A recently closed and emptied supermakeret proved to be a healthy space to put it all together. The building would have room to grow and had refrigeration systems vital to production of quality of beer. Located in Kotsøy the brewery would need a name and an identity. Tormod Leithe from Dynamis Designs was brought to the table. He designed a logo that had the four elements as branches around a central core. The four branches represent the four valleys around Forollhogna, the four main ingredients of beer, and the founders of the business. Respectively the core, our product, comes from the branches of dedicated people and quality ingredients.
As the branches of this design came together so did the brewery. Selecting to can the beer, a 100% light and oxygen barrier for ultimate quality protection of the product a large investment of 1,000,000 kroner was used to purchase a new canning line. While waiting for the canning line the brewery began producing beer. A delay forced the new brewery to bottle 3 of the first batches in glass. As November came and 2016 was closing to an end the canning line arrived and production began in earnest with the first 3 fermenters, made from converted dairy tanks.