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Amager Bryghus - American Outlaw (The Mormon Kid)

170,00 kr.

* Stil : Bourbon Barrel Aged Double Mash Imperial Stout
* Alkohol : 15%
* Størrelse : 750ml
* Land : Danmark
* Untappd score : 4,32

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Amager Bryghus - American Outlaw (The Mormon Kid)

Bourbon Barrel Aged Double Mash Imperial Stout - American Outlaws series

Barrel: Kentucky Straight Bourbon, 13 months (Heaven Hill)

Ingredients: Water. Barley malt: Pilsner, Munich, Chocolate, Cara-Aroma, Melanoidin. Wheat malt: Hops: Columbus, Talus. Yeast: US- Ale

The Mormon Kid was born in Ephraim, Utah, in 1864 as Williard Erastus Christiansen to a Danish father and a German mother who both were converts to the Mormon Church. Although his start in life was a good one, he got into a fight over a girl when he was only 13 years old, and fearing he had beaten the other boy to death, he ran away. At the time he had a combustible temper, but was otherwise known as honest and fair: "He would rather die than tell a lie”, people said. He was after all The Mormon Kid. He soon joined a band of rustlers to begin a life as an outlaw. At this time, he started going by the name of Matt Warner, and his exploits went from petty thieving to cattle stealing off the Utah and Wyoming territories.
Somewhere along the line, he married a girl named Rose Morgan, and the two ran a cattle ranch in Big Bend, Washington. He hooked up with his brother-in-law, outlaw Tom McCarty, and in no time, Warner was robbing banks and trains with the likes of Elza Lay and Butch Cassidy. In 1896 he got into a shootout where two men were killed. Warner insisted it was self-defense. He was tried for murder, but convicted of manslaughter, and sentenced to five years in prison. Rose died while her Mormon Kid was i 

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