Snowcream Ltd is a milk company based in Glenville, Co. Waterford, Ireland, which uses a Viking ship for the branding of Snowcream milk. For more information, see the website at http://snowcreamdiscoverwaterford.com/index.html
Sprinkler system produced by The Viking Group, and branded with their Viking logo. Photographed in Dubai Airport. For more information about the company (which specialises in fire protection), see their website at http://www.vikingcorp.com
Thor's Tipi Bar is a pop-up Christmas bar that can be found in Sheffield, York and Leeds. It advertises itself as a friendly Viking bar where little Vikings are welcome, and uses the tagline 'Drink Feast Conquer Repeat'.
A brand of sausage from Wikinger, which uses a Viking ship as its logo. This photo was submitted from Germany, but the brand also has a British market of hotdogs. The connection to the Vikings is not clear!
Innocent produced a series of magnets featuring letters of the alphabet illustrated by an object or subject starting with this letter. Here we see V illustrated by Vikings, using the most well known symbolism of horned helmets, shield, axe and ship.…
Bar named after the Vikings in this small town in A Coruña, near Santiago de Compostela. The Vikings did reach this part of Galicia, first raiding the coast in the mid ninth century, but the connection to the Vikings in this specific town is not…
Valhalla herb liqueur from Koskenkorva distillery, Ilmajoki, Finland. ’The spirit of Nordic legends.’ ‘The herb shot for real warriors.’ On promotion in Danish supermarket Føtex 2016. Story-telling website http://www.valhallaspirit.com/
Blå Thor. [Blue Thor] Royal warrant. ‘Denmark’s most beautiful beer.’ Brewery Synnestvedts Bayerske Ølbryggeri established in Randers, Denmark, 1850, renamed Thor in 1873. Blå Thor beer launched 1964. Won Brussels…
Red Erik beer. ”Fruity, aromatic, ruby red with pink foam.’ Branded Ceres brewery, which was founded 1856. ‘Purveyor to Danish court’ from 1914. Became part of Royal Unibrew, who closed it as separate brewery in 2008.
The Asgard Besttatungen has three branches in Berlin - this photo was taken on Schönhauser Allee. It is not clear if the company promotes Asatru faith or is in any way connected with pagan religious practice.