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Closed in 1983 - reopened in 2006. A short summary of something sorely missed. However, thanks to the efforts of local enthusiasts, with a passion for history, culture and quality beer, the wait is over and Lillehammer Bryggeri has been reborn. The brewery operates on a smaller scale, but the beer is better - a lot better. Visit our pub and restaurant, and you will discover this for yourself. We are located in premises built in the 1850s, on a site where first a distillery was established and then a brewery in 1847. Originally, this was home to Hammer'n, a cotter's farm belonging to Hammer Farm from which the town derives its name. Lillehammer Bryggeri aims to provide its customers with an interesting…
We are on a tour and had dinner here. First I want to commend both of the men who talked to our group about beer and how it’s made and what makes it a Pilsner or an IPA. It was very interesting.
The sausage and...More
Make no mistake, this is THE place you want to have dinner or beer or both... when in Lillehammer! Believe it or not, the atmosphere was warm and welcoming, the service was super, look for Frank and thank me for ever!
We visited several breweries on this trip, but none was as quaint and fun as Lillehammer Bryggeri. The locals were so inviting. We learned of the history of the brewery and the history of Lillehammer, not to mention the beer was excellent. I am not...More
This gastropub is now 5 years based in the beginning of enthusiastic beer brewers. It is now made more permanent and the food is added as an offer on its own and not something to go with the beer. They brew 5 types from lager...More
This is the reviva lof the old Lillehammer Bryggeri,now a micro brewery with licence to serve aquavitt in unknown numbers.Local food, elk burger an a bratwurst from Ringebu and some local fish as well. Only open four days a week in the evenings. This is...More
Once we found the brewery which is tucked back off the road we enjoyed a couple of drinks brewed on the premises. They were both really good. Slightly rough around the edges but with a good after taste. Friendly service and locals. If you call...More