Helsingborg’s Brewery was founded by bank manager S.H Hafström in 1850. It was one of three breweries in Sweden to start making bottom-fermenting beers, and the company soon developed into a large brewery with many types of beers. The very first beer was of Bavarian type.
The company grounds had a brook and a small pond. During the winter when the water froze, the ice was used to keep the brewery’s wort chilled. For a while, beer was stored in the cellar of the medieval tower of Kärnan in Helsingborg. Even today one can see traces of the old entrance in the building’s eastern wall.
Helsingborg’s Brewery was founded by bank manager S.H Hafström in 1850.
Helsingborg’s Brewery buys the Kloster Brewery in Ystad, which was later sold in 1907.
The brewery is appointed purveyor to his majesty the king Oscar II.
The brewery is appointed purveyor to his majesty the crown prince Gustaf.
The brewery has an exhibition pavilion at the Helsingborg Industry and Art Fair, and received a gold medal.
The brewery is appointed purveyor to his majesty the king Gustav V.
The brewery is appointed purveyor to his majesty the crown prince Gustav Adolf.
Some local breweries merge in to the stock company Skånebryggerier.
The brewery is bought by the Pripps brewery and keeps running until the 1970s when it is closed down.
The new Helsingborg’s Brewery is starting to take shape.
We produce our first beer, the ”Helsingborgs Lager”. The same year Lager, was awarded ”Best Pale Lager” at the Gothenburg beer festival.
Helsingborgs Bryggeri was awarded “Marketer of the year” in good coorporation with the agency AddEmotion 2.0.
Export to Norway of our Kaffestout begins.
During Stockholm Beer and Whisky Festival 2015 was our Funky Monkey awarded Gold in the category “Ale, modern style” and our Witbier was awarded Bronze in the category “Wheat beer”.