India Pale Ale
Mango, freshly-cut grass, tropical fruits, and a bit of sweetness from the wheat and lactose. We’ve gone to extreme lengths to protect this beer from oxygen, and each keg has been excessively purged with co2. This has been done in order to give you the freshest possible glass of Bad Mango. This beer is very […]Cheers!
India Pale Ale
Belsnickel, in Cervisiam’s world, is a Christmas beer inspired by the creature that shoves hops in your mouth when you’ve been naughty. An IPA with a clean body and ho-ho-hoppy enough to complement fatty Norwegian Christmas food, without stealing the whole show. Belsnickel is most recently brewed at Arendals Bryggeri.Reeeeaaaad more..
Bhuthurt is our ultimate imperial stout, brewed with the absolute best ingredients we could find. Maple syrup from Vermont, Ceylon cinnamon, Tahitian vanilla beans, Bhut Joloika peppers, and the finest cocoa nibs. Double mashed and boiled long for an even thicker mouthfeel.Read more
Store-strength beers in Norway (< 4.7%) are usually boring considering low-ABV styles generally don’t lend themselves well to the sacrifices that are made to keep prices down. Often people will market their low-ABV pale ales as IPAs to help drive sales. Because of this, we’ve decided to give you a boregasm with a pale ale. This […]Cheers!
Porter with Coconut
A porter brewed flaked oats, English and American hops, and American yeast. 10 kilos of flaked coconut was added under secondary fermentation. Bounty Hunter is most recently brewed at Søgaards Bryghus.Reeeeaaaad more..
Brad Peat is an English barleywine brewed with lactose, chipotle peppers, and aroma from almonds, walnuts, and pecans which has been mellowed by a careful soak over French and American oak. This beer is very forward in the nut and fruit aromas generally associated with the style. But Brad Peat is deceptive, because he’s also […]Cheers!
Belgian Pale Ale with Seabuckthorn
Cervisiska is our collaboration brew with the Durango, Colorado-based Ska Brewing Company. Cervisiska is brewed with oats, wheat, and our characteristic malt profile. The beer is then hopped with massive doses of Citra, and then fermented with the Belgian Ardennes yeast strain. We add juice from sea buckthorn, with lends the beer an extra fruity […]Mmmm... yummy
DANKINS is a New England-style IPA brewed in tribute to Richard Dawkins, whose achievements in furthering secular and rational thought have most importantly given us one of the dankest words: meme. Like ‘dank’ and ‘meme’, lupulin powder and a New England-style IPA base combine to create an entirely new phenomenon in which all elements operate […]Read more
Enough to Make a Mango Sour
This beer is enough to make a mango sour! This beer started as a traditional (kettle-soured) Berliner Weisse, which we then added mango to in order to give it a fruity bump. Beer in this style tends to hover around 3%, which makes our 6% version imperial. Enough to Make a Mango Sour is most […]Cheers!
English Brown Ale
Brewed with roasted malt, flaked oats, English hops (EKG and Fuggle) and then fermented with WLP002. Brewed as Cafe Fiasco’s house beer for 2016. Full, creamy, roasty, sweet, and well-balanced.Woah, let's read more
IPA with Grapefruit (Collaboration with Monkey Brew)
This American Beauty of a beer is packed with fruitylicious hops and as much grapefruit peel the brewery allows. Drink it fresh and start hallucinating!Woah, let's read more
Porter with Hazelnut, Chocolate, and Lactose
Hans Trapp used to punish kids around Christmas, but has decided this year to make some black magic with Santa Claus instead. The black magic comes in the form of this porter, which has been dosed with hazelnut and vanilla. This porter is well-suited to dessert, or alone.Cheers!
Vanilla Milkshake IPA
Hugh Mungus WHAT!? Hugh Mungus is a humongous, tropical, full-bodied IPA brewed with loads of flaked oats, wheat, and milk sugar, all added to create a delicate and creamy bed in which the vanilla and hops can really integrate. But it’s best to get HR involved, because it’s not just a vanilla IPA…it’s tropical harassment!Reeeeaaaad more..
Å drikke Jungle Juice er som å få et slag i trynet av Rambo! Dette er vår tropiske Imperial IPA med massevis av tropiske og fruktige humlesorter og havre, men som er helt robbet for karamell og spesialmalt. En Imperial IPA i østkyststil. Et lettdrikkelig øl, med masse trøkk fra humlen.Cheers!
Imperial Stout with Chocolate, Orange, and Vanilla
Krampus is an imperial stout sent to punish your tongue. If you’re really unfortunate, you may even be abducted. Krampus is our tribute to Saint Nicholas’ dark helper. A powerful experience on its own, or with everything sweet and good.Cheers!
India Pale Ale brewed with Grape Juice
Nelson MandALEa is an IPA with loads of Nelson Sauvin hops on the nose. To enhance the characteristic Nelson Sauvin flavor, we’ve also added grape. It can be said that Nelson MandALEa’s exceptional flavor is apartgrape, and aparthop, although MandALEa’s unique grist profile (enhanced by wheat and oats) aims to subvert the role of both […]Reeeeaaaad more..
Pisswasser is our craft pilsner. We have added orange peel, lemongrass, and a small dose of oats and wheat to give it a special softness. The noble hop Saaz in combination with the tropical hop Mosaic gives the pilsner style an exciting and hoppy twist.I wanna drink it!
In a dystopic and crime-ridden Oslo, a terminally dank hop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by dissolved lupulins. He is RoboHop. Part hop. Part machine. All dank. The future of flavor enforcement.Read more
Gose with Passionfruit
Salty Surprise is a beer inspired by the traditional German beer style, gose. The beer (obviously) has a bit of a twist, in the form of passionfruit. This comes in addition to kettle souring (with cultures from Biola yoghurt) and the traditional addition of salt and coriander. Salty Surprise is most recently brewed at Arendals […]Read more
Imperial Milk Stout with Chocolate, Vanilla, and Coffee
Imperial stout with oats, wheat, molasses, lactose, vanilla beans, espresso from Jacobsen and Svart, and cocoa. A seriously over-the-top imperial stout! Brewed most recently at Dugges Ale & PorterbryggeriReeeeaaaad more..
Milk Stout with Cinnamon and Vanilla
Seasonal Stash is our attempt at a Norwegian store-strength beer (< 4.7% abv) bearing the same qualities as the stronger, darker beers in our portfolio. Seasonal Stash is brewed exclusively for Gulating. It is a sweet stout with a delicate hint of cinnamon and vanilla. The name is an anagram. Of what is for you […]Read more
Shoryuken (or Rising Dragon Fist) is a kettle-soured beer with dragonfruit and lychee. Its dragonfruit forward, lychee-down, and dragonfruit-lychee-down -forward nose work in unison to deliver the full Shoryuken motion: a tart uppercut to the jaw. Thankfully it’s complemented by a Tatsumaki of fruity flavor to pick you right back up again. Even though we’ve […]Read more
Smells Like Bean Spirit
Imperial Brown Ale with Coffee and Lactose
Smells Like Bean Spirit is an imperial brown ale brewed with enough craft coffee to blow your brains out. American and English hops, along with a little dose of lactose to help blend the coffee-bomb of a nose with the malt base. A perfect beer on its own, or paired with strong cheeses and sweet […]Cheers!
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Belgian Witbier with Peach, Vanilla, and Lactose
A Belgian witbier brewed with peach, vanilla, and lactose, in addition to the more traditional ingredients of wheat, flaked wheat, flaked oats, torrified wheat, belgian yeast, chamomile, orange peel, and coriander. An Imperial wit with a punch! This beer has also taken over for the 4.7% edition that we have fazed out.Mmmm... yummy
American Pale Ale
Our tribute to campy 80s movies and Troma, the world’s worst film producer. A light, easy-drinking and fresh pale ale, hopped rigorously with Citra and Mosaic. A bit of peach is added after primary fermentation in a typical Cervisiam twist.Mmmm... yummy
Vanilla Gorilla is a nearly-hypertonic sports Berliner Weisse, only we’ve replaced the milk protein with milk sugar, and substituted salt for enough vanilla pods to tame your inner brute. He’s got the grains to bring the gains, and the yeast to keep you greased, but the sharp lactic tartness is what will really leave you […]Cheers!