded in 2013 by Joe and Lauren Grimm after nearly a decade of tinkering with fermentation. Grimm specializes in concise, elegant ales epitomizing the creative, experimental spirit of the American artisanal beer revolution. With each limited edition release, we seek to push the boundaries of style and flavor in order to create beers with the utmost depth and complexity. For five years, Grimm operated as a nomadic brewery. Joe and Lauren would develop each recipe in the kitchen of their Gowanus apartment and travel to existing breweries near and far to craft their commercial beers. In June 2018, they opened their permanent location in the East Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY
Our aim is to make great beer following our passion for flavor and complexity from quality ingredients and small batch artisanal brewing. We brew fun, unique beers made for enjoyment. We like it hoppy and complex, roasty and smoky, strong and sippable to sessionable and gulpable. Most importantly it’s something to drink with friends, in the backyard, at the beach and at the bar. We make beer because we like to drink it delicious and fresh and because we like to smile.
Sante Adairius Rustic Ales is a small, but daring, brewery located in the coastal city of Capitola, CA, just south of Santa Cruz. Sante Adairius is a brewery founded on respect for quality and authenticity. We focus our attention on producing well-constructed beers with an eye towards simplicity and character. SARA takes liberty in emulating those memorable beers, their brewers, and the experiences they foster, never forgetting those giants on whose shoulders we stand. Our approach to beer making is one of whimsy, highly inspired by the Belgian tradition, but also in harmony with brewers all over the world who push against boundaries of style with a nudge, not a shove. Often our beers are barrel-aged, usually in wine barrels, with various yeast and bacteria. As often as not though, Sante Adairius brews beers more approachable and traditional in nature, yet no less flavorful or distinctive. Owned and operated by us, Adair Paterno and Tim Clifford, Sante Adairius Rustic Ales is our attempt to bring people together over great beer. SARA is an expression of our many years of beer geekery, the rabbit hole of tasting every beer we could get our hands on, and trusting we could contribute to the canon of those beers of the highest esteem. We believe great beer comes first. We stay true to our brewing roots. We take seriously the fact that we are brewing for you, and for ourselves. We appreciate your interest in our efforts. Sante!
Cascade Brewing was founded in 1998 by owner Art Larrance and brewmaster Ron Gansberg. Together, Art and Ron put their 40 years combined beer experience to work, designing and installing Cascade’s 10-barrel brewing system in Southwest Portland, then creating and distributing well-balanced traditional ales.
Sour beers came about by default. The pair had followed the trends of traditional ales and were growing tired of what they referred to as the “hops arms race” of ever-hoppier beers, especially in the Northwest. Both wanted to focus instead on beers that offered an intense sensory experience other than hops. They considered what they could draw upon from the region: an abundant supply of wine barrels from the nearby wine country, and access to delicious and plentiful local fruit.
Hi, we’re Van Moll. We’re crazy about beer, which is why we brew it. In 2013 we opened a brew pub in the heart of Eindhoven – our very own flavour lab where everyone can sample our creations. Best idea ever! We try to delight daily with exciting new tastes and flavours. We experiment and balance, treading the fine line between bold and brazen, without going over the top. A fixed selection of core beers and a varied range of exceptional specials.
Brussels Beer Project aims to co-create atypical beers inspired by both Belgian savoir-faire & new influences. We wish to involve as much as possible, beer lovers willing to join the adventure! For that we made a #beerforlife crowdfunding (now closed). For 160 euro >1200 crowdfunders had the opportunity to get 12 beers every year … for their entire life. Now we have build our new micro-brewery in Brussels. (Dansaert Street, 188) In the meantime we are glad to brew our beers at Brouwerij Anders!
Poppels är ett modernt bryggeri med gamla anor. Vi är stolta över att föra vidare en hantverkstradition som utvecklats under tusentals år. Även om vi idag har helt andra förutsättningar med modern bryggteknik, ett stort utbud av råvaror med hög kvalitet och god kunskap om den kemi och biologi som ligger bakom bryggeriprocessen brinner vi i grund och botten för samma sak som våra föregångare alltid gjort, nämligen att brygga ett fantastiskt öl!
Oxbow is an American farmhouse brewery specializing in traditional Belgian-style ales with contemporary American influence. We brew small batches of beer in a renovated barn in rural Newcastle, Maine. Our beers can be found in fine bars and restaurants throughout Maine, Vermont, New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore & Washington DC.
Liquid Riot Bottling Company was established on the waterfront in Portland's Old Port, just blocks away from City Hall and the location of the Portland Rum Riot, in homage to those that fought for their beverage of choice. As Maine's first Brewery/Distillery/Resto-bar, we take all the passion and energy of these past riots and put it into our own liquids, bottled, canned or on tap, made fresh locally for your enjoyment.
Set up by pioneers of the British craft beer scene, North Bar in Leeds. North Brewing Company has quickly established itself amongst the leading breweries in the country with an unparalleled heritage and an extremely exciting future ahead. Brewery Tours - Event Info Brewery Tours every Saturday 12pm - 1pm. £10 per person - includes a tour of the Brewery, learning about the ingredients and processes involved in the production of our beer, and 3 thirds of brewery fresh beer.
Norway Brewing Company is a family owned microbrewery right off route 26 in Norway, Maine. We have a welcoming and family friendly taproom open year-round, as well as a spacious beer garden during the warmer months. We serve our own beer and hande-made food from scratch. Our goal is to use as many locally sourced ingredients as possible; we have reached out to fruit and vegetable growers, livestock and dairy farmers, as well as local grain and hops growers to create a network of producers who supply our chefs and brewers with raw ingredients grown right here in Maine.