This is the first collab beer from To Øl Natur, brewed with our friends at The Barrel Project (UK). We brewed this at our brewpub BRUS and drove the wort out to To Øl City for aging and blending. The honey used for bottle conditioning in this beer is very special and rare. It is called "Honeydew" or "Forest Honey". Any given hive can sometimes contain one frame of this dark-colored honey. It is made when bees take nectar from the butts of aphids who in turn are boring into a tree and eating the sap. The aphids turn the tree sap into nectar, the bees then turn the nectar into honey. Amazingly, this honey contains less glucose and instead has maltose, which is the sugar contained in the malt to make beer.