mkel07 (5847) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - AUG 14, 2011
330ml bottle. With a name like 10 could it be anything less. The Bo Derek of the beer world. Strong hop aromas and flavours that hits every part of your nose and mouth, an assault on the senses, wow. They just keep getting better and better. SPDickerman (1239) - Texas, USA - AUG 21, 2011
Pours hazy orange with a large, fluffy white head. Smells of citrus and pine with touches of grapefruit and flowers. Tastes incredibly bitter, almost exclusively, with a touch of malt underneath. Medium-bodied with wet texture and decent mouth-carbonation, Mikkeller 10 finishes with extreme lasting bittnerness right on the center of the tongue. dwyerpg (6078) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - DEC 31, 2010
Really smells fantastic, like a fresh-cut grapefruit. This is an excellent beer. Lot of hops, but well balanced between citrus and bittering. A good bitter finish, but not too dry. Really, the name "10" is worthy of this beer. djroehler (290) - Minnesota, USA - JAN 16, 2013
Copper to amber color, off white head, dissipates with lacing, amazing aroma, citrus, lemongrass, pineapple. Fresh taste, layers of hops, fresh grass, sweet pine, light acidity, excellent bitter lemon finish. domienS (250) - Oostakker, BELGIUM - MAY 17, 2014
Pours a clear dark blond beer with a big white foamy stable head. Slightly carbonated.
Smells really fresh, fruity and floral. Hints of lychee’s and grapefruit.
The aroma has a lot of the fruit in it.
Leaves a nice gentle bitter palate that doesn’t linger for to long. Big mouth feel.
Really great brew.
drpimento (3576) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 28, 2011
Damn, Sam, this is gooood beer! Let this bottle warm up to about the right temp and it poured like a dream with huge, fluffy, frothy, suddsy, foamy, thick, cream colored head and lots of clingy lace. Color is an amber copper with lots of tiny bubble trails. Aroma is hops, fruit, pine, malt, caramel. Taste is like nose with lots of interplay between bitter and mildly sweet with some dry high points. Body is full and soft with some buzz on the tongue with the fine, yet robust carbonation. Finish is dominated by hop and a little alcohol. Love to try this on draft. Somebody send me a keg! freekyp (2194) - Thomasville, North Carolina, USA - JAN 10, 2013
This is THE IPA to beat in my book. Combines a bracing pacific northwest and continental hop blend with smooth German caramel malts for a beer that is both a showcase for smart use of hops and very drinkable for its 6.9%. Aroma is bright and full of citrus character with some spiciness courtesy of the EKGs in there. The malt backbone carries the hops but never showcases itself, and while I am a huge fan of highly malted beers I appreciate that this blend does exactly what it is intended to do. While bitter enough to please the hop heads, this beer ends on a balanced note that is both clean but still allows residual hop bitterness to linger. Pours a murky unfiltered pale brown with a solid off-white head and scads of messy lacing. Not a hop bomb, but rather a showcase in restraint and drinkability. Seek it out. konstifik (573) - SWEDEN - MAY 25, 2010
Bottle from Vinens Verden, Odense. Beautiful unclear golden amber with a frothy white head. Aroma is an explosion of hoppy tropical fruits and resin. Also some berries and cookies. The aromas are nicely balanced to each other. Taste is off-dry and has a nice hoppy bitterness. Top class IPA! Getbetter (1033) - East Palo Alto, California, USA - AUG 7, 2010
From a 12oz,dark golden, white head,bubblegum, spruce, floral, medium bitterness, medium high c02. BlackEyePA (573) - USA - JAN 21, 2011
This guy never ceases to amaze me. This beer is great...it has alot going on, but if you stay up on his ideas for his brew techniques...you will realize he doesnt want to make the same type beers. He loves IPAs, and darks and yada yada. Anyway, he is a hop master, and I truly believe he has tried so many diff. types and combos, he gave us a baseline of single hopIPAs each individual tastes. This one takes those a step further. For those people who think he went too far or just got nuts with the hops, youre not a hophead. Enjoy the future or innovation of beer. I love IPA. I have had quite a few good ones, and there will be a point I get to and I had enough and that one was perfect or the point of no return, but that day is not todday. Its fruity, piney, delicious packed with hops and cedary. Aroma kicks that ass. Heaven. Appearance is red, amber gold. Taste is hoppyyyyyy, sweet, fruit, spicy, pineapple, lumber, apricot, peach, bread, a bag of hops dropped on ya, love it. Differentials in taste really make it worthwhile. Palate is cedar, pine resin, alcohol and dank beer. Overall is awesome, if you like real IPAs, you will be suprised and enjoy the energy put into this beer, so much hop love added. Yummm