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Gluten Free visit + report

Not too long ago, we invited to come in for a tasting and a briefing on our gluten free beers. is a website (in Danish) created to inform like minded folks dealing with the struggle of trying to steer away from gluten in everyday products. It serves as an outlet for general information, […]


Tasting Panel – If We Took The Bones Out, It Wouldn’t Be Crunchy

A beer that is the result of a co-work between Mikkeller and the record company Crunchy Frog, where it is meant to play a liquid key role in a series of musical  pop-up events in Copenhagen. This is an brown ale, and it pours a reddish brown topped with an off-white head. The aroma is […]


Tasting Panel – I’m A Kombo

A colab between Mikkeller and Danish food designers IM A KOMBO A hazy golden brew with a fine lasting white head, poured from a fine small fat German-style bottle – First Mikkeller in these kind of bottles as far as we know. At first we must admit we didn’t follow the serving directions as described on […]


Tasting Panel – Kärlek Fall/Winter 2014

The swedes are being spoiled – once again. This is one big hoppy smelling beer. It is floral with notes of grape fruit and young green chest nuts. It has quite a big mouth feel with a creamy texture. Lots of citric notes are dominating the picture with a very quiet maltyness, which makes this […]


Tasting Panel – MAD4 / WHAT IS COOKING?

Pineapple – Apple A clear golden pilsner with a fine white head. The aroma is almost like mild perfume, with tropical fruit, marzipan and the added chamomile sticking out as an interesting feature. In the taste, the chamomile is present very heavily at first, followed by a fresh touch of green apples -leading to a […]


Tasting Panel – George Vs. Brian BA Ed.

George Vs. Brian aged in three different barrels – Tequila, Calvados and Cherry Wine. Calvados edition This black hard-hitting beauty is pouring thick black, leaving a fine soy colored head.The nose is very characteristic for Mikkeller’s strong stouts. It is sweet, and the barrel comes through very clear. Raw licorice, apples, honey and chocolate cookie […]

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Tasting Panel – Mikkeller/Meirer Beer Geek Riesling

A wine with a smooth elegance. Clear light green color with a slightly fizzy touch from the well balanced acidity to this pleasantly fruity sweetness. The nose makes you think of elder flower, honey melon and also a variety of floral scents. The palate is slightly oily, and the mineral part makes its big entrance […]

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Tasting panel “Grape Fruit Dead”

MIkkeller / 18th street Brewery – Grape Fruit Dead This collaboration beer with a tribute to the mighty Californian band, Grateful Dead pours a hazy orange with a fine thin white head. The nose clearly reveals the grapefruit as a key figure in this brew. With a fine hoppy profile that is best described as […]


Tasting Panel – Show Me Cuvee

Show Me Cuvee presents itself with a dark reddish brown pour with a fluffy off white head. The aroma is a bit anonymous at first, but quickly revel a fine and complex spiced aroma. You will find fresh cherries, brown sugar, raisins, cloves and some cinnamon. You will also sense the mild hints of banana […]


Tasting Panel – Beer Weak Brunch Weasel

Beer Weak Brunch Weasel – ABV: 4,8% Vol. The kid brother to the epic Brunch Weasel has a fine brown color and is topped by a cappuccino colored head. The aroma burst open with vanilla, burned almonds, and coffee with a high level of acidity. Upon tasting, it reveals itself with lots of dry dark […]


Tasting Panel – Hues

Hues – ABV: 5 % Vol. This spontaneous fermented beer has been aged in Hungarian oak barrels and appears with a light amber color with almost no head. The aroma is huge and very vinous. A clear impression of oxidized apples is the first thing that hits you, which made us think of heavy old […]


Tasting Panel – Sally Monroe

Sally Monroe – American Pale Ale – Alc. 2,8 % Vol. Sally pours a hazy golden body topped with a fine white head. The aroma is huge with a blooming profile almost like Jasmine flowers. On top you get the out sprung summer impression with both notes of honey and melon, but underneath a fine […]

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Tasting Panel – Boon, Barrel no. 76 – Two year old lambic

Poured from tap it appears hazy and orange with almost no carbonation and thus no head at all. It’s a beauty that almost looks like light amber as you see in real apple juice or British cider. The aroma is mild, gentle and round – and not at all what you expect from a lambic. […]


Tasting Panel – Majsgoop – 3 different versions

Majsgoop – 3 different versions 1. The beer pours a deep hazy orange pour with a fine white head. The aroma is sweet and malty with fine traces of alcohol, toffee and a nice hop profile that adds citrus and grapefruit to the picture. We also pick up some mild notes of heather honey and newly […]

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Mikkeller – Faro Reddish brown hazy pour with a potent fluffy white head. The nose is fruity in a heavy acidic and citric way, topped with a fine sweetness as from dried fruits like apricots and prunes. You will also find a blooming freshness like in elderflowers. The mouthfeel is creamy with a pretty low […]

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From Mikkellers Dusty Cellars

We asked the skilled Mikkeller tasting panel to go down in the dusty cellars and try some of our old treasures to see if they are still beautiful. The conclusion is – they are. Here are the notes on six beautiful beers worth trying. Cigar City – Maduro Brown Ale A little flat when poured […]


The Tasting Panel (who are they?)

The Tasting Panel. We use people at Mikkeller. This is a short story of how it’s done and whom we force to drink beer. As you have all read before on this blog, we have a panel of pro tasting people. And we kindly ask them to assist us in tasting some of our products. […]