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Danish farmhouse ale

Posted in Beer on 2015-08-16 12:35

Old Danish house, Svendborg, Denmark

Danish farmhouse brewing appears to be almost entirely dead today, but it was once thriving all over Denmark, and it died fairly recently. Apart from one very brief summary hidden in a Danish dialect dictionary I don't know of any attempt at a comprehensive description of this brewing culture. So when I discovered that extensive ethnographic surveys of Danish farmhouse brewing existed in two places in Copenhagen I spent three days photographing 126 separate responses in order to get a picture of Danish farmhouse ale.

126 responses is actually a lot of data, so I haven't yet had time to go through all of them, but I've analyzed 21 in detail. The most startling thing is how similar they are. I found 3 different processes, where one dominates totally (17 responses), and another is only very slightly different (2 responses). This is in total contrast to the data from Norway, where everything differs wildly from response to response.

Survey responses (just a fraction), National Museum, Copenhagen

Of course, this is easily explained. In Norway, people live in deep valleys between high mountain plateaus, or in between huge forests. Internal communications were quite difficult, and in places downright dangerous. Denmark, on the other hand, is flat as a board and very densely populated. One could easily walk from village to village. This is obviously going to produce a more homogenous beer culture.

Another clear difference is that in Denmark it was much more common to buy the malts and the hops. Again, the geography is a large part of the reason. A local maltery could serve a much larger population in Denmark, and thus be more profitable. Similarly, transporting hops around in Denmark was vastly easier than in Norway. One thing that stands out in the material is how many people would buy hops from itinerant hop merchants from Funen. These would drop by at roughly the same time every year, allowing people to stock up at a predictable time.

Everyone, however, appears to have had their own yeast, in exactly the same manner as Norwegian kveik. Many different methods were used for preserving the yeast: yeast rings (just like in Norway), drying on a brick, drying on a straw ring, or keeping it in a pot. Pitch temperatures appear to have been in the 25-37 C range. Unfortunately, all of these yeast strains now seem to have died.

The Danish brewing process

I've outlined the brewing process in the diagram above. Basically, it's the most straightforward raw ale process, where one starts with a simple infusion mash. Then, the mash is moved to the strainer, and run off directly into the fermenter. Hops are boiled in water on the side, to make hop tea, which is then added to the fermenter. Cool the wort, then pitch the yeast.

The Danish strainer, drawing by Jens C. Andersen, Gylling (from the collection at the University of Copenhagen)

The term "strainer" needs some explanation. It's really a lautering tun, but farmhouse lautering tuns are different from the commercial ones, so I've chosen to adopt Odd Nordland's term for it. In Denmark it seems to near-invariably be shaped as in the drawing above. It's a deep wooden vessel, placed on a kind of stool. In the bottom of the vessel, off to one side, is a hole, closed by sticking a rod into it. Lifting the rod allows the wort to run off into the bucket below the stool. The filter in the strainer is straw in Denmark, usually tied in a ring around the rod, sometimes weighted down with stones. Usually there is more straw loosely piled on the bottom and the ring.

Even though this was raw ale many people write that in March/April people would brew a beer called "gammelt-øl" (literally "old beer"), which was stored until autumn. This was brewed the same way as the ordinary beer, but stronger, and with more hops. So this is a raw ale that was intended to be stored for six months. Clearly it is possible to brew raw ale that lasts at least that long.

In large parts of Norway people would brew only a few times a year, because they didn't have enough grain to brew more often. In Denmark this doesn't appear to have been a concern at all, so people would brew once a month, or every three weeks, or when the beer ran out. As far as I can tell, only barley was used. This is probably because people didn't have problems growing barley the way people did in Norway.

Woman brewing (press photo from Den Fynske Landsby)

It seems that one of the uses for the beer was to serve it to servants, probably as part of their pay. One respondent writes that "it was said about some rather stingy people that they always had sour beer, because then their servants wouldn't drink so much."

One striking thing is the near-total absence of juniper. Juniper was used in nearly all farmhouse ales in Norway, and it was widely used in at least parts of Sweden. In Denmark the only place they mention juniper is Bornholm, which is so far east it's actually closer to Sweden than to Denmark proper. So probably that's due to influence from Sweden.

It's clear from the responses that in the 19th century people brewed all over Denmark, except the island of Anholt. The reason is probably that the soil on Anholt doesn't allow agriculture, so there was no grain to brew from. The respondent writes that people might brew for weddings, but if so they would buy the malts on the mainland.

Danish country house (by Koburg on Wikimedia Commons)

So what happened to all this brewing? That's difficult to say. Most places it had died out already at the time the responses were written. Per Kølster found an old woman on northern Funen who was still brewing in 2005, so probably the tradition is not yet entirely dead, but that's the only sign I've ever seen of it still being alive anywhere.

One response, however, is quite striking. It's from Bredstrup, just outside of Fredericia on Jutland. The response is written in 1971, and the respondent writes that lots of people are brewing, even young people. The young people make it a point of honour to brew better beer than others. The local yeast was still alive, too. That's over forty years ago, however, so who knows what's happened since. I've tried contacting local home brewers to see if I can learn more.

There is a lot more information in the responses, but I think this is enough for one blog post. From what I've seen of the responses so far there is enough information to write a small book on Danish farmhouse ale. That will have to wait, though.

Below is a map of all the responses. Update: The red dots are for AFD (University of Copenhagen) responses, blue for NEU (National Museum), and the single black dot is the brewer Per Kølster visited.







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Comments

Matt - 2015-09-10 18:48:02

Was there any indication how long the hop tea was boiled for, or the amount of water to hops etc? I'm assuming there were not timed hop additions to the hop tea.

Lars Marius - 2015-09-11 02:24:28

@Matt: In general people haven't described the boiling of the hop tea very much, but the impression I get is that they would use 2-3 liters of water, and boil for about an hour. I'd need to analyze this more carefully to say anything more. Note that batch sizes seem to typically have been around 150 liters.

Chris - 2016-01-22 08:17:46

It's a shame that you haven't found the same kind of active farmhouse brewing as you did in Norway. Based on your research, have you tried to recreate any Danish beer?

Lars Marius - 2016-01-22 08:23:16

@Chris: I've found a few indications that it might still be alive in northern Funen, but I haven't followed those up yet. I've yet to attempt to recreate the beer, since I haven't found any modern versions to copy. But it's definitely worth trying.

Ulf Reese Næsborg - 2016-06-29 15:47:27

Have you seen this video, detailing the brewing process? There's nothing new or revolutionary in it, but at least it shows the tradition being alive (or, at least remembered) eight years ago. It's from Otterup on northern Funen. Let me know if you need something translated. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hku8dguRnTY

Lars Marius Garshol - 2016-06-29 15:52:25

@Ulf: No, I hadn't seen this one. Thank you! This is great stuff! I'm going to Denmark next week, and will make sure to get in touch with the local history society in Otterup.

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379 - Bromme
NEU 30234
379 - Bromme
NEU 30234
379 - Bromme
NEU 30234
379 - Bromme
NEU 30234
948 - Hårslev
NEU 29075, NEU 3136
948 - Hårslev
NEU 29075, NEU 3136
948 - Hårslev
NEU 29075, NEU 3136
948 - Hårslev
NEU 29075, NEU 3136
355 - Nordby, Samsø
NEU 29072, NEU 972
355 - Nordby, Samsø
NEU 29072, NEU 972
355 - Nordby, Samsø
NEU 29072, NEU 972
355 - Nordby, Samsø
NEU 29072, NEU 972
529 - Lyderslev
NEU 28854
529 - Lyderslev
NEU 28854
529 - Lyderslev
NEU 28854
529 - Lyderslev
NEU 28854
183 - Sæby, Lejre
NEU 28799
183 - Sæby, Lejre
NEU 28799
183 - Sæby, Lejre
NEU 28799
183 - Sæby, Lejre
NEU 28799
584 - Næstelsø
NEU 20448
584 - Næstelsø
NEU 20448
584 - Næstelsø
NEU 20448
584 - Næstelsø
NEU 20448
332 - Sjællands Odde
NEU 15131
332 - Sjællands Odde
NEU 15131
332 - Sjællands Odde
NEU 15131
332 - Sjællands Odde
NEU 15131
592 - Sværdborg
NEU 12018
592 - Sværdborg
NEU 12018
592 - Sværdborg
NEU 12018
592 - Sværdborg
NEU 12018
581 - Toksværd
NEU 11874
581 - Toksværd
NEU 11874
581 - Toksværd
NEU 11874
581 - Toksværd
NEU 11874
603 - Bårse
NEU 10769
603 - Bårse
NEU 10769
603 - Bårse
NEU 10769
603 - Bårse
NEU 10769
934 - Uggerslev
NEU 10472
934 - Uggerslev
NEU 10472
934 - Uggerslev
NEU 10472
934 - Uggerslev
NEU 10472
163 - Kirkerup
NEU 6790
163 - Kirkerup
NEU 6790
163 - Kirkerup
NEU 6790
163 - Kirkerup
NEU 6790
473 - Krummerup
NEU 10443
473 - Krummerup
NEU 10443
473 - Krummerup
NEU 10443
473 - Krummerup
NEU 10443
339 - Faarevejle
NEU 8141, NEU 5414, NEU 4359
339 - Faarevejle
NEU 8141, NEU 5414, NEU 4359
339 - Faarevejle
NEU 8141, NEU 5414, NEU 4359
339 - Faarevejle
NEU 8141, NEU 5414, NEU 4359
414 - Teestrup
NEU 5493
414 - Teestrup
NEU 5493
414 - Teestrup
NEU 5493
414 - Teestrup
NEU 5493
622 - Keldby
NEU 5201
622 - Keldby
NEU 5201
622 - Keldby
NEU 5201
622 - Keldby
NEU 5201
16 - Karlebo
NEU 4209
16 - Karlebo
NEU 4209
16 - Karlebo
NEU 4209
16 - Karlebo
NEU 4209
294 - Kirke Helsinge
NEU 4175
294 - Kirke Helsinge
NEU 4175
294 - Kirke Helsinge
NEU 4175
294 - Kirke Helsinge
NEU 4175
351 - Tranebjerg
NEU 4093
351 - Tranebjerg
NEU 4093
351 - Tranebjerg
NEU 4093
351 - Tranebjerg
NEU 4093
288 - Havrebjerg
NEU 4083
288 - Havrebjerg
NEU 4083
288 - Havrebjerg
NEU 4083
288 - Havrebjerg
NEU 4083
81 - Snostrup
NEU 3408
81 - Snostrup
NEU 3408
81 - Snostrup
NEU 3408
81 - Snostrup
NEU 3408
3264 - Oksbøl
AFD 35
3264 - Oksbøl
AFD 35
3264 - Oksbøl
AFD 35
3264 - Oksbøl
AFD 35
3254 - Hørup
AFD 34
3254 - Hørup
AFD 34
3254 - Hørup
AFD 34
3254 - Hørup
AFD 34
3243 - Ullerup
AFD 33
3243 - Ullerup
AFD 33
3243 - Ullerup
AFD 33
3243 - Ullerup
AFD 33
3213 - Havnbjærg
NEU 455, NEU 431, NEU 424
3213 - Havnbjærg
NEU 455, NEU 431, NEU 424
3213 - Havnbjærg
NEU 455, NEU 431, NEU 424
3213 - Havnbjærg
NEU 455, NEU 431, NEU 424
3208 - Notmark
NEU 429, NEU 426
3208 - Notmark
NEU 429, NEU 426
3208 - Notmark
NEU 429, NEU 426
3208 - Notmark
NEU 429, NEU 426
3206 - Asserballe
NEU 425
3206 - Asserballe
NEU 425
3206 - Asserballe
NEU 425
3206 - Asserballe
NEU 425
3224 - Felsted
AFD 32
3224 - Felsted
AFD 32
3224 - Felsted
AFD 32
3224 - Felsted
AFD 32
3202 - Hellevad
NEU 1431
3202 - Hellevad
NEU 1431
3202 - Hellevad
NEU 1431
3202 - Hellevad
NEU 1431
3201 - Vollerup, Ulkebøl
NEU 428
3201 - Vollerup, Ulkebøl
NEU 428
3201 - Vollerup, Ulkebøl
NEU 428
3201 - Vollerup, Ulkebøl
NEU 428
3132 - Højst
AFD 31
3132 - Højst
AFD 31
3132 - Højst
AFD 31
3132 - Højst
AFD 31
3118 - Løgumkloster
AFD 30
3118 - Løgumkloster
AFD 30
3118 - Løgumkloster
AFD 30
3118 - Løgumkloster
AFD 30
3112 - Rømø
AFD 29
3112 - Rømø
AFD 29
3112 - Rømø
AFD 29
3112 - Rømø
AFD 29
3102 - Møgeltønder
AFD 28
3102 - Møgeltønder
AFD 28
3102 - Møgeltønder
AFD 28
3102 - Møgeltønder
AFD 28
3088 - Vodder
3088 - Vodder
3088 - Vodder
3088 - Vodder
3055 - Rødding
AFD 27
3055 - Rødding
AFD 27
3055 - Rødding
AFD 27
3055 - Rødding
AFD 27
3018 - Vonsbæk
AFD 26
3018 - Vonsbæk
AFD 26
3018 - Vonsbæk
AFD 26
3018 - Vonsbæk
AFD 26
2697 - Hunderup
AFD 25, AFD 24
2697 - Hunderup
AFD 25, AFD 24
2697 - Hunderup
AFD 25, AFD 24
2697 - Hunderup
AFD 25, AFD 24
2665 - Ørum
2665 - Ørum
2665 - Ørum
2665 - Ørum
2622 - Næsbjerg
AFD 23
2622 - Næsbjerg
AFD 23
2622 - Næsbjerg
AFD 23
2622 - Næsbjerg
AFD 23
2559 - Stauning
NEU 5584
2559 - Stauning
NEU 5584
2559 - Stauning
NEU 5584
2559 - Stauning
NEU 5584
2370 - Brusk
NEU 7789
2370 - Brusk
NEU 7789
2370 - Brusk
NEU 7789
2370 - Brusk
NEU 7789
2354 - Bredstrup
NEU 28977
2354 - Bredstrup
NEU 28977
2354 - Bredstrup
NEU 28977
2354 - Bredstrup
NEU 28977
2353 - Erritsø
NEU 23283
2353 - Erritsø
NEU 23283
2353 - Erritsø
NEU 23283
2353 - Erritsø
NEU 23283
2224 - Taaning
AFD 21
2224 - Taaning
AFD 21
2224 - Taaning
AFD 21
2224 - Taaning
AFD 21
2145 - Alrø
AFD 20
2145 - Alrø
AFD 20
2145 - Alrø
AFD 20
2145 - Alrø
AFD 20
2135 - Odder
AFD 19
2135 - Odder
AFD 19
2135 - Odder
AFD 19
2135 - Odder
AFD 19
2119 - Malling
AFD 22
2119 - Malling
AFD 22
2119 - Malling
AFD 22
2119 - Malling
AFD 22
2077 - Elsted
AFD 18
2077 - Elsted
AFD 18
2077 - Elsted
AFD 18
2077 - Elsted
AFD 18
2032 - Helgenæs
AFD 17
2032 - Helgenæs
AFD 17
2032 - Helgenæs
AFD 17
2032 - Helgenæs
AFD 17
2027 - Knebel
AFD 16
2027 - Knebel
AFD 16
2027 - Knebel
AFD 16
2027 - Knebel
AFD 16
1999 - Anholt
AFD 15
1999 - Anholt
AFD 15
1999 - Anholt
AFD 15
1999 - Anholt
AFD 15
1985 - Voldby
AFD 14
1985 - Voldby
AFD 14
1985 - Voldby
AFD 14
1985 - Voldby
AFD 14
1568 - Aars
AFD 13
1568 - Aars
AFD 13
1568 - Aars
AFD 13
1568 - Aars
AFD 13
1484 - Nøvling
1484 - Nøvling
1484 - Nøvling
1484 - Nøvling
1351 - Thisted Landsogn
AFD 11
1351 - Thisted Landsogn
AFD 11
1351 - Thisted Landsogn
AFD 11
1351 - Thisted Landsogn
AFD 11
1259 - Jerslev
AFD 10
1259 - Jerslev
AFD 10
1259 - Jerslev
AFD 10
1259 - Jerslev
AFD 10
1242 - Vrejlev
AFD 9
1242 - Vrejlev
AFD 9
1242 - Vrejlev
AFD 9
1242 - Vrejlev
AFD 9
1154 - Humble
AFD 38
1154 - Humble
AFD 38
1154 - Humble
AFD 38
1154 - Humble
AFD 38
1153 - Lindelse
NEU 8823
1153 - Lindelse
NEU 8823
1153 - Lindelse
NEU 8823
1153 - Lindelse
NEU 8823
1150 - Langeland sønder
AFD 39
1150 - Langeland sønder
AFD 39
1150 - Langeland sønder
AFD 39
1150 - Langeland sønder
AFD 39
1144 - Tranekær
AFD 37
1144 - Tranekær
AFD 37
1144 - Tranekær
AFD 37
1144 - Tranekær
AFD 37
1077 - Svanninge
AFD 40
1077 - Svanninge
AFD 40
1077 - Svanninge
AFD 40
1077 - Svanninge
AFD 40
1068 - Nørre Broby
AFD 41
1068 - Nørre Broby
AFD 41
1068 - Nørre Broby
AFD 41
1068 - Nørre Broby
AFD 41
1058 - Braketrolleborg
AFD 42
1058 - Braketrolleborg
AFD 42
1058 - Braketrolleborg
AFD 42
1058 - Braketrolleborg
AFD 42
1047 - Drejø
NEU 28980
1047 - Drejø
NEU 28980
1047 - Drejø
NEU 28980
1047 - Drejø
NEU 28980
1035 - Egense
AFD 43
1035 - Egense
AFD 43
1035 - Egense
AFD 43
1035 - Egense
AFD 43
1011 - Dreslette
AFD 45, AFD 44
1011 - Dreslette
AFD 45, AFD 44
1011 - Dreslette
AFD 45, AFD 44
1011 - Dreslette
AFD 45, AFD 44
1004 - Ørsted
AFD 46
1004 - Ørsted
AFD 46
1004 - Ørsted
AFD 46
1004 - Ørsted
AFD 46
991 - Bågø
AFD 47
991 - Bågø
AFD 47
991 - Bågø
AFD 47
991 - Bågø
AFD 47
974 - Ingslev
AFD 48
974 - Ingslev
AFD 48
974 - Ingslev
AFD 48
974 - Ingslev
AFD 48
937 - Klinte
NEU 20768
937 - Klinte
NEU 20768
937 - Klinte
NEU 20768
937 - Klinte
NEU 20768
926 - Lunde
AFD 49
926 - Lunde
AFD 49
926 - Lunde
AFD 49
926 - Lunde
AFD 49
924 - Østrup
NEU 12336
924 - Østrup
NEU 12336
924 - Østrup
NEU 12336
924 - Østrup
NEU 12336
911 - Mesinge
AFD 50
911 - Mesinge
AFD 50
911 - Mesinge
AFD 50
911 - Mesinge
AFD 50
908 - Revninge
AFD 51
908 - Revninge
AFD 51
908 - Revninge
AFD 51
908 - Revninge
AFD 51
891 - Højby
NEU 10138
891 - Højby
NEU 10138
891 - Højby
NEU 10138
891 - Højby
NEU 10138
889 - Nørre Lyndelse
AFD 52
889 - Nørre Lyndelse
AFD 52
889 - Nørre Lyndelse
AFD 52
889 - Nørre Lyndelse
AFD 52
886 - Rønninge
NEU 3946, NEU 3255
886 - Rønninge
NEU 3946, NEU 3255
886 - Rønninge
NEU 3946, NEU 3255
886 - Rønninge
NEU 3946, NEU 3255
882 - Åsum
NEU 31410
882 - Åsum
NEU 31410
882 - Åsum
NEU 31410
882 - Åsum
NEU 31410
878 - Vissenbjerg
NEU 8196
878 - Vissenbjerg
NEU 8196
878 - Vissenbjerg
NEU 8196
878 - Vissenbjerg
NEU 8196
864 - Pårup
AFD 53
864 - Pårup
AFD 53
864 - Pårup
AFD 53
864 - Pårup
AFD 53
842 - Horbelev
NEU 14781
842 - Horbelev
NEU 14781
842 - Horbelev
NEU 14781
842 - Horbelev
NEU 14781
832 - Idestrup
AFD 54
832 - Idestrup
AFD 54
832 - Idestrup
AFD 54
832 - Idestrup
AFD 54
789 - Toreby
AFD 57, AFD 56
789 - Toreby
AFD 57, AFD 56
789 - Toreby
AFD 57, AFD 56
789 - Toreby
AFD 57, AFD 56
788 - Radsted
NEU 2608
788 - Radsted
NEU 2608
788 - Radsted
NEU 2608
788 - Radsted
NEU 2608
787 - Majbølle
NEU 24044, NEU 21775
787 - Majbølle
NEU 24044, NEU 21775
787 - Majbølle
NEU 24044, NEU 21775
787 - Majbølle
NEU 24044, NEU 21775
769 - Fejø
NEU 2610
769 - Fejø
NEU 2610
769 - Fejø
NEU 2610
769 - Fejø
NEU 2610
767 - Østofte
AFD 58
767 - Østofte
AFD 58
767 - Østofte
AFD 58
767 - Østofte
AFD 58
752 - Tågerup
NEU 8503
752 - Tågerup
NEU 8503
752 - Tågerup
NEU 8503
752 - Tågerup
NEU 8503
736 - Utterslev, Lolland
NEU 11852
736 - Utterslev, Lolland
NEU 11852
736 - Utterslev, Lolland
NEU 11852
736 - Utterslev, Lolland
NEU 11852
733 - Sandby
NEU 13903
733 - Sandby
NEU 13903
733 - Sandby
NEU 13903
733 - Sandby
NEU 13903
724 - Avnede
AFD 59
724 - Avnede
AFD 59
724 - Avnede
AFD 59
724 - Avnede
AFD 59
721 - Søllested
NEU 24348
721 - Søllested
NEU 24348
721 - Søllested
NEU 24348
721 - Søllested
NEU 24348
717 - Græshave
NEU 29065, NEU 28925
717 - Græshave
NEU 29065, NEU 28925
717 - Græshave
NEU 29065, NEU 28925
717 - Græshave
NEU 29065, NEU 28925
713 - Arninge
NEU 7318
713 - Arninge
NEU 7318
713 - Arninge
NEU 7318
713 - Arninge
NEU 7318
684 - Aaker
NEU 2277
684 - Aaker
NEU 2277
684 - Aaker
NEU 2277
684 - Aaker
NEU 2277
662 - Rutsker
NEU 19951
662 - Rutsker
NEU 19951
662 - Rutsker
NEU 19951
662 - Rutsker
NEU 19951
625 - Magleby
NEU 2712
625 - Magleby
NEU 2712
625 - Magleby
NEU 2712
625 - Magleby
NEU 2712
624 - Borre
AFD 60
624 - Borre
AFD 60
624 - Borre
AFD 60
624 - Borre
AFD 60
612 - Mern
AFD 62
612 - Mern
AFD 62
612 - Mern
AFD 62
612 - Mern
AFD 62
593 - Kastrup, Vordingborg
AFD 63
593 - Kastrup, Vordingborg
AFD 63
593 - Kastrup, Vordingborg
AFD 63
593 - Kastrup, Vordingborg
AFD 63
583 - Holme-Olstrup
AFD 64
583 - Holme-Olstrup
AFD 64
583 - Holme-Olstrup
AFD 64
583 - Holme-Olstrup
AFD 64
547 - Kongsted
AFD 65
547 - Kongsted
AFD 65
547 - Kongsted
AFD 65
547 - Kongsted
AFD 65
545 - Fåkse
AFD 67, AFD 66
545 - Fåkse
AFD 67, AFD 66
545 - Fåkse
AFD 67, AFD 66
545 - Fåkse
AFD 67, AFD 66
525 - Strøby
AFD 5
525 - Strøby
AFD 5
525 - Strøby
AFD 5
525 - Strøby
AFD 5
442 - Høve
AFD 4
442 - Høve
AFD 4
442 - Høve
AFD 4
442 - Høve
AFD 4
33 - Ramløse
AFD 1
33 - Ramløse
AFD 1
33 - Ramløse
AFD 1
33 - Ramløse
AFD 1
Agernæs
Gerda's recipe from Agernæs