Brenni-Blog


Brennivin now available at DrinkUpNY.com

April 01, 2014 Joe S

Have you been waiting for Brennivin to be available near you, but you are not in the Jackson Hole area (or in Iceland!). Good news. You can finally get your hands on a bottle of Brennivin - The Original Iceland Spirit. Our friends at DrinkUpNY.com may be able to ship directly to you. Head on over, check out their blog, and order a bottle today. T-shirts, posters, Brennivin news and updates still available right here of course. And stickers coming soon....


Stýrikerfi @ ITPSpace in Jackson

February 28, 2014 Joe S

Brennivin America is very excited to be hosting the opening of Stýrikerfi  at the ITPSpace gallery in Jackson this Saturday, March 1st, from 7pm to 9pm. A solo exhibit of artist Christopher Meerdo, Stýrikerfi has been described in the Jackson Hole News & Guide as "different ways of looking at the landscape...being a tourist or a transplant or something, and Icelanders who see the landscape very differently.” Come join us Saturday evening. ITPSpace is located at  130 S. Jackson St., Jackson WY. Kær kveðja, Joe


In the news - Jackson Hole News & Guide, and AP!

February 22, 2014 Joe S

In this week's Jackson Hole News and Guide, writer Josh Cooper discusses Brennivin with The Rose's Jeff Grdinich, The Bird's Ted Hansen, and myself. Even better, it was picked up by the AP. Kær kveðja, Joe


Ahoy!

February 15, 2014 Joe S

It has been an exciting week for everyone here in Jackson WY, and in Reykjavik. Here's a shot of Árni loading up our first container, and a peek at one of the first bottles to come off the line with the new 2014 logo. This first shipment left Reykjavik on Friday, on its way to the USA on board the Westerkade. Follow her progress along with us on MarineTraffic.com. Kær kveðja, Joe


In the news - JH Weekly

February 01, 2014 Joe S

It was a really nice surprise to open up the local paper in Jackson Hole, the JH Weekly, and see a full color picture of a Brennivin bottle staring back at me. In a piece entitled "Black Death headed for Jackson", writer Jake Nichols warns locals, and visitors to Jackson, it's coming! Kær kveðja, Joe