Abstract: The mildy peralkaline Eikeren-Skrim granite belongs to the Permian magmatic province of the Oslo rift, south-east Norway. Euhedral quartz crystals from the abundant miarolitic cavities contain primary inclusions of partly crytallized silicate melts and coexisting primary, aqueous fluid inclusions. Micro-thermometric measurements give maximum estimates for the granite solidus of 685–705°C. Quenched silicate melt inclusions are not peralkaline, have normative Or/Ab weight ratios of 1.15–1.44 (compared to 0.49–0.80 in whole-rock samples) and F and Cl contents of 0.1 and 0.21–0.65 wt. %, respectively. Coexisting magmatic fluid inclusions are highly enriched in Na, Cl, S and to some extent K. These chemical characteristics are the results of late-magmatic melt-mineral-fluid interaction in the miarolitic cavities.