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The Drinkable Country at Ramsvik
Bartender Josefin Thorén from Bar Bruno at The Drinkable Country table in Ramsvik on the west coast.
Photo credit: Gustaf Björlin/Badass Food Stories/Visit Sweden

The Beverage Experts

Meet the four creators behind the drink recipes in this open-air bar experience, all representing different parts of Sweden.

Rebecka Lithander – Southern Sweden

Rebecka is an acclaimed sommelier with a strong sense of taste, now working at the locally praised restaurant Mutantur in Malmö. Before joining Mutantur, she worked at the two-star Guide Michelin restaurant Daniel Berlin in Skåne.

Bar Bruno – Western Sweden

Bar Bruno is a small, cosy bar located in Gothenburg, wholeheartedly dedicated to cocktails. No matter if you’re in the mood for a classic drink, or looking for a new experimental taste experience, Bar Bruno is the cocktail bar for you. The interior has a classic, timeless feel and adds to that homey, intimate atmosphere.

Tjoget – Eastern Sweden

For the past five years the popular Tjoget, located in Stockholm, has been on the list of The world's 50 best bars*. It’s described as a sophisticated, but not pretentious, place that never ceases to amaze, and its resumé is filled with awards to prove it.

*The World’s 50 Best Bars provides an annual ranking of bars as voted for by more than 500 drinks experts from across the globe. The list represents the ultimate international guide to the world’s top bars and drinking destinations.

Emil Åreng – Northern Sweden

Emil, with roots in the northern coast town Umeå, was named Sweden's best bartender in 2015. He most recently came from Cadierbaren at the historic Grand Hôtel in Stockholm, where he was the Creative Director. He is the author of the cocktail book "Salongs i Norrland", which was named Best Cocktail Book in the World in 2016.

The Drinkable Country

Welcome to the world’s largest open-air bar.

Our Tables and Bars

Reserve your seat at the Drinkable Country table of your choice. Currently, we have eight tables and bars from north to south.