Craftbeer Ibosim


Oscar and the hippest craftbeer
Oscar awaits us, smiling behind the bar in the center of the multicultural tent in the Hippy Market, to tell us how he and his partner Carlos four years ago in 2013 created Ibosim, a brand of authentic craft beer. It is now the third year they collaborate with the Hippy Market. 

What do they produce, how, where and what materials do they use?
Oscar and Carlos, alongside two more assistantss form a top craftsmen team and togehter they manufacture their craftbeer with 100% natural ingredients, unfiltered and natural carbonation, without additives and produced in Ibiza, always looking for the highest quality of raw materials and in the processes.
They have 5 different flavors in their standard range and at the Hippy Market you can try two flavors, which are Rosemary and Weissbier alongside with a personalized Hippy Market label to get the special touch.
We highly recommend to everyone to get to know Ibosims BrewHouse in Port des Torrent near San Antonio, the first microbrewery in the island of Ibiza, where they offer tastings togehter with tapas all year long, with the possibility of sale and wholesale plus guided visitor tours. We will not miss it!

What does it mean to Oscar to be a craftsman?
For him it means to create products with love, produce something good and having an eye on every detail. To think more about the product itself and its qualities not in selling it.
Being a craftsman means producing quality, everything else what happens after ist just an extra. 

What does the Hippy Market mean for Ibosim?
A historical and representative place on the island of Ibiza well known not only in Ibiza. This is a great opportunity for them to present their craftbeer to the thousands of people of the whole the world who visit the Hippy Market every summer.

Come along and try ladies and gentlemen!




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María a lady of the Hippy Market
41 years being part of the Hippy Market family is said quickly but not something that everyone can claim. This friend came on July 75 to Ibiza (two years after the beginning of the Hippy Market) and we are honoured to have her still at the market.

How was her arrival at the Hippy Market?
María is from Catalonia although she lived many years in France. In those years she met an australian hippie who came every summer to Ibiza and who told her about the island. She decided to give up her comfortable life, her job as a stewardess for taking a new direction in search of a freer way of life. The people of her environment asked her if she was crazy, giving up all she had and with the education she was blessed with.
She gave up everything and only came with a book which was wonderfully called: "Start a new life" (in which they descibe how to build a house, raising children, plant a garden etc.).

How were those early days in the market?
She tells us that the people were trying to sell everything what they could, as it was the livelihood of many. They made crafts, cakes ... She started selling clothes and making cakes.

She has seen every stage of the Hippy Market since its inception and says that it changed slowly in the beginning. The essence of those years you can still live nowadays in the street of the craftsmen next to her stall, she says, this is what her reminds most of those years.
From the 80s the market began to grow more and more and made him the largest one of the island until today.

What currently sells María at the Hippy Market?
Her stall transformed step be step, now she sells inddian products, related to indian rituals and philosophy, which have a very direct relationship with Ibiza for her: freedom, respect for nature and love. 

What does the hippie spirit means for her?
With her sweet voice she tells us that the hippies were people with a lot of culture, they were against the established society, rigid and outdated social structures; they wanted freedom. She talks about the transformation that existed and the current term "neohippie", which mixes the past with the future.The hippie philosophy for her means respect and love for the earth and the nature, community ... a connection with the earth.

What does the Hippy Market mean for Mary?
It was a way to change her life, before she lived so properly, she had all, but she wanted to be happier and live freely.
Everyone had the chance to make a living being creative and living without fixed work schedules or closed social structures. This lifestyle allowed them to raise their children well and educate them with the philosophy they liked.
She has adapted to the hippie way of life with respect to the nature, although always mantaining her her own ideas and criteria.

An anecdote
When María was picking figs or carob trees on the island to make her cakes she met
people who did not have a lot of money and lived with what they could, they lived super happy without having money, nowadays this exist not anymore, times changed she says.
At the market she always remembers a guy who was waiting until she sold all her cakes she made for asking her for the eatable rests of the cakes who stayed in the cake pan, to get something to eat.
These hippies were not at the market for the money, they were there because of the atmosphere, to show what they did and created. In these times it was very nice she tells us, there was a lot of music, the people were very quiet, the money if it came well but sometimes they went home without nothing but it didn´t matter.


Juan Fluxà

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Juan Fluxá, an ibizan countryman amongst hippies, opens his heart one Wednesday morning and tells us his passion.

What are you producing, how, where and which ingredients are you using?
I am elaborating 100 % handmade typical ibizan natural products such as: flavored salts, typical liqueurs, sweet chilli ... all with absolute respect for our mother earth and for what she is offering us. I am always looking for innovation without losing good costums and developping new products like our new spicery. We cannot wait to try them!


¿Why you decided to become a craftsman?
It all started with a small distillery at home, my family made ibizan herbs as a lifelong tradition. Juan founded the family business with a clear philosophy "homemade", his passion for the products of the ibizan land, native plants and craftsmanship. Seeking for the approval of the fellow countrymen of Ibiza, he is always present in all craft fairs and events where you can support and defend local products of Ibiza, with the aim to pass traditional knowledge to foreigners.


What does it mean to be craftsman? Is it a way of life?
Being a craftsman means respecting a trade, not to copy, create, meet manufacturing processes, listening to opinions, not to use chemicals or essences or additives ... it means having a natural point of view.


How do you see the importance of craftsmanship today?
The craftsmanship concept was missing in Ibiza was all too easy, so that people stopped producing handcrafted products, now it is recovering and valued again.
Nowadays craftmanship is a great opportunity.


What means the Hippy Market for Juan?
Besides being his first bid to be storekeeper, for John Fluxà Hippy Market means good energy, emotions, tips ... Being in a positive environment, where everyone is happy, satisfied, on holidays or enjoying a walk through the market, feelling the true essence of Ibiza.



Information stalls and points of sale of merchandising products:
For any information about the market, schedules, performances, food&drink, bus schedule etc.
Ask at our booths right next to the entrance of the Hippy Market our in our tent, we are pleased to help you
Official sales point of Hippy Market merchandising products like T-Shirts, mugs etc..

  • Supermarket 
  • next to the grill restaurant
  • Parking area
    Several chargable parking areas in front of the Hippy Market
  • Cash machine
    Next to the Hippy Market entrance


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Adi Weiss TV documentary about Ibiza incluiding the Hippy Market from minute 3:00

Promotion video about Ibiza incluiding the Hippy Market from minute 3:18

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Distinction of the craftsmen in the Hippy Market, from minute 4:40

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