At least it used to be home. I moved to Oslo more than 20 years ago, but when I visit Trondheim and the surrounding region, especially just when everything is turning green, I get nostalgic.
But I am not getting into that today, I’d just like to inform you that the Inderøy Gårdsbryggeri has officially opened. I’ve mentioned their first three brews before, and they promise an English ESB and a stout in a month or so if you happen to pass by. Their beers are also available at a few restaurants and pubs in Levanger and Trondheim – and they have a licence to sell it directly to thirsty travellers too, albeit with limited opening hours.
I have managed to get hold of their first beers, which I’ll blog about as soon as I get around to a proper tasting. I tried two so far, and they were very nice.
Later in the year, Trondhjem Mikrobryggeri is celebrating its 10th anniversary. They plan to do that with a special hoppy brew, which should be available around the beginning of December.