Estonian Beers

9 Items

Sori Brewing Beautiful Bellini

Sori Brewing Beautiful Bellini
Sori Brewing Beautiful Bellini
5.5%
440ml
Estonia

Sori Brewing Blind Doctor

Sori Brewing Blind Doctor
Sori Brewing Blind Doctor
12%
330ml
Estonia

Sori Brewing Magnificent Margarita

Sori Brewing Magnificent Margarita
Sori Brewing Magnificent Margarita
5.5%
440ml
Estonia

Sori Brewing Pareto Port Wine

Sori Brewing Pareto Port Wine
Sori Brewing Pareto Port Wine
12.5%
330ml
Estonia

Sori Shadow Game V: Almond & Holmen Coffee Heaven Hill Bourbon BA

Sori Shadow Game V: Almond & Holmen Coffee Heaven Hill Bourbon BA
Sori Shadow Game V: Almond & Holmen Coffee Heaven Hill Bourbon BA
13%
330ml
Estonia

Sori Shadow Game VI: Cacao & Ceylon Cinnamon & Coconut Heaven Hill Bourbon BA

Sori Shadow Game VI: Cacao & Ceylon Cinnamon & Coconut Heaven Hill Bourbon BA
Sori Shadow Game VI: Cacao & Ceylon Cinnamon & Coconut Heaven Hill Bourbon BA
13.2%
330ml
Estonia

Sori Shadow Game VII: Honeycomb & Tonka Bean Imperial Stout Heaven Hill BA

Sori Shadow Game VII: Honeycomb & Tonka Bean Imperial Stout Heaven Hill BA
Sori Shadow Game VII: Honeycomb & Tonka Bean Imperial Stout Heaven Hill BA
13.1%
330ml
Estonia

Sori Shadow Game VIII: Estonian Apple and Bison Grass Heaven Hill Bourbon BA

Sori Shadow Game VIII: Estonian Apple and Bison Grass Heaven Hill Bourbon BA
Sori Shadow Game VIII: Estonian Apple and Bison Grass Heaven Hill Bourbon BA
13.8%
330ml
Estonia

Sori x Seven Island Polyphemus Imperial Stout Heaven Hill Bourbon BA

Sori x Seven Island Polyphemus Imperial Stout Heaven Hill Bourbon BA
Sori x Seven Island Polyphemus Imperial Stout Heaven Hill Bourbon BA
13.5%
330ml
Estonia

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Estonia doesn’t have a long and illustrious brewing tradition unlike the European beer heavyweights. Historically, people would brew beer at home as a form of water purification before commercial breweries took off and centralised beer to just 2 or 3 breweries. Then, craft beer happened. Tired of the lack of options, and the tastelessness of that which was available, Estonian homebrewers gained the confidence to stand up and be counted, setting up their own breweries to compete with the established breweries. Põhjala were first out of the gates in 2011 and they helped establish the Estonian’s reputation for big flavourful brews, never compromising on taste or quality of ingredients. Estonian crafter beer has been going from strength to strength ever since, with breweries popping up almost every week and the quality of beer ever rising.