Welcome to our farm shop

For the company’s 100th anniversary in 2011, we opened the doors to our very own farm shop. In the farm shop you will find our wide range of beverages at affordable prices but also many other goodies such as biscuits, crispbread, fudge and chocolates from other local companies. Visit us and be inspired! The farm shop also serves as a hub for those of you who come on shopping visits to us at Herrljunga Drycker. Welcome!

Opening hours

Monday: closed

Tuesday: 11.00 – 16.00

Wednesday: 11.00 – 16.00

Thursday: 11.00 – 17.00

Friday: 11.00 – 15.00

Saturday: closed

Sunday: closed

First of May: CLOSED
Thursday 2 May
Open 11:00 – 14:45

Getting here

Östergårdsgatan 11

Visitor parking 
outside the shop. Vid 
event parking 
in the gravel parking lot
across the street. 

Our events

Every year we organise a number of events and weekends where we are open for extra business.
To keep track of upcoming activities in our farm shop follow us on Instagram or check out our Facebook page where we update you on all current events.

We arranges the gift

We customize gifts according to your wishes! Christmas baskets, birthday baskets and Teachers presents. Choose from several price ranges and we’ll fill your basket. Want to know more? Contact us at gardsbutik@herrljungadrycker.com

Welcome to a shopping visit

Are you a group/coach on the road and want to stop by the farm shop for some shopping? Welcome! When you arrive by bus, you will be welcomed into the shop and offered a welcome drink. Then you can browse through all the goodies and taste the beverages we’ve chosen for the season. The visit will take a little longer depending on how many of you there are. Please call to pre-book your visit if you are more than 10 people. If you wish to visit the farm shop outside the regular opening hours, please give us a call and we will agree on a day and time! Of course, the visit is free of charge!

Apple reception 2024

Here we update the information on our apple reception as the season approaches.
Thanks to all of you who submitted apples to us in 2023.

1. Harvest

The apples should be firm, juicy but not overripe. If the seeds are white, the apple is unripe. If the seeds are brown, the apple is ripe. An unripe apple is very tart with undeveloped sweetness.

It doesn’t matter if the apple is speckled, if they are small or just generally weird. They make must anyway.

Keep an eye out for core rot by inspecting the apple around the stem to make sure it hasn’t started to rot towards the core.

You can mix different varieties and put them in a cardboard box, basket or paper bag.

2. Sort

We do not: apples that are worm-eaten, apples from livestock pens, overripe apples, dark brown apples, apples that have started to rot

3. Compensation

For every kilogram of sorted apples, you get SEK 2.50 collected on a credit note that is valid when buying goods in Herrljunga Drycker’s farm shop. The voucher cannot be redeemed for cash.