Lofotpils Brewery

If you’re a beer enthusiast, don’t miss this tour of Lofoten’s first craft brewery. Meet the owner of Lofotpils and learn how they brew the perfect beer.

  • Visit Lofotpils, a local brewery in the Lofoten islands.
  • Learn about the brewery’s history.
  • See how Lofotpils brews its quality beer on site.
  • Taste local beer in a beer-tasting session.
  • Season

    All year

  • Difficulty level

    Level 2: Moderate - some mobility needed

  • Duration

    40 min

  • Min. passengers


  • Max. passengers


  • Booking Code


  • From

    $ 79

  • Notices

    Guiding in Norwegian and English

As of 01.04.2022, the excursion Lofotpils Brewery will not be presold on day 4 of the voyage.
The excursion can be pre-booked on day 9 and you will find all information here.

All HR-SVJ4H excursions pre-booked before 01.04.2022 will be carried out as confirmed on your travel documents.

In 2006, a local beer enthusiast repurposed an old fish-landing facility from 1937 in the center of Svolvær, turning it into the site of Lofoten’s first brewery. On today’s excursion, you’ll meet the brewery’s owner, Thorvador, and take a tour of the building.

Our guided tour will take you around Lofotpils, the only craft brewery in Lofoten, where you’ll learn all about the beer-making process, from start to finish. You’ll also hear about the history of the brewery, and how the special conditions of Lofoten’s water made it possible to embark on this ambitious enterprise.

At the end of the tour, you’ll taste some of the beer brewed here in a beer-tasting session. All Lofotpils beer is brewed using fresh water from the Lofoten mountains. This gives the beer a fresh and unique taste, offering you the freshness and beauty of the mountains of Lofoten with every sip.


  • Disembarking port: Svolvær
  • Embarking Port: Svolvær
  • Available period: All year
    • Not available 12/23 – 01/01
  • Transportation: A short, 275-yard walk
  • Clothes/footwear: Comfortable shoes and warm clothing
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