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Sounding like the latest superheroes on the block, To Øl’s Stupid Hop Adventure Series brings the noise courtesy of boatloads of hops and perilously proximate amounts of fruit. Dangerously Close to Stupid Amount of Mango does exactly what it says on the tin. It’s an imperial IPA or TIPA (whatever your preference) which, does everything it promises. If mango is your flavour of the month and you like your Øl dank, juicy and stark (you know nothing, John Snow) this is where you should be putting your hard earned gold coins. The aroma and taste both go big on tropical fruits in a big way, resplendent with mango (it says it on the tin after all) pineapple, papaya and some citrus. The hop explosion is built on a sweet and syrupy malt base, reminiscent of thick mango juice. Power of Mango! 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.
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