New beverage partner for 2018

Dryckesloggor-med-svart-bakgrund_1.jpgToday we can reveal that for the 2018 festival, we have initiated a new partnership that will lead to a whole new assortment in our bars. Main partner is Falcon, which, together with Staropramen, The Brooklynn Brewery and Bumblebee, will represent the new and fresh beer assortment!We will also offer a new brand of Cider, namely Somersby. The non-alcoholic brands will be Pepsi, Zingo and Ramlösa. Naturally, we will also offer non-alcoholic beer and wine.

 

ABOUT THE NEW ASSORTMENT:


Falcon

The pride of Falkenberg, Sweden. Falcon is brewed on fresh spring water from the same spring that was chosen by the founder John L Skantze back in 1896.


Staropramen

Genuinne Czech premium lager. Brewed since 1869 in Prag, and today the most appreciated Czech beer in Sweden.


The Brooklyn Brewery

American craft beer at its best. With the watchful eye of mayor Garrett Oliver, their new flavors continue to stretch the boundaries for beer.


Somersby

Premium cider with pure, fresh flavors and a balanced sweetness. One of the fastest growing cider brands in the world.

We're back in business! Vacation is over and the Sweden Rock-office is fully staffed again. We hope you all had a wonderful summer?! Our own batteries have been charged for sure, and we're now super excited to continue building a great festival for 2019.
Published 21 August 2018 at 11:45
THANK YOU - vacation mode is on! Now it's time for some well-needed vacation for the Sweden Rock team. Before we temporarily close down the office for the summer, we will - as we always do - finalize the evaluation process. Every year we evaluate our festival, in order to further develop and improve our performance next year. Therefore, we would like to THANK everyone who has been in touch with us to pass on input! We read everything and appreciate your dedication. Besides, your comments become an important piece of the puzzle in the planning process for next year - so much appreciated! August 20th we'll be...
Published 9 July 2018 at 14:57
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