Brewed by Amager Bryghus
Style: Imperial Stout
Kastrup, Denmark
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RATINGS: 269   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.81/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
Danish: En dag i maj 2012 fik Amager Bryghus besøg av en af USAs mest karismatiske bryggere, Fred Karm fra bryggeriet Hoppin’ Frog i Akron, Ohio. Fred var på rundrejse i Europa og lagde vejen forbi for at gæstebrygge hos os. Og resultatet av denne hyggelige og givende dag i godt amerikansk selskab, finder du i denne flaske. "Frog Hops To Amager" er en lidt sjælden type, nemlig en Imperial Wheat Stout, brygget på hele 8 forskjellige malte, hvoraf de to er af hvedetypen. Og så ville det jo ikke være os,, hvis ikke den var humlet kraftigt, så vi har givet øllet en solid omgang Tomahawk og Chinook. du vil finde en kraftig og humlearomatisk øl, som måske er lidt blødere og knap så tung som andre Imperial Stouts. Håber du må nyde resultatet af dette transatlantiske samarbejde!

English: One day in May 2012, Amager Bryghus had a visit from one of America’s most charismatic brewers: Fred Karm from Hoppin’ Frog in Akron, Ohio. Fred was on tour in Europe and came by to guest brew with us. The result of this pleasant and rewarding day was Frog Hops to Amager. Frog Hops to Amager is a somewhat rare type, namely an Imperial Wheat Stout, brewed with eight different malts, two of which are wheat. And then it would not do for us if it was not hopped strongly so we gave the beer a solid game of Tomahawk and Chinook. You will find an intense and aromatic hopping beer, which is perhaps a little softer and not so heavy as other Imperial Stouts. Hope you can enjoy the results of this transatlantic cooperation!

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Theydon_Bois (20628) - Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - SEP 3, 2015
Bottle split at Amager Brewery mini tasting, RBESG ’15 day 3, thanks to Papsoe, 22/08/15. Pitch black with a decent dirty tan covering that retains well. Nose is rich roast, dark malts, spice, chocolate, hint of fruit. Taste comprises chocolate, malt, toffee fudge, roast malt. Medium + body, fine carbonation, dry roasty tones in the close. Decent enough impy.

TEJA (3257) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - AUG 30, 2015
Bottle from systembolaget sweden. Big and lasting brown head. Big chocolate aroma and taste. Big bitterness and a litle bit hard. Not as good as the original Frog but still very good.

AWISLguy (3327) - Wisconsin, USA - AUG 12, 2015
500ml bomber from Liquor Max in Loveland. Black pour with a brown head leaving a lot of lace. Aroma has baker’s chocolate, caramel, and some light grain. Taste is of bittersweet chocolate, caramel, light molasses and a bit of espresso. Fairly smooth although not ideally so. Medium to full bodied with little alcohol presence. Finishes chocolatey bitter trumping the sweet side of bittersweet. Solid if not everything it could be. 14.3

Taradil (45) - - AUG 11, 2015
Bottle Color: black Head: huge, beautiful and brown Aroma: roasted malts, dark chocolate and coffee Taste: dark chocolate, coffee, anise, roasted malts Amazing beer

nealblind (1977) - Seattle, Alabama, USA - JUL 7, 2015
dark brown. Aroma apples, dark roasts, woody, licorice, prunes. some orange/spice/corriander aspects. Tastes choco/char. Wheat gets lost. some berries. herbal hops. creamy palate

deyholla (12260) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - JUL 1, 2015
Bottle. Pours black with a dark brown head that dissipates to the edges. Aroma has a good amount of dark grains with a decent amount of roast and a hint of pine and a hint of smoke. Flavor has more of a sweet dark grain note with some growing roast and a hint of bitter chocolate.

Inbreak (6527) - Loddefjord, NORWAY - JUN 29, 2015
29.06.2015, 0,5l bottle @ home:
Nice light brown creamy longlasting head. Aroma is slightly rich, dark malts, butterscotch, dark sugar, grass, licorice, coffee, chocolate, hops, pine needles, minerals. Taste is slightly rich and dry, dark malts, hops, burnt grain, pine needles, dark sugar, butterscotch, paper, bark, minerals, grass, coffee. Longlasting bitterness, slightly dry mouthfeel. Nice.

Nische (2518) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - MAY 6, 2015
Pitch black body with a huge compact mocca head that leaves tons of lacing. Chocolate and coffee is the first thing that hits the nose, followed by roasted malt and dried plums. Flavor is roasted, with a distinct bitterness, burnt coffee liquorice and white pepper. Finishes off a bit too bitter for me.

Rune (13508) - Tromsø, NORWAY - APR 22, 2015
500ml bottle batch 810, kindly shared by djoeye. Espresso head resting on top of a jet black body. Spotty lacing down the glass. Inviting aromas of grainy chocolate and coffee, nicely roasted. Well blended taste of black chocolate, nuts, ash, anise, dark wheat and dark fruits. Lingering roasted bitterness to the ending with a deep backdrop of coffee beans. Well integrated alcohol. Full bodied and velvety on the swallow. Much appreciated (Tromsø 20.4.2015).

djoeye (5208) - Tromsø, NORWAY - APR 20, 2015
Grey head, cocoa-ish body. Aroma; chocolate, prunes, sweet black liquorice, cocoa, hazelnut, roasted almonds. Taste; dark chocolate, black liquorice, bitter jägermeister, a bunch of hops. Tough body. Long roasted finish with bitters, as a war between 8 malts and some big cannons of hops - and maybe hops won the battle at the final end. 50cl.btl,#810,BB05/2017 [[email protected]’s2015-04-20]

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