Gypsy & Contract Brewers

Please note: no further updates are being performed on our database, starting January 6th 2021.

There was a time when the list of gypsy breweries in Romania contained one glorious name: Bereta Brewing.
However, 2018 saw a rapid rise in contract brewing, with a steady continuation into 2019, and while these lads don’t have a brewery of their own just yet, they surely deserve their own page. And with the Gypsy Program kicking off at Ground Zero, as well as other breweries opening their doors to various nomads, this list is sure to grow in the months to come. 

Here are the 28 gypsy* & contract** brewers you will find in Romania, as follows:

Gypsy brewers in Romania:

Acan Brewing
Antidot Brewing Co.

Bere Artizanală Acord
Birofil GypsyBrewer
Blackout Brewing

Brews Brothers
Dead Men Hops
Doi Flăcăi

Gravity Rise Brewing
Low Frequency Brews

Maktoob Brewing
Metanoia Brewing
MUSAI Brewery
Mystic Mash

Neuron Mash
Owl Brewery
Passenger Brewery
Primordial Brewing
Propaganda Brewery
Strange Companion
Sunstone Alehouse
Takezo Art

Ultima Brewery
White Collar Brewing

Gypsy brewing abroad:
Szenttamási Aranykakas


*A bit of clarification regarding gypsy breweries:
All gypsy brewers have their beers made in one of the stand-alone craft breweries listed in our database. Some of them have their own company (SRL) with the relevant NACE/CAEN codes for either brewing or distributing beer, but not all. They also design their own recipes, and often partake in the brewing process. This list does not include homebrewers, or individuals brewing one-off batches with breweries, such as the beers made through the Bereta BBC program.

**A bit of clarification regarding contract breweries:
The contract breweries mentioned above are typically bars and shops that have a separate company (SRL) for beer retail, and regularly have batches brewed by their parent breweries. Shops that provide one-off customized labels for clients, bands, bars, restaurants, cafes, even online shops such as Berero Store, are not listed due to the fact that they are occasional clients without a core range, and the beers they provide are often just custom labels for already existing beers. You can find their beers listed under the page of the main brewery making them, yet we do not consider them ‘full-time’ contract brewers.