Interest in craft beer has steadily grown in Stockholm over the past while to the point that, within five years, every beer within the city limits will be micro-brewed and come with a bearded man to lecture you for five hours about every step of its history before you are allowed to taste it. Nöjesguiden’s Ölmässa is the holy grail of beer festivals in the city, a two-day celebration of everything craft-related. It features microbreweries from all over Sweden, who will be exhibiting their wares and telling their unique stories at the festival.
By purchasing a ticket which will give them a slot to tour the exhibition hall, visitors will get to try some of the best beer in Sweden, as well as enjoying excellent food.
Nöjesguiden’s editor-in-chief Pelle Tamleht says: “I’m looking forward so much to this edition of Ölmässan. We will have 20 or so exciting exhibitors, and moreover we have a huge set of surprises planned. In other words, it’s going to be better than ever.”
Nöjesguidens Ölmässa, Jan 27-28, Nordic Light Hotel. Tickets available here.