Make Your Selection
To Øl’s Stupid Hop Adventure Series was put together to push the limits of what a beer can be and, courtesy of boatloads of hops, stupid amounts of fruit and other weird ingredients you wouldn’t normally find in a beer, they unanimously succeed in tantalising your taste buds and leave crawling back for more. As the name suggests, Dangerously Close to Stupid Amount of Kiwi has, you guessed it, loads of Kiwi involved. It’s a difficult fruit to do justice but To Øl have managed to bring it roaring to life. It smells lightly funky and sour, intermingling with the ever present pines, resins and citrus fruits. The taste is lightly sour too but it’s found dancing in tandem with a sweetness that would be too much in some beers. But, here, the sublime, sweet and sour are joined on the dance floor by lots of mango, pine, resin and some floral overtones as well. Power of Kiwi! Stupid Hop Adventure Team, Assemble!
After several years of brewing beer in their kitchen and selling it to their friends, Tore Gynther and Tobias Emil Jensen founded To Øl in 2010. Their first beer was a collaboration with Mikkeller and, with such an auspicious start, they were always going to do well.
Coupled with their relentless pursuit of big flavours and perfectly balanced beers, they have garnered a well-deserved reputation for innovation and technical skill. Using ingredients not always associated with beer and, with a particular penchant for using fruit wherever they can, you’re always guaranteed a unique, flavourful and boundary-pushing drinking experience.