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Three Buddies FRAM Ice Imperial Baltic Porter Bourbon & Rum Barrel Aged

Three Buddies FRAM Ice Imperial Baltic Porter Bourbon & Rum Barrel Aged


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Fram is a double-frozen and previously aged in rum barrels (Jamaica) and American Whiskey (Jack Daniel’s)
. The research showed that it has a round 20% alcohol, which – to the best of our knowledge – makes it the strongest Polish beer currently available on the market.

And the name? Well, it was known that we would refer to the ice and to the Scandinavian regions, after all, this is the territory of Ragnar!
Fram is the first icebreaker ship in history, used by Fridtjof Nansen and other great Norwegian polar explorers. Fram was a wooden ship that sailed the northernmost (85°57’N) and southernmost (78°41’S), as well as one of the strongest wooden ships ever built (info from

We poured it into 250 ml bottles, because it is a real madman, not beer and you have to sip it carefully, and preferably in company. In our opinion, such a bottle is such a perfect “dessert” for two people.

First brewing: January 2019

Water, barley malts, wheat malt, oatmeal, sugar, hops, yeast.

Container Vol.

Bottle 250ml

Original Gravity


EAN 5905669479882

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Our approach is very simple. This is how we started and this is how we will always brew. Beer is always in the first place for us - it must be of the highest quality. Brewed without haste, carefully thought out and refined. Without any flaws. Exactly what we would like to drink ourselves. Our ambition is to boast world-class beer. How do we do it? First of all, we use the best quality ingredients - excellent malt, super aromatic and maximum fresh hops from the USA, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland. Our yeast gets perfect conditions for a healthy, turbulent and clean fermentation, and the immaculately clean and devoid of oxygen-killing bottling completes the work. Simple, right?