LERVIG has gradually evolved into a leading craft brewery in Norway and Europe. The brewery has gone from being established as a reaction to the loss of the local brewery Tou (now owned by Carlsberg co.), to becoming an internationally recognised brewery that extends far beyond Norway's borders. Since it opened in 2003, around 200 different beers have been brewed at LERVIG, focusing on innovation and pushing boundaries for what beer can be. Today, our range is between 25-30 different beers, with everything from traditional Pilsner and fruity IPA to full-bodied barrel-aged stouts. Voted one of the 100 best breweries in the world Based on feedback given by hundreds of thousands of consumers, LERVIG has been voted one of the 100 best breweries in the world according to Ratebeer.com in 2014 and 2017, as well as having the best beer in Norway and two of the best beers in the world. In addition, we hold seven placements on top 10 beers in Norway based on consumers' preferences. We are keen to make beers that stand out and therefore focus on taste and quality. We experiment with new flavours, combining beer with all types of food. We want people to drink less, and drink better. A big part of our production at LERVIG goes to export, and it's available in over 30 different countries throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Today, LERVIG is Norway's largest independent small-scale brewery with a production of about 2 million liters of beer a year. You can find our products in most of the bars and restaurants in Stavanger, in addition to super markets and "Vinmonopolet".  Additionally, in our bottleshop at the brewery. Visit LERVIG is located in Hillevåg, Stavanger. It's possible to book a private tour at the brewery in the evening, both on weekdays and weekends - for groups of at least 10 people. We also organise a short production tour during office hours for small groups. Contact us at tour@lervig.no

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  • Vierveien 1
  • 4016 STAVANGER
51 81 25 00


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