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 330ml
9.9%
£ 4.60
Black Malts & Body Salts by To Øl
Black Malts & Body Salts by To Øl
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Description

Black Malts and Body Salts is a black imperial IPA, double the strength and brewed with black malts and body salts (so no misleading title here). The roasted malts blend with coffee for a rich taste with plenty of depth, bitter and aromatic just like a freshly pressed cup of French press coffee. - Learn more about To Øl

Details
  • Beer Style: IPA
  • ABV: 9.9%
  • Unit Size: 330ml
  • Country: Europe
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About the makers

To Øl Two beers, two friends and a school kitchen brewery

Tobias and Tore were two school friends living in Copenhagen, who one day found themselves conversing with their teacher ‘Mr Bjergsø’ about the sad state of Danish beer. The only way to solve such a difficult issue? Well, brew beer themselves of course! From that day, Tobias, Tore and Mr Bjergsø spent late nights and early mornings brewing in the school cafeteria. The passion lasted, and while Mr Bjergsø went off to become the founder of Mikkeller, the two lads went on to become To-Øl – Denmark’s most famous gypsy brewer. View the To Øl page

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