Almost open for business!

Bretty Fingers is extremely close to releasing its first beers onto the market.

I've been behind the scenes with not much social media presence (and for that I apologize) working hard at being certified to produce and release my beer, and the necessary paperwork and registrations seem to be nearing the final stages. Soon, you'll be able to find Bretty Fingers in Sweden and at the year's exciting schedule of beer festivals.

The farm is looking beautiful in the dead of winter.

The farm is looking beautiful in the dead of winter.

The first two beers to reach you all will be very special indeed: the first edition of Tribe of Goat, a dark, tart saison with figs, will be aged on rum barrels - as well as a Bière de Garde, a maltier, stronger amber saison with mild funk and crisp, spicy character from French saison yeast, aged in bourbon barrels (think of sipping on an Old Fashioned).

Rum and bourbon barrels line the walls.

Rum and bourbon barrels line the walls.

Sacks of grain are lying on the shelves.

Oak barrels are lined up and being neutralized.

Yeast is being propagated.

Bottles are soon to be filled.

Thank you for helping make 2017 the year that Bretty Fingers is brought to life.