Visited a few times, though it’s usually not open for the public, make sure to call and schedule something instead of just hopeing to show up. Owners are super friendly though and the brewery is very nice to visit if possible.
AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 10/10 OVERALL 20/20
Is Narke just hype surrounding one beer? Is Kaggen really that good? Questions I asked myself as I set out upon an epic journey. Narke is located about 2.5 hours north of Stockholm by train. A small residential town, not much to look at. Fits Narke perfectly as its a located in a small wharehouse district. An 8.5 by 11 sign announces their presence, otherwise you would have no clue they were there. The brewery itself is very small, you can barely fathom that they produce beer there. The brewery offers paid tours, check out their website for price and details. HG and Berith are the married owners and do the tour, which is basically a tasting with them describing their beers. On the wall they have laminated beer sticks that they use as tap handles. They grab the sticker and give it to people as they try the beer. Each beer has a story behind it and is hand drawn by Berith. They are both incredibly nice and knowledge providing for an outstanding experience. We got to try several different beers and it was quickly learned that almost all Narke beers are as high class as Kaggen and Stormakts. They are expanding their capacity so hopefully we can start getting some beers here soon.
Narke is well worth the trip to meet some world class brewers and people