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Everyone loves Baldur, the lovely, beautiful, well-born son of Odin and Frigg.
He is considered invulnerable, because Frigg took a promise from every living creature not to hurt him.
But Loki knows that she forgot the mistletoe, and at his behest, the blind Hödur accidentally kills his own brother Baldur with the branch. The pain in Asgard is endless. The gods try by all means to bring Baldur back from Hel's realm of the dead. In vain.
Baldur symbolically stands for summer, for light, for warmth and the joy of life. His death heralds the coming winter. But Baldur's return at the end of Ragnarök is certain.
We dedicate our Märzen to Baldur, the god of light. It is a palatable homage to summer, light and the joy of life.
We hopped with Pekko, a complex, aroma-rich hop named after the Finnish god of fertility.
Skál og Kippes!