Jämtlands Bryggeri

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Coordinates: 62°57′05″N 15°02′44″E / 62.95143°N 15.04561°E / 62.95143; 15.04561

Jämtlands Bryggeri
Location Pilgrimstad, Sweden
Opened 1996
Barrels per year 7500hL
Active beers
Name Type
Bärnsten Pilsener
Fallen Angel Premium bitter
Heaven Schwarzbier
Hell Premium lager
India Pale Ale Pale ale
Oatmeal Bitter Premium bitter
Oatmeal porter Porter
Postiljon Pale ale
Pilgrim Pale ale
President Pilsener
Tiotaggare Strong ale
Seasonal beers
Name Type
Julöl Christmas beer
Påsköl Easter beer

Jämtlands Bryggeri is a microbrewery located in the small village of Pilgrimstad located in the Municipality of Bräcke in Jämtland, in north western part Sweden.

The brewery started brewing beer in January 1996 and is one of Sweden’s smallest breweries. The outspoken policy of the brewery is to brew beer in small quantities in order to guarantee a high quality in the production. The yearly production amounts to 750.000 liters of beer. Today, the brewery has a standing assortment of eleven different brands of beers reflecting a number of various brewing techniques.

The brewery is regularly awarded at the annual Stockholm Beer Festival (where approximately 600 brands of beers are competing). The company has competed in the festival the last eight years and has totally been awarded 58 gold medals, 28 silver medals and 14 bronze medals.

Where to find the beers[edit]

In Sweden, all of the brewery's beers can be bought or ordered at the Systembolaget.

The following pubs are known to have a wide assortment of beers from Swedish microbreweries in general; and beers from Jämtlands Bryggeri in particular:

Påsköl is specially brewed for Easter.

Retired beers[edit]

  • Anniversary Ale - English strong ale.
  • Baltic Stout - Baltic stout.
  • Bärsärk Strong Ale - Ale.
  • Bière De Printemps - Fruit beer.
  • Hummel Extrême - Pale lager.
  • Mellan Lager - Pale lager.
  • Pilgrimstad Mammut - Oktoberfest/Märzen.
  • Serbian Crown - Pale lager.
  • Strong Ale - Ale.
  • Valborg Vårbrygd - Pale lager.
  • Weiss-President - Hefeweizen.
  • Äppelweisen - Fruit beer.

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