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Mikkeller
Brewed at Anchorage Brewing Company

Style: India Pale Ale (IPA)
Copenhagen, Denmark
Serve in Shaker, Tulip

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RATINGS: 368   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.84/5   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bottled with Brettanomyces.

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3.9
   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 17/20
JohnGalt1 (1721) - Boise, Idaho, USA - JUL 28, 2013
Picked this up tonight at the Boise COOP for $14... Cheaper than any other place in town. Pours a very hazy pale straw golden... fizzy white head dies back quickly.. light spott lacing. Whoa... the nose is plenty hoppy.. but very buggy.. brett is big lemony essence.. grassy and some barnyard... "Farmhouse" for sure.. piney hops grow with warmth so does the brett. Dry and dusty brett is the big player here... citrus and spicy notes play well.. green apple skin tartness... a heavy pine hoppiness is the finish almost like pine branches. Dry brett finish just lingers forever. Very interesting.. huge carbonation and the expected body... but I doubt I will buy this again.. "one and done"... glad I got the chance, but the quality just did not make me think I want another big purchase. Serving type: bottle


4
Alengrin (5884) - BELGIUM - JAN 9, 2018
Bottle of about a year old, bought at Gedeelde Vreugde and shared with Goedele. Tightly cobweb-lacing, egg-white, somewhat irregular, moussy, stable head over an initially near-clear, warm orange-tinged peach blonde beer with lively sparkling, hazy with sediment. Aroma very Bretty but in a onedimensional kind of way ('laboratory Brett'), yet still very pleasant, combined with the hops and malts providing impressions of old Camembert cheese, fermenting gooseberries, moldy old oranges, stale grape juice, white raspberries, old white bread, sweaty cheese spread, damp hay, goat stable, old urine somewhere. Juicy, fruity, notably estery onset, peach, grapes, melon and a lot of green gooseberries, sweetish with tart edges - yet no explicit sourness. Medium, bit minerally carbonation, supple and lean, doughy body, a tad oily, soggy bread, leading to a dry, spicy, bit earthy and cheesy finish, lots of abbey cheese and cheese spread, bready yeasty notes and old dry grapefruit peel hop bitterness. I feel the combination of Brett with hoppiness is always in some or other way indebted to Orval and this too is in certain ways a grandchild of the great amber trappist ale standard, but has a modern, American feel to it which I can appreciate; full and bready, dry, very cheesy (aging of the hops, no doubt) and, even if a bit 'simple' in its Brettanomyces effect, clearly making its point as a 'farmhouse IPA'. Enjoyed it, not sure if this bottle is worth its relatively high price, though. Then again, it is an interesting bottle to keep as a relic with the melting face and all (I've seen it many times before finally purchasing it) so that's worth something too, I guess...

4
minihame2 (788) - Oulu, FINLAND - JAN 5, 2018
Clear, light yellow colour, this and soapy white head. Aroma has citrus fruit, yeasty and earthy. Semi hoppy taste, tart, dry finish, earthy also. Light body, medium carbonation, light mouthfeel. Nice.

4
Mesjasz (1726) - Lodz, POLAND - DEC 28, 2017
Aromat lekko ziemisty, funkowy, kwiatowo owocowy. Lekka goryczka, dosyc wytrawne. Smaczne.

4.5
weark (924) - Morges, SWITZERLAND - NOV 14, 2017
UPDATED: NOV 22, 2017 Bouteille achetée sur le webshop Mikkeller - De couelur jaune paille trouble avec une fine mousse blanche crémeuse - Au nez des aromes de brett nous saute au nez, des notes de peche, d'abricot, légèrement agrumes et fruits tropicaux, les brett apportent enormement au nez et se marie a merveille avec le blé - En bouche on reste sur cet accord blé brett peche incroyable, vraiment très fruitée, avec du corp et une belle douceur, les brett on bien manger les sucres et la bière est sèche meme avec du corp - Corp moyen, amertume moyenne, carbonation pétillante, sèche et onctueuse, final blé bret peche incroyable - Superbe, magnifique, incroyable ce corp et ces aromes

3.7
rami_pl (4792) - Warszawa, POLAND - SEP 24, 2017
Rami Rami is drinking an Invasion IPA by Mikkeller at Warszawski Festiwal Piwa 2017 A la orval, ale bardziej dzikie, owocowosc cytrynowa. Nieco apteczne posmaki. Bdb

3.7
RichTheVillan (8443) - Birmingham, West Midlands, ENGLAND - JUL 29, 2017
Bottle during Mikkeller massive bottle share; hazy yellow pour with a bubbly white head, aroma has big farmyard action, metallic brett, lemon sherbet.

3.8
brigg (720) - New York, USA - JUL 21, 2017
(Bottle) Cloudy, pale yellow opaque body with a big, frothy white head. Yeasty aroma with pear, bread, peach, slightly nutty, some lemon; musty. Light- to medium-bodied, bubbly. Flavor is sharp and acidic; mild lemon-grapefruit, with some stone fruit; grass. Strong but not overpowering bitterness; refreshing.

4
AndreasP (325) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - JUL 12, 2017
An initial strong aroma of rotting pineapples quickly disappears and leaves a classic brett. The taste is fruity-sweet malt and funky brett while any hops present at bottling time 21 months prior to my consumption are gone. But still very nice.

3.6
sokuzs1 (1644) - POLAND - JUN 27, 2017
FDP Backlog. Pineapple, leather, citrus, spruce, herbs. Medium bitter, tart.

3.7
jmgreenuk (10343) - Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA - JUN 14, 2017
Bottle at Taps Beer Bar, Kuala Lumpur. Poured a hazy straw colour with a frothy white head. The aroma is bretty yeast, citrus fruit, light hop. The flavour is moderate bitter light sweet with a light crisp fresh tart citrus hop bitter palate. Medium bodied with average carbonation.


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