is a Faroese brewing company
based in Klaksvík
. Apart from beers the company also produces soft drinks. It was established in 1888 in Klaksvík
In 1883 Símun F. Hansen went to Denmark to learn the art of brewing and baking. Upon his return in the Faroe Islands in 1888, he established his own brewery in Klaksvík, the second to be established in the country. The first brewery was Restorffs Bryggjarí.
In 2009 Föroya Bjór opened an office in Reykjanesbær and started exporting its products in Iceland.
The name of the brewery means The Beer of the Faroes. The ram is the symbol of Föroya Bjór since its establishment.
The company's factory in Klaksvík
Old beer bottles
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