A decade ago, beer was a drink that had virtually no variety in Norway. But since that decade, there has been a revolution of microbreweries all over the country. Today, there are a plethora of brews available all over the country. Some bars even store brews made next door. We at Salt and Sandals have always been big fans of good brews. So we take you through the best microbreweries in Norway and give you an insight into their best brews.
This brewery from Grimstad gives you the option to have 20 different types of beer and 5 different type of Sake. The only producer of unfiltered Sake in Europe, they also offer personalized tours. You can visit them here.
Remember the vikings? The Norse God worshiping long-haired men swinging battleaxes? This Brewpub takes you right back to those ages. Located in Aurland, Norway you can find a plethora of hand crafted beers and food that is paired along with it.
The town of Kristiansand has it’s own microbrewery which shows up with quite a plethora of flavours. They pair it along with some food from a Spanish coal grill.
CrowBar & Brewery
The capital Oslo’s largest microbrewery is your one stop solution for all beering needs. They not only serve their own brews, but a whole gamut from around the country. Do check this one out when in Oslo.
The Harstad Brewery offers an unique beer tasting experience. One of the rare breweries to leave their English yeast from Yorkshire inside the beer. It shows up as a residue which gives it another level of taste.
This scenic brewery is located in Trondelag and offers accommodation along with a restaurant in the backdrop of an ancient Cistercian Monastery.
Do try out these breweries in Norway and tell us about the one you liked.
Picture Credits: Visit Norway
Featured picture Credits: Thor Brodreskrift
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