The Swedish beer is part of the Kopparberg family, which is best known in the UK for its cider offering. But that is all set to change. The Kopparberg brewery was founded back in 1882 during Sweden’s initial brewing boom, the Kopparberg Byggeri, where Fagerhult is brewed, also produces the best selling lager in the Swedish market – Sofiero Original.
Made with the finest barley, malt, yeast, hops and water, Fagerhult is packaged in a fuss free, stubby gold and black can emblazoned with an elk head. The 330ml can taps into the growing trend for canned beers and lower volume options as consumers opt for quality over quantity. Fagerhult has a fresh and clean malty taste, an ABV of 4.8%, and is best-served ice cold and sipped straight from the can.