The story of Alda iceland lies in the limited production process, high quality ingredients and sustainable sourcing of raw materials. Produced and bottled in a small family-owned brewery in Iceland, Alda supports sustainability and wellness in everyday life.
ALDA ICELAND USES SPRING WATER THAT has been SLOWLY FILTERED THROUGH THE LAYERS OF VOLCANIC ROCK, CREATING SOME of THE PUREST water IN THE WORLD.
Alda Iceland is bottled straight from the source. The brewery gathers its´ water from an adjacent spring containing some of the the purest water in the world. Before it is used in the brewing process nothing is taken away or added to the water which guarantees the lemonade a fresh and clean taste.
alda lemonade is brewed in a small family owned facility located in Steðji farmstead in the historical upper Borgarfjörður region.
Stedji brewery takes great pride in its work and specializes in limited production processes and high quality natural ingredients. By working in small batches the master brewer at Steðji can ensure the highest quality of their raw materials for the healthy quality product for refreshment.
Alda Iceland is produced using simple ingredients without adding any artificial COLORS, SWEETENERS or preservatives.
The crisp taste of Alda is created by using high quality natural lemon extract for flavoring and a special blend of two botanical sweeteners, Stevia and Erythryol. Alda's flavor profile is low in sweetness and well suited for grown up tastes.
A HEALTHY OCEAN ENVIRONMENT AND CLEAN WATER ARE OF FUNDAMENTAL IMPORTANCE IN ICELAND. ALDA ICELAND CONTAINS MARINE COLLAGEN SOURCED FROM THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN.
Icelanders have a special connection to their water - it underpins the healthy lifestyle as well as hot geothermal water provides our homes with warmth and light. Alda's water source is constantly being replenished by glacial melt runs-off, snow and rainfall. The Icelandic fisheries are committed to the protection of the marine ecosystem and sustainable harvests; the marine collagen is sustainably sourced from Icelandic wild-caught fish.