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Fur Bryghus

The History of Fur Bryghus

The family owned FUR Brewery opened on the 30th September 2004.

The red wooden building, designed by the architect Gunnar Glan, was inaugurated in 1926.

As from the beginning the two-storeyed building contained a grinding plant, laboratory and office. There was also a railway, engine shed, smithy, five drying barns, crew house and a discharging jetty.

The smithy and the crew house have been kept and you can still find some traces in the landscape from the other buildings. The trains which drove on the railway are still left in the area and can be seen at the old smithy. The landscape around Fur Molerværk tells about the geology and the industry during the latest 100 years. The building is well-preserved and a good representative for the early industrial buildings.

Today it is the beer, which is flowing in the building and it has made the place well-known everywhere in Denmark. Fur Bryghus receives yearly between 30-40,000 guests.

Opening hours 2018

January

 

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

Closed

   

February

 

1.-11. february:

12.-18. february: Lunch hour (winterbreak, week 7)

19.-28. february:
Monday to wednesday
Thursday to sunday: Lunch hour

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

Closed

11.30-15.00

Closed
11.30-15.00

 

   

March

 

Monday to wednesday
Thursday to sunday: Lunch hour

29.-31. march: Large Easter buffet
29.-31. march: Lunch a la carte
29.-31. march: Night a la carte

29.-31. march: Public guided tour

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

Closed
11.30-15.00

11.30-16.00
11.30-16.00
18.00-21.00

10.30-

 

   

April

 

Monday
Tuesday to sunday: Lunch hour
Sundays: Large lunch buffet

1. april: Public guided tour

1.-2. april: Large Easter buffet
1.-2. april: Luncha la carte
1.-2. april: Night a la carte

7. april: Hikingday at Fur with large lunch buffet

7. april: Saturdaymenu
14. april: Saturdaymenu
21. april: Saturdaymenu
28. april: Saturdaymenu

27.-28. april: Public guided tour

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

Closed
11.30-15.00
11.30-16.00

10.30-

11.30-16.00
11.30-16.00
18.00-21.00

09.30, 10.00, 10.30, 11.00 and 11.30

18.00-
18.00-
18.00-
18.00-

10.30-

 

   

May

 

Monday
Tuesday to sunday: Lunch hour
Sundays: Large lunch buffet

10.-12. may: Public guided tour
19.-20. may: Public guided tour

18.-21. may: Lunch a la carte
18.-21. may: Night a la carte

20. may: Large whitsun lunch buffet
21. may: Large whitsun brunch

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

Closed
11.30-16.00
11.30-16.00

10.30-
10.30-

11.30-16.00
18.00-21.00

11.30-16.00
10.00-15.00

 

   

June

 

Monday
Tuesday to sunday: Lunch hour
Sundays: Large lunch buffet

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

Closed
11.30-16.00
11.30-16.00

 

   

July

 

1.-6. july
Monday to sunday: Lunch hour
Sundays: Large lunch buffet

7.-31. july
Summer hours
Lunch a la carte
Night a la carte

The kitchen is closed between 16.00-18.00

14. july-5. august: Summer buffet

Monday to thursday (Week 28-32): Public guided tour

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

11.30-16.00
11.30-16.00

11.30-21.00
11.30-16.00
18.00-21.00

 

11.30-16.00

10.30-

 

   

August

 

Monday to thursday (Week 28-32): Public guided tour

4. august: Summerconcert

1.-11. august:
Summer hours
Lunch a la carte
Night a la carte

The kitchen is closed between 16.00-18.00

12.-31. august:
Monday to sunday: Lunch hour
Sundays: Large lunch buffet

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

10.30-

11.30-

11.30-21.00
11.30-16.00
18.00-21.00

 

11.30-16.00
11.30-16.00

 

   

September

 

Monday
Tuesday to sunday: Lunch hour
Sundays: Large lunch buffet

1. september: Day of the beer
15. september: Beatles Night
29. september: Chef meetup

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

Closed
11:30-15:00
11.30-16.00

12.00-17:00
18.30-
 

 

   

October

 

Monday

5. october: Roast pork (Stegt flæsk) ad libitum
12. october: Roast pork (Stegt flæsk) ad libitum
19. october: Roast pork (Stegt flæsk) ad libitum
26. october: Roast pork (Stegt flæsk) ad libitum

1.-14. october:
Tuesday to sunday: Lunch hour
Sundays: Large lunch buffet

15.-21. october (fallbreak)
Monday to sunday: Lunch hour

16.-19. october: Public guided tour

22.-31. october:
Monday to wednesday
Thursday to sunday: Lunch hour

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

Closed

18.00-
18.00-
18.00-
18.00-

11.30-15.00
11.30-16.00

11.30-16.00

10.30-

Closed
11.00-15.00

 

   

November

 

1.-18. november:
Monday to wednesday
Thursday to sunday: Lunch hour

10. november: Concert with Lars Lilholt
24. november: Gourmet Christmas dinner

24. november: Christmas dinner

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

Closed
11.30-15.00

21.00-
18.30-

11.30-16.00

 

   

December

 

1. december: Christmas dinner
8. december: Christmas dinner
15. december: Christmas dinner

Open every day to companies over 20 pers.

11.30-16.00
11.30-16.00
11.30-16.00

 

Selected Products

Fur ALE

Fur Ale is a top fermented beer of the type Bitter & English Pale Ale. Calm and clear beer with a colour like red golden amber. Bubbling with a thick cream-coloured froth and fine laces with long durability. Smell of well-balanced hop nuances with a bottom of roasted malt. Aromatic and fruity taste with a full bitter fresh finish of hop. English inspired Ale brewed on three different types of malt and three types of hop, which are being added three times.

Alc. 5,3% vol.

The front image is a fossil of a dragon-fly found in the moler on Fur. The fossil is more than 55 million years old.

Fur Barley Wine

Barley Wine is often the name of the strongest beer in the brewery and the FUR Barley Wine is no exception. We have chosen to illustrate this rare beer type with an image of one of the rarest find on Fur. A 30 cm long skull of a gigantic turtle found in 1957 by Magne Breiner, the first manager at Fur Museum and it is named after him: Eoasphargis Breneri. Strong hop experience with vinous warmth and a taste of dark malt, caramel and aniseed.

Alc. 9,5% vol.

Barley Wine is served as a dessert-beer or as an aperitif. FUR Barley Wine can be purchased now but do not lose any time as it will be in a limited number.

Fur Bock

FUR Bock is a bottom fermented dark beer of the type Bock. A clear and deep amber golden beer with a thick cream-coloured froth with long durability and fine laces on the glass. A deep malted smell with a fine experience of hop. Stout, round and malted taste with a full harmoniously finish of hop. German inspired Bock brewed on three different types of malt – for example caramel malt and classic bitter hop and flavour hop.

Alc. 7,6% vol.

The front image is a fossil of a crane fly found in the moler on Fur. The Fossil is more than 55 million years old.

Fur Frokost (Fur Lunch)

FUR Frokost (Fur Lunch) is a top fermented beer of the type Bitter Pale Ale. Calm and clear with a colour like red golden amber. Bubbling with a thick cream-coloured froth which makes fine laces on the glass. Fine nuances of hop with a smell of caramel malt, elder flower and fresh citrus fruit. A strong experience of hop, that continues in a body of slight sweetish caramel malt and with a finish of a bitter fresh, fine sweetish and well-balanced beer experience.

Alc. 2,6% vol.

The front image is a fossil found in the Moler on Fur. The fossil is more than 50 million years old.

Fur Hvede

FUR Hvede is a top fermented beer of the type wheat. A sparkled and unfiltered beer with a colour like red golden amber. Thick cream-coloured froth with long durability making fine laces on the glass. Stout but well-balanced smell of fruit and banana. Fresh aromatic and fruity taste with a slight acid finish. German inspired wheat brewed on four different types of malt and two types of hop, which are being added three times.

Alc. 5,6% vol.

The front image is a fossil of a zygopt found in the moler on Fur. The fossil is more than 55 million years old.

Fur Julebryg (Christmas Brew)

FUR Julebryg is a top fermented beer of the type Brown Ale. Dark ruby beer with a thick nut-brown froth with long durability making fine laces on the glass.  Taste of caramel with association to aniseed and liquorice. Round, warm and complex taste with a bitter sweet finish. Brewed on six different types of malt – smoke malt, caramel malt and chocolate malt – and six types of hop, both bitter hop and aroma hop which are being added three times.

Alc. 6,5% vol.

The front image is a fossil of a sequoia found in the moler on Fur. The fossil is more than 55 million years old.

Fur Lager

FUR Lager is a bottom fermented beer of the type Lager. Calm and clear beer with a colour like red golden amber. Bubbling with a thick cream-coloured froth with long durability making fine laces on the glass. Fruity smell with a fresh tone of flowers. Fresh, round and with a stout well-balanced taste of hop. A Lager beer inspired by the Central Europe brewed on three different types of malt – chocolate malt – bitter hop and flavour hop, which are being added four times.

Alc. 5,4 % vol.

The front image is a fossil of a spider wasp found in the moler on Fur. The fossil is more than 55 million years old.

Fur Porter

FUR Porter is a top fermented beer of the type Imperial Stout. Dark, mahogany coloured with a thick nut-brown froth with long durability and making fine laces on the glass. Fine smell of smoked malt and English liquorice. A full malted taste with an extra tone of smoked malt and English liquorice with a fresh finish. English inspired Porter brewed on five different types of malt – smoke malt, caramel malt and chocolate malt – and two types of hop giving the beer a fresh touch. The hop is being added two times.

Alc. 6,5% vol.

The front image is a fossil of a skater found in the moler on Fur. The fossil is more than 55 million years old.

Fur Påskebryg (Easter Brew)

FUR Påskebryg is a top fermented beer of the type English Strong Ale. Clear and amber golden beer with a thick cream-coloured froth with long durability and making fine laces on the glass. Good taste of dark malt and aroma hop with a finish of a good and bitter fresh hop experience. Brewed on three different types of malt – caramel malt – classic bitter hop and aroma hop.

Alc. 7,7% vol.

Fur Renæssance

FUR Renæssance is a top fermented beer of the type Brown Ale. Dark and red golden beer with a thick cream-coloured froth with long durability and fine laces on the glass. Smell of roasted malt and hop flowers.

Round and harmonious taste of for example smoke malt with a finish of stout hop nuances. Danish inspired Brown Ale brewed on five different types of malt for example smoke malt and five types of hop both bitter hop and flavour hop which are being added three times.

Alc. 6,2% vol.

The front image is fossils of wing snails, which are more than 55 million years old and have been found in the Moler on Fur.
The form of the snails has inspired the European mathematician Fibonacci to his famous sequence of numbers 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34 – the basis for “The golden section” in the art of Renaissance. With FUR Renæssance we are here on Fur celebrating the renaissance of the beer art.

Fur Steam Beer

FUR Steam Beer is a bottom fermented beer of the type Steam Beer. A clear and deep amber golden beer. Thick cream-coloured froth with long durability and fine laces on the glass. Warm aroma with a fine experience of hop. Stout and warm taste of dark malt with a strong harmoniously finish of hop.
FUR Steam Beer is brewed of three different types of malt among this caramel malt. FUR Steam Beer contains both classic bitter hop and flavour hop that give the fine smell and well-balanced finish. FUR Steam Beer gets a very careful filtration before bottling and pasteurization which is one of the important conditions to keep the fine and complex aroma in the beer.

Alc. 7,8% vol.