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98
92
style
To Øl
Brewed at De Proefbrouwerij

Style: Imperial IPA
Copenhagen N, Denmark
Serve in Shaker, Snifter

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RATINGS: 375   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.77/5   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Efterfølgeren til To Øl humlesucces First Frontier er nu på banen og har navnet Final Frontier. Øllen er lige den tand mere af det hele end sin forgænger, med lidt ekstra krop, ekstra fylde, ekstra alkohol, ekstra smag og selvfølgelig ekstra humle. Dette giver en utrolig potent og samtidig velafbalanceret Double India Pale Ale! Øllen bør drikkes når du når din yderste grænse i det mest ekstreme vildernes, hvor eksistentialerne bliver sat på prøve og livet for alvor nydes!

Ingredienser: Vand, Malt, Havre, Humle (Simcoe, Centennial, Columbus) og Gær.

English: The sequel to To Øls Hop devil "First Frontier" is here and the name is Final Frontier. It is a hoppy DIPA with a little more of everything compared to its predecessor. We recommend taking this baby into the wild!

Ingredients: Water, Malt, Flaked Oat, Hooooooopppppppsssssss (Simcoe, Centennial, Columbus) and yeast.

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3.9
romanstep (570) - Warszawa, POLAND - MAR 4, 2017
W nosie średnio/wyraźnie intensywnie, sałatka z owoców tropikalnych, wyróżnia się mango i marakuja, dalej ciasteczkowość i żywica, zero alko w nosie. Barwa bursztynowa, lekkie zmętnienie, gęsta, wysoka piana, można kroić nożem jak bezę. W smaku pełne, mnóstwo dojrzałych tropików, grapefruit, żywica, ciasteczkowość, finisz lekko alko. Goryczka średnia, w kierunku wysokiej żywiczno-grapefruitowa. Bardzo dobra II IPA, świeża mogła by rozwalić system, a tak jest tylko bardzo dobrze. Butelka do 22.06.2018

3.8
beerplace (1701) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - FEB 12, 2017
330ml bottle from Brewery Creek with George and Ilya. Best before 2017-05-11. Pours a dark golden with a white head. Aroma is candied tropical fruits. Taste is the same, moderate bitterness, low to moderate sweetness. Good.

3.8
MrTipple (4968) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 4, 2017
Sweet citrus fruits, unripe tangerine, tropical fruits, mango. Hazy, dark gold, medium, creamy, white head. Medium bitter. Light sweet tropical fruits coming up, mango, sweet passion fruit, dry, bitter citrus fruits, soft carbonation, medium bodied, brett, dry finish. Very nice IIPA, subtle, decent complexity, well-balanced. Bottle from Beer Merchants, Larkfield.

3.9
colui72 (1026) - HONG KONG - FEB 3, 2017
Hazy straw, medium cream head and sticky lacing. Aroma of toffee, biscuit, citrus, ripe dates. Full bodied and with a bitter attack, with a solid balance of malts and hops: biscuit, toffee, grapefruit, resin. Bitter and foamy to the palate. Boozy in the end. Quite good, but the hops are missing something.

3.3
gyhallmanti (512) - Groningen, NETHERLANDS - JAN 22, 2017
33cl bottle at home. Pours a hazy orange colour with a medium soapy off-white head which leaves a a fair amount of lacing. Aroma of caramel, orange, hops, bread, malts. Taste is light sweet, medi bitter with a dry finish. Notes of caramel, bread, malts, orange, grass, peach. Texture is oily, medi bodied woth average carbonation

3
Oakes (17676) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JAN 18, 2017
Hazy amber. Thick head. The aroma is sort of a stewed fruit melange of older and less salubrious hops, along with too much crystal malt. On the palate it has a full body, and while it’s a bit too chewy for me, it’s not to an unreasonable level. The hops are where this comes undone, lacking brightness and settling in for more of that stewed quality. Bitterness is moderate for style, and the alcohol comes into the finish in good balance. Still, that level of chewiness and hops lacking brightness is unfortunate.

3.9
sulawang (1161) - - JAN 10, 2017
Visual: Pours translucent luminescent orange with a large 3cm head, a 1cm layer of retention, ultra-sticky lacing, tight clustered slow steady streams.

Nose: sweet toasty bready toffee barley malt, dull citrus hop overtones. (lvl-8)-pungency

Attack: super smooth thick-creamy entry, incoming alcoholic malts

Mid-palate: continuously creamy, background subdued tanginess, (lvl-5-sweetness), thick toffee-grapefruit citrus barley malt,

Finish: resiny-numbing hops, residual medium hopped bitterness

Summary: Quite a bold one, monstrously meaty toffee malts and a somewhat dull grapefruit hop component. It drinks on the darker, weightier side, but still has enough tangy brightness to keep it balanced. You can certainly taste the Danish To Øl quality.

4.1
fackbesokare (100) - - DEC 27, 2016
This beer changes my mind about columbus hops abuse in a dip. greatest tool beer.

4
varanid99 (1214) - AUSTRALIA - DEC 18, 2016
Hazy orange pour with a decent off white head. Huge stonefruit, tropical, citrus, pine aroma, a little booze and caramel. Taste is sweetish, caramel, then a big punch of bitterness, grapefruit, mango, pine, long bitter and slightly boozy finish, Excellent.

3.5
DonGregorio (413) - POLAND - DEC 17, 2016
Bottle. Hazy orange beer, average white head, good lacing. Aroma of peach, citrus - grapefruit and pine. Taste is light to medium sweet and medium bitter, hinting of peach, grapefruit, pine, with short bitterness. Medium body, soft carbonation, light alcoholic finish feel. Nice stuff.


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