A really long time ago...
a fellow called Erik Axelsson Tott founded a castle in Savonia. The year was 1475 and the castle was named St. Olaf.
Knightship, fighting and all sorts of skirmish were in fashion. People preferred beer over water (duh). Beers and ales of the castle’s own brewery were enjoyed all across eastern Finland with great thirst.
Cut to 2015. The legendary castle still stands on an island in the middle of Lake Saimaa. A group of jolly fellows visits the site. They too, like those before them, like they mugs filled with beer instead of water. They get inspired by the folklore of the castle, thus a modern brewery called Olaf is born. Once again, the beers of Savonia region are brewed. The rest – dare we say it – is history.
(PS: formerly know as Mustanvirran Panimo) Show Less