This little story from Estonia is a real success story. What started as a private project of four homebrewers and beer aficionados soon exploded into a major project. The fine beer of the Estonians hit sales figures that exceeded all expectations to such an extent that they have had to increase and expand their brewing capacities several times since they were founded in 2011. No problem for the guys from Tallinn!
To pay homage to their Estonian roots, they have been inspired by the breathtaking nature of Estonia and the local cuisine. Their dedication is reflected both in the list of ingredients in their beers and in the design of the labels. Magnificent landscapes and abstract structures of organic origin adorn the bottles - paired with the minimalist logo, they are quite an eye-catcher. And the design doesn't promise too much: in their public favorites like the Öö Imperial Baltic Porter or the Uus Maailm , only the best ingredients can be found, but also a full load of taste. A special eye-catcher is the label of Must Kuld - the expert botanist will immediately notice the dark grain of malt, everyone else will look with big eyes at something that looks confusingly similar to female shame. Pure nature in every sense.