If you are into local beers, local foods and the inside knowledge of Reykjavik and Iceland then this is the tour for you.
This popular tour is based at the Bryggjan Brugghus in the heart of Reykjavik Old Harbour and is perfect for foodies and beer nerds, not to mention those that are looking to learn a little more about the Icelandic culture, customs and current affairs.
Your Icelandic host will mix and match the history of Icelandic ales and modern craft beers with stories about how Icelanders survived in this hard land surrounded by turbulent seas in the high north. The event is informal and your host will discuss anything and everything under the arctic sun, take questions and give honest advice about traveling and enjoying Iceland.
During the event you will taste at least six different beers and ales, each drink paired with a locally sourced and prepared Icelandic sampling course, served “Tapas” styled.
You will taste fish caught earlier the same day from the pier outside the window. Also on the menu is the Icelandic lamb, bred wild and free in the mountains and volcanoes of Iceland, giving it a taste like no-other.
- You will have the opportunity to try six different Icelandic micro brewed beers, each of them paired with a local delicacy
- Some food samples are included with the tasting, however, this is an appetizer. Bryggjan Brugghus also has a great menu to choose from after the beer tasting
- A local host/guide
- Beer tasting of six different Icelandic beers brewed with love
- Six Icelandic courses locally sourced and cooked by Bryggjan Brugghus chefs and served “Tapas style”
- Good times
Age limit: 20 years old (As the drinking age is 20 in Iceland, it is advisable to have you ID with you)
Bring with you: A good mood