Gæðingur Brugghús

Blágosi 5.6% - SOUR BEER


Purple. Sweetener, medium-filled, small bitter, acidic. Blueberries, corn, whey.


An over-brewed sour beer that originates from Goslar, Germany, but is today rather taught by the city of Leipzig. The beer is lightly acidic with lactic acid bacteria and is often seasoned with coriander and salt. The coriander seasoning should deliver light citrus tones and the salt should deliver freshness and light selling, but should not be overwhelming at all. These beers are not as acidic as, for example, the Berliner Weisse.


Diverse beers, usually ale, which according to tradition contain a high proportion of wheat, have undergone a process that makes them sour. The acidity of these beers varies and really depends on where the beers come from and what the brewer is seeking. Sour beers can be clean and fresh or contain various bacteria and artificial variations, such as Brettanomyces which gives them a fragrance and a taste of hay, countryside and patch, to name but a few. Some are left lying on fruits like cherries. Wine spirits can be from 3% to 8%. The home countries of these beers are Belgium and Germany, while other countries have been picking up the weather, especially United States.

Microbar lives!

We have opened again at Laugavegur 86. Now you can take joy again and order a cold one with us. 


Microbar was the first craft beer bar of Reykjavík, which opened in 2015. The goal of the bar has always been to display the wonderful craft beers of Iceland. The owner of Microbar runs also Gæðingur brewery, which is located 10 minutes (by car) from the center, that is why you will probably come across a few Gæðingur beers on the menu. 


Those of you who crave fresh and crisp Icelandic craft beer from Gæðingur Brewery after your visit, can visit us in Microbar Kópavogur, pick some up at  vínbúðin or order at Bjórland.


If you want to know moreabout Gæðingur Brewery or come for
a brewery tour please contact us at gaedingurbeer(at)gmail.com



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