From the vibrant city of Stockholm comes a young, idealistic brewery with a lofty goal: “To change the perception of beer… forever”. And we think Henok Fentie and Karl Grandin of Omnipollo just might be the ones to do it.
Their creative approach to this end is evident in its range of selections including Leon, a Belgian Pale Ale fermented with Champagne yeast to yield a dry, crisp backbone against which its wholecone hops can be profoundly appreciated. The award winning Nebuchadnezzar, an Imperial IPA, and Agamemnon, an Imperial Stout brewed with maple syrup, are both indicative of the brewery’s adeptness at masterfully delivering their own avante garde spin on craft beers’ favorite styles.
Omnipollo constructs beers with a purpose, aiming to produce the kind of thought provoking flavors that both satisfy and inspire. Each has a story worth telling, whether it’s of a fresh idea or even fresher hops. And if you need further proof of their stunning artistic talent in and outside the bottle, you can find Karl’s own handiwork on their label design. Changing perception, indeed.
Style: Belgian-style Pale Ale with Champaign Yeast
Style: Pale Ale
Style: Imperial IPA
Style: Imperial Stout with Maple Syrup
Style: Barley Wine
Style: Imperial IPA, Galaxy Single-Hopped