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Old artisan skills

Taking care of the fields, growing barley, malting and brewing is old artisan skills- it’s an honor to be a part of that long tradition. 


All Gravity               

Bøgedal is Scandinavia’s only all-gravity brewery and is boiled over an open fire using local wood as fuel. Bøgedal’s brewing method is an attraction in itself, since the brew flows freely (all gravity), from vat to vessel, without pumping, creating different levels by use of hand-powered hoists and pulleys.


Real Craftbeer made by hand                            

Bøgedal is the only commercial brewery in the world that maintains the Old Danish tradition of brewing Godtoel or “the good beer” which predates the industrial age. This traditional beer is strong and very rich with many of the natural sugars still intact.

By restricting the reliance on technology and without temperature control Bøgedal tends to allow the beer to live its own life and develop naturally. The brews are never identical, even when the same recipe is followed. As each brew is unique, they are identified by the batch number printed on each label along with specific details of production such as the type of beer and hops that are used.

The secret is simply a deep communion with the raw ingredients and Gitte Holmboe works constantly to improve and refine the recipes.

 

Bøgedal brewed on barley from Nordic Gene Bank                  

Bøgedal have found a treasure trove of taste in the Nordic Gene Bank at Swallows Bart . Old Danish grains have opened up new flavors and possibilities for the beer and now Bøgedal produces malt that is not just malt, but a documentation of a Danish legacy.  But it takes patience for each new variety represents 5 years of careful labour - from the first planting to the brewing of 700 bottles of beer.
 

Over the next several years we plan to go on tasting and discovering in order to select the most interesting varieties. Bøgedal is eagerly anticipating the ability to grow and malt even more heritage grains. It will be a long journey, but since our production has been founded on an ethos of tradition and handcraft we are prepared to invest both time and care into producing a superior beer.


Many compare the taste of the first brew with champagne or top quality white wine. It is a delicate experience with interesting flavour notes that appear clear and clean side by side.


Exclusive production of 35.000 bottles annually                  

Bøgedal was founded in 2004, and has an annual production of a mere 35,000 bottles of 75cl. Each brew has a capacity of 800 bottles.

 

Descriptions of brews                                   


Bøgedal Hvede (Wheat)       

Type: Wheat beer
Aroma hops: Centennial and Pearl
Spices: Coriander seeds and orange peel
Alcohol: 6.2% -6.9%

A great wheat beer with a higher residual sweetness than a classic wheat beer and more fruity richness. Smells wonderful of wheat with splashes of orange. Very refreshing beer with an extra touch of spice in the finish.

Pairing: Especially good cold for sushi or Asian Food.
 

Bøgedal IPA#3   

Type: IPA
Dry hopped with Centennial
Hops: Centennial, Perle and Cascade
Alkohol: 6.7%
Bøgedal No 576
Bottles size: 37.5 cl

Light amber beer. It has an aromatic sweetness in the noose - honey-like and slightly vinous. A full-bodied, balanced and pleasant IPA with a good fresh hop profile with a balanced bitterness level.

Pairing: Excellent paired with all kind of food if not something very delicate. Good for lunch and Asian food.
 

Bøgedal Sour # 1 Only 37.5 cl sold out


Light sour yeast on fermented blackberry
Hops: Rearl and Cascade
Storage: 10 month on oak tree
1. fermentation on the tank of normal Alegær
2. fermentation on the Oak Barrels with a base of fermenting blackberry on local yeast
Alcohol: 7.1%
Bøgedal No. 525

Absolutely light beer with a perfectly sour level so it's a bit like champagne. It has notes of citrus, sour fruit and it has been on an oak tree for 10 months and has been given notes of wood.

Pairing: Aperitif, barbecue food, fish and light food.

 

Bøgedal No. 574     


Type: Dark Stout
Hops: Nugget, Pearl, Northern Brewer and Centenial
Malt: Pilsner, Munchner, Ruby and Goldmalt and Oatmeal
Spices: Muskovado and Caramel
Yeast: Trappist yeast
Alcohol: 6.7%
Bottles size: 75 cl

Malt and hops provide an intense aroma of vinous fertility, bitter chocolate and dark caramel. The beer have a deep black color and a dark rich beige-colored foam crown. Should be served at 10 - 12 degrees.

Pairing: Barbecue, slow food and oysters.

 

Bøgedal Guld  (gold)           

Type: Light beer brewed on Gold Barlye from Nordick Genbank
Malt: Gold Barlye Nordic Genbank No. 1480
Cultivated and malted Bøgedal without the use of pesticides
Hops: Centennial and Pearl
Dryhopped: Centennial
Alcohol: 7.5%
Brewed: 18/5 2017 Bottled: 30/5 2017
Bøgedal No. 572

A clean fine beer that tastes summer in Denmark, sun, honey, hops and cornfield. The hops are only added to support the malt body.

Pairing: Aperitif.

 

Bøgedal Tårnet or Bøgedal Rug  sold out  

Type: Pale ale with roasted rye from Nordic GeneBank
Grains: roasted and unroasted Petkus rye from Nordic Genebank No 7202
Hops: Pearl , Tettnang and Centennial
Malt: Organic Malt
Opskrift: Lys #8
Alcohol: 6.5 % and 6.8 %
Bøgedal No 545 and Bøgedal No 570

A mild, soft, elegant and tasteful pale beer that tastes of sun, barley field in the harvest, honey, dried fruits and flowers. This beer is one of our absolute favorites.

Pairing: Aperitif, lunch and food like salad, chicken, lamb.
 

Bøgedal OLDIPA            

Type: Pale ale after old UK IPA full body tradition
Aroma hops: Tettnang, Pearl and Cascade
Malt: Organic Malt
Alcohol: 7.2 %
Bøgedal No 573

Pale amber ale. Good full-bodied, balanced and pleasant beer with a mild bitterness. The beer has an aromatic sweetness in the nose. It has notes of apricots, flowers, citrus and honey - slightly vinous.

Pairing: Enjoyed as it is or to with meat such as poultry - classically prepared, root vegetables, pasta dishes, café food and mature mild cheese.

 

Bøgedal Old Ale     

Type: Dark
Hops: Pearl, Fuggles and Northern Brewer
Added: 10% Bøgedal No 492
Alcohol: 6.2%
Bøgedal No. 569
Recipe by: Allan Poulsen and Casper Vorting
Bottles size: 75 cl


Dark harmonious beer with a full body. Has a cream-colored foam. A good ripe beer, where all the taste impressions are balanced against each other. Taste of coffee, caramel and English liquorice and leather. Balanced with sweetness.

Pairing: Drink alone or Slow Food, red meat, pork, heavy cheese and dark rye bread.  


Bøgedal Dark Omegn (Sold only at Omegn, Torvehallerne in Copenhagen)

Golden beer with muskovado
Hops: Cascade, Northern Brewer and Pearl
Spice: Muskovado
Yeast: Trappist
Bøgedal No. 568

Dark golden beer for lunch and oysters with a taste of caramel and light bitter aftertaste. A complex flavor that lets the heat spread throughout the body and leave behind a perfect bitterness and acid balance.

Pairing: Oysters and other hunting and game menus as well as breakfasts.

 

Bøgedal No 555            

Type : Dark Epic Stout
Malt : pilsner , münchner- , caramel , black malt
Unmalted : Oat flakes and roasted rye
Hops : Nugget, Pearl and Northern Brewer
Sugar: Muscovado
Brewer : Allan Poulsen and Casper Vorting
Alcohol : 8.3%
Brewed : 9/3 2017 Bottled: 28/3 2017


This beer is inspired by the Russian imperial stouts. It is brewed with generous amounts of malt -, münchner-, caramel and chocolate malt and roasted barley, rolled oats. It is then strongly hopped with varieties of Nugget, Pearl and Northern Brewer. Malt, hops and alcohol combine to create an intense aroma of vinous fruitiness, bitter chocolate and dark caramel. A beer with a full body and a powerful rich taste. The interesting thing is that in spite of its complexity it manages to appear fresh and soft.

Pairing: A harmonious beer to drink alone or to Slow Food or blue cheese.


Bøgedal Porse (Murica Gale)  

Type: Pale ale with sweet gale
Hops : Centennial, Pearl and Tettnang
Spice : Myrica gale
Bøgedal No 553 og 554

Light grain yellow pale ale. A wonderful harmonious and vinous beer that tastes of fruit, flowers, honey and Myrica gale.

Pairing : Enjoyed ice cold from the fridge with Danish rye bread open sandwich.

 

Bøgedal Lakrids         

Type: Dark beer with Trappist yeast and Licorice
Hops: Centennial and Pearl
Spices: Licorice, Muscovado and orange peal
Yeast: Trappist yeast
Alcohol: 7.2%
Bøgedal No 550+

A masculine beer with elegance. Heavy dark brown beer with the aroma of coffee, sugar cane and licorice root. A sweet harmonious enjoyment. It has a fresh scent of coffee, chocolate, fermented tobacco, caramel and a tangy undertone of licorice root.

Pairing: to slow food, grilled beef and pull Pork and heavy dishes.

 

Bøgedal Trap     sold out       

Type: Dark ale
Hops: Centennial, Northern Brewer and Pearl
Spices: Licorice, muscovado, caramel
Alcohol: 7.5%
Bøgedal No 549

Dark brown beer with light brown foam. The aroma is saturated by coffee, dark malt, dark chocolate and licorice. A strong "clean" body with a good acids. Tastes of dark chocolate, dark roasted coffee som går English licorice and ends with a taste of caramelized sugar. The aftertaste is pleasant: coffee / chocolate-like without being bitter.

Pairing: Drunk at the fireplace or to slow food.

 

Bøgedal No 540         

Type: Dark muscovado (ale)
Aroma hops: Centennial and Pearl
Spices: muscovado
Alcohol: 5.4 %
Recipe: Dark#1

Chocolate brown beer. Have a nice smell of vanilla and cocoa beans. At first it taste of dark chocolate and roasted coffee than comes anise and it ends with a taste of caramelized sugar.

Pairing: Dark chocolate desserts, slowfood or to foir gras with sweet accessories.
Voted Denmark's Best beer of Slow Food Denmark.

 

Bøgedal Beniano       

Type: Dark beer (ale)
Hops: Centennial and Pearl
Spice: Extract of cocoa beans from wild and ancient Beniono trees in the Amazon and muscovado sugar.
Alcohol: 5.4 %
Bøgedal No 540

An excellent beer with a creamy texture. The beer smells of vanilla and cocoa beans. It has clear notes of darker chocolate and roasted coffee. Leaves with a taste of caramel and dark, but not bitter chocolate.

Pairing: Drink it instead of coffee, for example, to all desserts with dark chocolate and dried fruits or to Mexican and Indian food.

 

Bøgedal Gylden #1    Out of Stock     

Type: Golden ale
Hops: Pearl and Cascade
Malt: Organic Malt
Alcohol:

Copper colored beer. Has a noose of caramel, dried peach / apricot and summer flowers. The first flavor that hits the palate is a wonderful feeling of freshly ground mild coffee, followed by a taste of caramel syrup. It has undertones of light dark chocolate in the aftertaste.

Pairing: Firm cheeses such manchego and comté with pickled sweet fruits. Slow food and braising of various meat types.

 

Bøgedal IPA, IPA#1 and IPA#2   Out of Stock  

Type: IPA
Bøgedal IPA: After fermented with fresh hops from Bøgedals hop yard
Bøgedal IPA #1 and IPA#2: Dry hopped with Centennial
Hops: Nugget, Centennial, Pearl, Northern Brewer
Alcohol: 5.7% and 6.7%

Light amber beer. It has an aromatic sweetness in the noose - honey-like and slightly vinous. A full-bodied, balanced and pleasant IPA with a good fresh hop profile with a balanced bitterness level.

Pairing: Excellent paired with all kind of food if not something very delicate. Good for lunch and Asian food.

 

Bøgedal No 550        Out of Stock 

Type: Dark beer with Trappist yeast
Hops: Centennial and Pearl
Spices: Muscovado and orange peal
Yeast: Trappist yeast
Recipe: Dark # 5
Alcohol: 7.2%

Chocolate brown beer with a noose of vanilla, orange and coffee. Strong-tasting beer with notes of dark roasted coffee, tobacco, chocolate and licorice root. It leaves you with a taste of caramelized sugar and orange.

Pairing: to slow food, grilled beef and pull Pork and heavy dishes.

 

Bøgedal No 561    Out of Stock        

Type: Golden Caramel
Hops: Pearl, Cascade and Tettnang
Spices: Caramelized sugar
Malt: Organic Malt
Alcohol: 6.7%
Recipe: Golden # 2

Dark golden beer with a noose of caramel and cane sucker. This beer has an aromatic flavors of caramel, cappuccino and chocolate, Calvados and malt. Its without much bitterness. Truly a lovely beer that fills the mouth and leaves a pleasant heat in the body.

Pairing: Pork jaws and other braised meats, lamb with root vegetables, Indian lamb dishes.


Bøgedal Hyld      Out of Stock 

Type: Golden ale with elder flowers (Hyld in Danish) and orange
Hops: Pearl and Cascade
Alcohol: 6.6%
Spices: Elder Flowers and orange

Copper colored seductive beer that smells of elder flowers, early summer and a touch of orange. Great creamy beer with a balanced taste of caramel and orange. It has a deep aftertaste of sun-ripened elder flowers and orange.

Pairing: Drunk as it is or to lamb and café food.


Bøgedal No 508     Out of Stock   

Type: Pale ale
Malt: Barlye and wheat malt
Hops: Perle and Cascade
Alcohol: 6.7%
Recipe: Light # 9
Bøgedal the same recipe: 464, 488

A harmonious, tasteful super elegant beer that smells of citrus and dried apricot. The taste is fresh, with notes of dried fruits, orange, new field harvested barlye and flowers.

Pairing: Non heavy food, lunches and aperitifs.


Bøgedal 10 år (years)   Out of Stock    

Type: Pale beer (ale)
Malt: Langelands barley NGB No 9511.1 grown on Boegedals fields, floor malted and brewed at Boegedal in 2014
Aroma hops: Centennial, Tettnang and Pearl
Alcohol: 6.3%
Brew No: 229

A pure fine beer that tastes of summer in Denmark, sun, honey, bumble bees and field. The hops are added only to support the malt body. A beer pointing back at the last 10 years of work to build a beer-farm and towards the next ten years, where the ambition is to change the perception of beer to an even higher level.
 


Bøgedal No 532 Golden Winter  Bottles out of stock  

Golden Winterbeer with muscovado and Trappist years
Hops: Cascade, Northern Brewer and Pearl
Spice: Muscovado
Yeast: Trappist
Bøgedal No 532
Alcohol: 6.8 %

Dark golden beer is a complex powerful taste experience. Bøgedal No 532 allows the heat to spread throughout the body and leaves a perfect bitterness in the mouth. The acid balance is perfect to the salty slightly sweet food.


Bøgedal Jul#3   Bottles out of stock  

Type: Dark ale
Hops: Centennial, Northern Brewer and Pearl
Spices: Licorice, muscovado, caramel and 12 bottles Bøgedal No 477

Dark brown beer with light brown foam. The aroma is saturated by coffee, dark malt, dark chocolate and licorice. A strong "clean" body with a good acids. Tastes of dark chocolate, dark roasted coffee som går English licorice and ends with a taste of caramelized sugar. The aftertaste is pleasant: coffee / chocolate-like without being bitter.

Pairing: Drunk at the fireplace or to slow food.

 

Bøgedal Jul#1    sold out    

Type: Dark Christmas beer
Hops: Northern Brewer
Spice: Orange and muscovado
Alcohol: 7.2%
Recipe: Dark # 8

Dark brown beer with dark brown foam. Have a sweet taste of orange and coffee. A deep and full-flavor tast of coffee latte, caramel and a good rest Sweetness. It ends in a light bitter and spicy smoked sensation. Fills the top of the palate and sits in the mouth for a long time. A harmonious beer with a good balance between sweetness and acid.

Pairing: Good for christmas meals or goose.

Copy of Bøgedal No. 103, which got 6 stars in Berlingske, became the year's Christmas beer Jyllandsposten.
 

Bøgedal 514  out of stock    

Type : Dark Sitio Canaa ale
Coffee: Sitio Canaa coffee comes from Tim Wendelboe Oslo
Spices : muskovado and extracts of coffee beans
Hops : Cascade, Perle and Northern Brewer
Alcohol : 8.3%
Yeast: Trappist yeast

Dark beer with clear notes of coffee, sugar cane, very dark chocolate and roasted malt. Thick creamy full-bodied beer where coffee works piquant and elegant. Trappist yeast and coffee gives an intense flavor that lasts a long time.

Pairing : Drink it in front of the fireplace or to Slow Food and blue cheeses.
 

Bøgedal No 511  out of stock    

Type: Dark Trappist ale
Aroma hops: Cascade, Pearl
Spices: Muscovado, orange peels
Yeast: Trappist yeast
Alcohol: 7.7%
Recipe: Dark#5

A dark brown beer with fragrance of coffee, cane sugar, very dark chocolate and roasted malt. Viscous creamy beer, flavored with 75% dark chocolate, burnt caramel, dark roasted coffee, muscovado tobacco and smoked sensation.

Pairing: A harmonious beer to drink alone or to Slow Food or blue cheese.

 

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Private sales

We are open for private sale of minumium a box of beer at 6 pcs. Or more by arrangement.

If you want to buy beer please send an email to info@boegedal.com with your order. Write which beer you want to buy. It is of course possible to mix a box.

The BOX can be picked up at Bøgedal by appointment and paid in cash and by bank transfer.
It is also possible to have a box or more delivered with the Vingaloppen against payment of the shipping fee.
Write an email to info@boegedal.com. 

International shipping can be arrange but do try Boxbeer.com first, they have a better shipping price.

 


“…the brewery is Denmark’s smallest, but definitely among the most original”

Berlingske Tidende 


" When Casper Vorting guides you around the brewery, the mind tends to wander back to those seldom times that  you only experience in the cellar of a Mediterranean vineyard, when the winemaker proudly treats you to a tour of his cellar. This mysterious atmosphere and spirit is reflected in everything about the place: the brewing methods, choice of bottles, labels etc. It reeks of quality and a mature respect for the beers own character.”  

Henrik Bøegh,
Dansk Håndbryg


The world famous Danish Newspaper, Jyllands Posten, short and sweet, describes Bøgedal Beer as, “…a world class brew with depth and originality”,

Jyllands Posten


“Brewer master, Casper Vorting, has found a magic formula for beer, justifying its position as Denmark’s most costly. He doesn’t attempt to interpret an IPA, a monastery brew, a bock or for that matter any other type of beer. Beer from Bøgedal is Bøgedal Beer, in their own home-styled fashion. “

Jyllands Posten


Jan Filipe, Barley Wine, describes a Bøgedal Beer like this: “…is the only one in Denmark, maybe in all of Scandinavia that is remarkably singular, finding no points of reference among its fellows. Were we to find a parallel in the world of wines, it could be nothing less than a “Pingus-beer”.

Jan Filipe, Barley Wine