As the manufacturer says Ale Imperial Stout, "we believe that the Russian tsar would have liked the stout." Fantastic flavor and rich taste of ale combines generous malty sweetness with hints of bitter roast. Alcohol is well hidden, and there is only when the heat spreads through the body. The fullness of taste seems deceptively easy due to soft carbonation and excellent drinkability. Imperial Stout from Nogne O is made of six kinds of malt (Maris Otter, Munich, roasted barley, oats, black, chocolate), hops varieties Columbus and Crystal, British brewer's yeast and pure water from the local Grimstad.
Nogne Oh, Imperial Stout won the gold medal at the competition "The Australian International Beer Awards" in 2010 and a bronze in the same competition in 2011.
Founded in 2002, today the brewery Nøgne Ø is the leading beer producer in Norway. The name of the brewery is translated as "naked island". This poetic term was coined to describe Henrik Ibsen countless barren rocky islets, which are visible in the sea off the southern coast of Norway. According to the manufacturer, this term best describes the situation when in 2002, two Norwegian brewer Gunnar Wiig and Kjetil Jikiun decided to establish a new brewery. They wanted to share their passion for good beer, their goal was to bring diversity and innovation in commercial brewing. The result was a brewery Nøgne Ø - "uncompromising brewery", which is the mission statement of the manufacturers, which consists in the creation of top quality ale with a bright personality and individuality.
In the production of ale brewers About Nogne use only high-quality ingredients from around the world (especially from the UK malt and hops from the USA). All About Eli Nogne - unfiltered and unpasteurized. The brewery produces a wide range of crafting beer and is the first and only plant in Europe to produce its sake.