There are currently 31 operational craft and artisan breweries in Romania, however this is a number that is set to rise, so be sure to check back for regular updates!
For the list of gypsy and contract brewers, have a quick look-see over here.
The smallest craft brewery in the country, Amistad are based in Bucharest and offer an impressive range of 7 different beers.
The only brew pub in Cluj-Napoca, and the second oldest brewery in the country, they serve a range of beers and fantastic food.
One of the four craft breweries in Cluj-Napoca, they have brewed for almost 2 years in Hungary, before relocating to Cluj at the beginning of 2018.
The first craft brewery based in Bucharest, Sikaru have been producing a range of different beer styles over the last few years, and can now be readily found in supermarkets across the country.
A tiny craft brewery based in Constanta, their range is brewed and bottled following very traditional techniques, which makes its availability around the country quite scarce.
A small brewery tucked away in the natural beauty of Transylvania, Lăpușna is a rare beer that is worth seeking out.
Traditional, natural beer that started off on a small scale, they can now be found in supermarkets across the country.
The fourth independent brewery in Sibiu launched in August of 2018.
Romania’s first gypsy brewers, and brewers of Ratebeer’s Best Beer In Romania 2016 and 2017, they opened their own brewery in Timișoara in 2018.
Brewing Belgian style beers, Capra Noastră are the first craft brewery based in Iași.
Currently the largest artisan brewery in the country, with an impressive output of 5000 hectolitres per year.
Third craft brewery to open in Iași, their beers are currently only available on tap, but slowly making their way into bars and shops around the country.
Brewing a range of tasty medicines in Timișoara, Clinica de Bere was the first craft brewery to emerge onto the Romanian market, back in 2011.
One of the best known craft breweries in Romania, and Ratebeer’s Best Brewery in Romania 2016.
Creators of a wide range of diverse, world class craft beers, Hop Hooligans are pushing the boundaries and introducing the Romanian market to exciting new styles.
The first craft brewery in Cluj Napoca, Hophead produce a range of consistently excellent beers and some special seasonal treats.
The newest brewery to open in Cluj-Napoca, at the end of 2017, their range is slowly working its way in gaining popularity across the country.
Introducing the first micro-brewery to Braşov, Mustața de Bere are slowly but surely trickling into the local market and beyond.
The second brewery operating on-site in Sibiu, their Belgian style range was launched in April of 2018.
Purveyors of more traditional styles, brewed in Roman, Nemțeana’s pilsners and lagers have become a familiar sight in many pubs and bars in cities across the country.
Although making small scale batches since 2017, this small brewery in Bucharest only started making a proper appearance on the market in April of 2018.
Fresh from Buzău, these guys have made their debut at the end of 2017.
After taking home several awards from various homebrewing competitions, these guys finally revealed their range of Belgian beers to the market in December 2017.
After several experimental batches and an apprenticeship in Croatia, this Bucharest brewery joined the craft beer scene and made their beers available commercially in May of 2018.
Based in Bucharest, Perfektum currently produce a small range of great beers, but are looking to be broadening their horizons as the years pass.
The Bucharest craft beer scene is bubbling with new additions. Keep an eye on these lads and their beers due to launch at the end of August 2018.
First open in 2005, this brewery in Iași is among the first independent breweries in the country.
Offering a growing range of beer styles from around the world, all of which can also be enjoyed in the beer garden attached to the brewery.
The first brewery in Sibiu to start brewing on site, their 3 beers range has been available on the market since the end of 2017.
A new addition to the Bucharest craft beer scene that launched in May 2018.
One of the first craft brewers in Romania, Zăganu emerged way back in 2013. They offer a range of traditional beer styles, as well as some more modern seasonal ales.