There is also a beer called Munkholm, and it was launched in 1992. It is without alcohol, but tastes quite good. Today it stands for more than 50% of the non-alcoholic beer sold in Norway.
It is brewed after old traditions from the monks. The name is from the island Munkholmen outside of Trondheim. The monks in the monastery on the island used to brew beer that was exported all over the country and even to England.