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Ladies and Gentlemen start your engines. It’s the start of the Gothenburg Beer Week – Weekly Update

To start with we’d like to thank everyone who showed up at our stand during the Växjö Beer Festival. It’s always good to meet so many new people to share our beer with. See you again next year.

Then yesterday was the start of the Gothenburg Beer Week.

The week started with a bus tour of four breweries. They started at Dugges, then Vega, followed by us at Beerbliotek, then off to Stigbergets and ended of at Kino, a pub in town. Thanks to everyone who came to say hi. We hope you enjoyed the cans of Single Hop Mosaic and Session IPA. Have a look on the GBG Beer Week website for all events, or download their app, to get closer to the action.

With such a tour at our brewery we always talk about our history, and last night was no different. It just felt like such a long time ago since we brewed our first beer on 19 February 2013.

Not sure how many people remember that first beer. A Black Ale with Chilli. It’s still part of our assortment, and still one of our favourite beers. The label may have changed over the last three and a bit years, but the description still holds true.

”Our Black Ale Chilli is our very first beer and has a bit of a kick. We add dried red chillies to the fermenter for a hint of fruit and to create a dry, spicy finish.”

Then last night we may or may not have tasted our first and very own sour beer at our Sockerbruket brewery. It may or may not be called ”Sour berry quite contrary”. And you may or may not be able to taste it during the Gothenburg Beer and Whisky Festival or the Copenhagen Beer Celebration. It follows up on our first collaboration Sour Beer we did together with Brekeriet and Beavertown, called ”Lovechild”. More information on our sour beer may or may not follow 🙂

For those taking part in the Gothenburg Beer Week, see you around town. We’ll be at the Haket Beer Festival today so if you have tickets, see you there. For those that can’t make it, it’s time to plan for next year.

Have a fantastic weekend.

Upcoming Events

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. Plus cans from Ska Brewing that’s never been sold in Sweden before.

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

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Vegetarian Beer Makers Brunch.


Join us for a Vegetarian Beer Makers brunch in collaboration with Tapasbaren? Beerbliotek’s head brewer Adam Norman will bring along some matching beers for the menu below. Don’t miss it.

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

Meet the brewer at the Lion.


We’ve added another event during the GBG Beer Week. This time you can meet Richard, one of the co-founders, as well as one of the head brewers at Beerbliotek. He’ll be bringing five beers with him and doing a bit of a tap extension. The night also double as the official launch of ”High Roller”. A beer we’ve brewed for Cash Cow Brewing, a side project for us at Beerbliotek.

Read more on the Event’s page on Facebook.

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.


As we’re moving into summer here in Sweden or the northern hemisphere to be more exact, we’re expecting cans to be great travel companions, great in a park or great on a boat. Why not tag your photos with #BeerbliotekCans, so we can follow your can beer drinking summer vacation.

On Instagram @chroniquedebeers and @lagersbira has started tagging our cans.

Upcoming Festivals

Gothenburg Beer and Whisky Festival on the 22nd – 23rd of April

This year we’ll again be visiting our home town festival, the Gothenburg Beer and Whisky Festival. We’ll have a bigger stand, and bring more beer. This year we’ll also be bringing our new cans with us, as well as one or two surprise beers that our home town fans get to drink first. Hope we see you there.

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

Kalmar Beer Festival on the 6th – 7th May

Kalmar Beer Festival is also on our list for festivals this year, so we hope we see you there.

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

Copenhagen Beer Celebration 13-14 May 2016

Joining us this year at the Copenhagen Beer Celebration, on the 13th and 14th of May are the following breweries. Alefarm BrewingDet Lille BryggeriGhost BrewingDry & Bitter Brewing CompanyFlying Couch BrewingALL IN BREWINGHyllie BryggeriPoppels BryggeriStockholm Brewing Co.Haandbryggeriet7 Fjell BryggeriSundbytunet and Kinn Bryggeri.

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.

Finding all our beers at Systembolaget.

In the navigation you can click on the Systembolaget link. There 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.

In the navigation you can click on the Folköl link. There you can have a look at a map, that shows all the Stores & Supermarkets, including ICA & Hemköp that already stock our “folköl” across Sweden.

Session IPA

3,5% – Cascade & Wakatu hops

We mash this low ABV beer warmer than usual to retain the malt backbone. We then hop it with loads of Citra and Motueka to give aroma and flavour to a beer you can enjoy all day. View ratings on Ratebeer or Untappd.

Sockerbruket Saison

3,5% – Farmhouse Style Saison

We ferment this Saison at a high temperature to get a nice spice from the yeast. We then accentuate it with a small dryhop of Chinook hops from America for a gentle spice and refreshing citrus tones. View ratings on Ratebeer or Untappd.

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