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Pühaste

History of Pühaste

Pühaste is an Estonian brewery founded in 2016 by Eero Mander, a former homebrewer, and co-founders Üllar Kaljurand and Lauri Eidermann. Before that, Eero parntered with another Estonian breweries as Põhjala and then Lehe, Õllenaut and Tanker, producing a series of gypsy brews in order to fund his brewery. The name Pühaste means holy in Estonian, and it's the name of the village where Eero started brewing, fifty km away from their current location in Tartu, a town famous for being home of the historical Le Coq brewery.