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Introducing "The Beach" ..
A.H. Riise’s grandparents migrated from Rendsburg and Altona in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, and the family ended up on the Island of “Ærø,” which later on, after Riise’s birth, became part of Denmark.
In the old days A. H. Riise delivered rum to the Danish navy, which protected the Danish territory against piracy as well as merchant ships sailing to and from the Danish West Indies. Today, it’s the Frogman Corps Danish Special Forces that has been deployed to hotspots around the world to tackle, among other things, piracy in the Mediterranean, the Middle East, Africa and the Indian Ocean.
The Frogman Corps is deployed on the front line and especially behind enemy lines. Many of the missions are carried out under extreme risk – and such missions give a very special unity among the soldiers in the Frogman Corps.
Unfortunately, not all come unscathed home from missions. Even a big strong frogman can get scars on body and soul. And then there is need for the special unity among frogmen.
“Current and former frogmen are one big family, and we help each other when needed. With the new fund the work to support and help frogmen in vulnerable situations will now become more organized,” says member of the board of the fund, Klaus, who does not want his last name known as he is still an active frogman.
The fund is called “Conventus Ranae” which is Latin for “An Assembly of Frogs”. In collaboration with the frogmen, A. H. Riise two years ago launched the unique Royal Danish Navy Frogman Rum. It is part of the profits from sales of this rum which now goes to the new fund.
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