Influencer event with yoga

Monday June 24th, 2019, the brand marketing agency bybabba, the DJ group Ladies Love Hiphop and the app Bumble arranged an influencer meeting at Artipelag.

The guests arrived by bus, had a yoga class on the rooftop and then enjoyed brunch at Artipelag Restaurant and ended the day by seeing the exhibition FORNASETTI Inside Out Outside In.

Artipelag has hosted influencer meetings several times and if you are interested in a similar arrangement, please do not hesitate to contact us at

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Bådan Café & Patisserîe in White Guide 2019

We are pleased that Bådan Café & Patisserîe is in this year´s edition of White Guide, which annually reviews Sweden´s restaurants and cafés.

“If the main purpose of visiting Artipelag is to have coffee? Yes! The new Pastry Chef at the art gallery, Annie Hesselstad, has raised the ambitions at the sweet counter to a level corresponding to everything else of beauty there is to see here. With the small advantage that everything is edible. Here you find pastries resembling desserts in season topped with or flavoured with wild-picked herbs or flowers, “fika” classics like carrot cake and brownies that have been jacked up several notches, classic buns, Danish pastries and their own take on croissants. The coffee is made by baristas at the coffee counter, roasted by Kersh Roasters in nearby Gustavsberg, the apple juice is local and the seating area in a fabulous archipelago environment – lovely.“

Organic Sloe Flavoured Beer

Together with the nearby Värmdö Brewery, Artipelag has developed a brand new beer flavour. Let us introduce Artipelag Organic Lager, with a taste of sloe.

The beer, which is a lager, contains handpicked sloes from Artipelag’s surroundings, and the juice from the berries has been added to the beer. Artipelag’s sommelier Tim Good describes the beer as light, flowery, sweet and fresh. Tim has been involved in the process, and has also handpicked the sloe berries.
– The beer should be enjoyed at 8–10°C, in peace and quiet, Tim says.

Sloes – sticky and uneatable berries

Brewing beer may take anything from four weeks up to half a year or even several years. It all depends on what kind of beer and which ingredients the beer will contain. The sloes for Artipelag’s beer are picked in late autumn. The sloe bushes grow in Artipelag’s surrounding coastal landscape and belong to the Rose family, which can be recognized by their sharp thorns and dense thickets. They bloom with beautiful little white flowers from May to June. In September, the berries are ready to be picked, but unfortunately they do not taste very good when eating them raw. The taste comes best forth when the berries are boiled.

The sloe flavoured Artipelag Organic Lager is sold exclusively at Artipelag Restaurant and at Bådan Café & Pâtisserie. You are welcome to try it!

Locally Produced Beer

Värmdö Brewery was founded by a group of childhood friends in 2012. Located at Säbyviken on Ingarö in the Stockholm archipelago, it is a genuine archipelago brewery. The facility also houses an apple cider mill.

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