This page is divided into two sections: first, Viking breweries, and second, individual Viking beers (also arranged by parent brewery).
Full blown Viking-inspired breweries:
German brewery in Schleswig inspired by the Vikings of Hedeby.
Ekim Brewing Company
Australian microbrewery born of Danish Viking heritage.
Danish brewery with a Viking dude on its labels. Rumors on the web that they once produced an Odin Pilsner.
Fearless Brewing Company
Oregon brewery, fearless in their brewing and drinking abilities, just like the Vikings.
Hammerheart Brewing Company
Minnesota brewery thematically dedicated to Viking metal and Bathory.
Danish microbrewery in the town of Herslev, near Roskilde and the Viking Ship Museum. Nice Norse-carving inspired artwork.
This brewery is about as Viking as it gets (site is Danish only).
Norse Brewing Company
Relatively new brewery in North Carolina that properly takes its inspiration from Old Norse culture.
Odin Brewing Company
Seattle based brewers paying proper homage to the Allfather himself. They’re so into it, their website even has a Norse mythology primer for those not in the know.
York brewers inspired by the Viking history of their city.
A Danish brewery named after the most accomplished drinker of all time (site is Danish only).
Many inspirational drinks to this brewery’s credit, located in Shetland.
Viking Brewing Company
Wisconsin brewers of many beverages. The name says it all.
Norwegian brew pub located in Flåm.
This Icelandic brewery is cool because it takes its name from and offers a line of beers named after that poet dude who pissed off Erik Bloodaxe.
Individual Viking-inspired brews:
Aarhus Bryghus — Valkyrie
Danish Valkyrie beer; scroll down linked page to view it.
Brøckhouse — Draupnir
Danish beer honoring that most bad-ass of arm rings, brewed with pine and honey. Can’t link directly to this particular beer, but it does appear towards the bottom of the “Øltyper” section of the Danish version of the brewery’s site.
Ceres — Red Erik
Hail Erik the Red! Danish owned brew apparently produced in Italy.
Dempsey’s Brew Pub — Battle Axe Blonde Ale, Longship Lager, and Valkyrie Red
Located in South Dakota. Scroll down a bit on the linked page to view beers mentioned.
Hebridean Brewery — Berserker Export Pale Ale
Hails from the Viking infested waters of the Hebrides in Scotland. Click the “products” link on the left side of the linked page and scroll down to see the Berserker ale.
Millingstorps Gårdsbryggeri — Runöl
“Rune beer” from Sweden (website is Swedish only).
Orkney Brewery — Dragonhead Stout and SkullSplitter
Scottish brewery, amazing shit. Unfortunately, can’t link directly to individual beer pages within the site, but you can get some great info on them once you pass the age verification thing that the link takes you to.
Schlossbrauerei Fürstlich Drehna — Odin-Trunk Honigbier
German beverage hailing the Allfather. Can’t link directly to the beer, but the brewery site does contain info about it in the lower right corner of the page the link takes you to. (German language only).
Vífilfell — Víking
Brewery offering a range of pure Icelandic Viking beers.
And finally, a few odd ones out:
Though there seems to be no official site, I found traces that Thomas Kemper produces a Viking Fest Summer Ale. Also of interest may be Alba Scots Pine Ale, brewed by Heather Ale and inspired by the pine ales brought to Scotland by the Vikings a thousand years ago.
Lastly, if you’re into malt, check out Viking Malt, a joint Finnish-Swedish-Lithuanian malting company.