To Øl Reparationsbajer

To Øl
Brewed at De Proefbrouwerij
Copenhagen N, Denmark
5.8% American Pale Ale | 392 Ratings |
Danish: Reparationsbajeren er kommet for give dig en god start på dagen efter din tour de force i alkoholens verden. Øllen er en Pale Ale med blød krop og frisk humleprofil til at tage smagen af tømmermænd. Går godt med pizza, burger og rottebazooka.
Ingredienser: Vand, malt, flækket havre, humle (Amarillo, Centennial, Nelson Sauvin), gær.

Gold Medal Winner at Stockholm Beer And Whisky Festival

English: The day after your tour de force in the world of alcohol, where good manners has been thrown over the shoulder, the liver has been punished and the dance floor hasn’t looked better since John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever, ones physical and mental state needs to get in gear for another week of tedious paperwork. You need something to cleance your tastebuds from the taste of the cheap slave tequila. You need something to recover you safely and give you a renewed love and zest for life. In simple terms, you need a really good recovery beer (in danish "Reparationsbajer"). The problem is that there are few perfect recovery beers! Nauseous mass produced lagers are the last thing you want to think about after you have been making a few calls in the great white telephone. This is why To Øl for a long time has had the goal to develop a recipe for the perfect recovery beer. This has resulted in a lot of tough empirical field work combined with a great amount of brewing. After a years of hard work all results have been gathered and the conclusion is clear: The best way to remove your hang overs is with a potent Pale Ale with powerful and aromatic American and New Zealand hops to give your tastebuds a cold turkey combined with a nice round, pleasant and well-balanced malt profile to massage the palate and reinforce the belief that one shall survive another day! And that’s why we present for you To Øl Reparationsbajer.

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