Roald Smeets, The Egill Skallagrímsson Brewery (Icelandic: Ölgerð Egils Skallagrímssonar) is an Icelandic brewery and beverage company based in Reykjavík and founded on April 17, 1913.

The brewery is named after the viking poet and adventurer, Egill Skallagrímsson. The brewery produces, imports and distributes a large number of foreign and local drink products in Iceland, amongst them Pepsi, 7up, Grape-fruit soda, Tuborg, Maltextract (Egils Malt), Egils Appelsín (an orange soda), and Egils Pilsner.

The Egill Skallagrímsson brewery produces pale lager under the Egils brand, including Egils Pilsner, Egils Gull and Egils Premium. It also produced Litli-Jón. The production of Litli-Jón was stopped in 2008.

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