Brewed by Amager Bryghus
Style: Imperial Stout
Kastrup, Denmark
Serve in Snifter


on tap

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RATINGS: 1018   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.99/5   IBU: 85   EST. CALORIES: 315   ABV: 10.5%
Danish: Allerede når den hældes op i glasset, fornemmes det med det samme, at Hr. Frederiksen er en herre med både potens og stor personlighed. Begsort som Hr. Frederiksens humor er denne ”Imperial Stout” efter amerikansk forbillede med et tæt og cremet, lysebrunt skum, som efterlader pikante blonder i glasset, efterhånden som det modstræbende lægger sig. Vi indrømmer det gerne – vi er gået amok med maltene i denne øl, hele 8 forskellige har vi brugt, og det er de sorte og brændte, der giver øllet både dets farve og den nærmest ekstreme fylde – dette er nærmest et fudbyrdet måltid på flaske. Også bitterhed leverer de brændte malte sekunderet af amerikansk Centennial humle. Åh jo, Hr. Frederiksen er en oplevelse at byde op til dans, han bør dog nydes langsomt, men så kan han til gengæld også holde en hel aften, hvor man kan varme sig ved hans alkohol og udfordrende charme.
Vi har opkaldt denne øl efter en god ven uden hvis fantastiske støtte og assistance Amager Bryghus ikke var, hvor det er i dag.

English: Even when just poured into the glass, you feel straight away that Mr. Frederiksen is a master of potency and great personality. Pitch-black as Mr. Frederiksen’s humor, this American style Imperial Stout has a dense and creamy, light brown head that leaves an abundance of lacing on the glass as it reluctantly settles.
We are happy to admit that we have gone slightly berserk with malt in this beer, eight different varieties were used including black and roasted malts that give this beer its color and almost extreme density - this is almost a meal in a bottle. The bitterness is also supplied by the roasted malts backed by the American Centennial hops.
Mr. Frederiksen is an experience to be savoured he should be enjoyed slowly throughout the course of an entire evening where you can warm yourselves by his alcohol and provocative charms.
We have named this beer after a good friend without whose wonderful support and assistance Amager Brewery would not be where it is today.
Ingredients: Water, barley malt, wheat malt, oats, hops and yeast

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Joakgust (1502) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - SEP 23, 2009
Bottle, 50cl - Opaque black beer with a large light brown head. Aroma is malty with notes of chocolate, coffee and vanilla. Flavor is sweet with notes of milk chocolate, dark chocolate and vanilla. Very balanced and nice!

shigadeyo (3818) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - SEP 22, 2009

Batch nr: 05; Bottle 364/400

9/09/2009: Amager Hr. Frederiksen... Aroma: Bitter dark chocolate, hints of black plum, mineral-like. Appearance: Near black with a decent brown-colored head. Flavor: Rich and robust semi-dark chocolate roasted malts, undertones of coffee and a mild to moderate bitterness, nutty?, some alcohol in the nose; improving as it warms and breathes... Palate: Medium-full; almost smooth, but not quite. Overall: Pretty good, but nothing overly special (sad to say).

50 cl. bottle (Bitterhed: 80+ IBU; Ufiltreret, upasteuriseret; Alc 10,5% vol.) shared by alexdad06. Thanks Brad! Rating #326 for this beer.

altonbrownd (5897) - Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA - SEP 18, 2009
Bottle at Beer Temple. Very dark body with thin tan head. Sweet and malty nose. Taste of chocolate and coco. Fruits flavours too. Very full-bodied and sturdy. Bitterness in the finish. Fantastic.

MI2CA (1340) - Noblesville, Indiana, USA - SEP 17, 2009
22oz - Aroma of ashy burnt malts, dark chocolate, more dark malts and a touch of orange hops. Flavor is very smooth for a 10.5% brew. Like the expensive dark cocao with orange peel in it. Lots of roasted dark malts. Palate is creamy and incredibly smooth. A unique and super tasty imperial stout.

douglas88 (9789) - Portland, Oregon, USA - SEP 17, 2009
UPDATED: FEB 24, 2012 22oz bottle. Pours a pure black color with a thick beige head- looks great. The aroma is interesting; sweet chocolates, a noticeable sour roasted flavor that fits perfectly. A initial flavor of intense sour roasted flavors that mix with citrus hops to form a awesome flavor, lots of chocolates and cocoa as well. Finished with a long lingering roasted bitterness- like very dark chocolates. Very good. A nice take on the style. Ra-rate: awesome. Ashy and fruity, very smooth.

LanceUppercut (139) - SWEDEN - SEP 17, 2009
UPDATED: OCT 11, 2009 A wonderful nose of tobacco, sugars and chocolate. Taste is equally amazing, with notes of coffee, liquorish and oak. Finish is spicy, metallic and bitter. This is the way I want my Imperial Stout! Not too salty, bitter or roasted, but smooth, complex and sweet. Maybe I’m rating this too high, but what the heck - I’ve got 4 more bottles in the cellar so we’ll see if the next one is as good as I’ve rated it.

Tmoney99 (15116) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - SEP 17, 2009
Bottle shared by alexsdad06. Poured dark brown color with an average frothy brown head that mostly lasted with excellent lacing. Moderate to heavy roasted malt, chocolate, woody and small alcohol aroma. Medium to full body with a smooth texture and flat carbonation. Medium to heavy roasted sweet flavor with a medium to heavy bittersweet finish of moderate to long duration. A standout brew.

thedm (6320) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - SEP 15, 2009
This bottled brew from a bottle shop poured a very large sized head of fine to large sized dark brown colored bubbles that were mostly diminishing and left behind a opaque no visible carbonation black colored body and a thick foamy lacing. The aroma was malty and dark chocolate. The mouth feel was smooth at the start with a malt hop bite in the finish. The flavor contained notes of toasted malt roasted malt mildly vinous and dark malt. A wonderful best in class brew.

robinvboyer (4811) - Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 14, 2009
Great aroma of deark roasted almost burnt malt, coffee, cocoa, and some subtle fresh herbal hops. The flavor is very nice, and smooth, and I would venture to say soft. The hops are prevalent, and very soft, and finish with some more wonderful roastiness. THis drinks extremely well, and the alcohol is nowhere to be found, immensly enjoyable beer, and also dangerous.

garmonbozia (450) - Hattiesburg, Mississippi, USA - SEP 6, 2009
Another thanks to Sprinkle for this. Obvious chocolate taste with a dry and bitter aftertaste. Dried fruit was also present maybe plums and raisens and cherries.

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