Mikkeller Keeper (5%)

KeeperKeeper is an “American Pilsner” and, apart from Stella 5, is the least impressive Mikkeller beer that I’ve had.
But Mikkeller works on a different level to most other brewers and so, even though it’s not anywhere near Mikkeller’s finest moment, this is a very good Pilsner stuffed with American hops.
The aroma is freshly cut flowers and melon, and the beer pours a warm gold with a big fluffy head.
There’s a good honey wafer malt, some nice warm spicy tones and a green and leafy herbal hop twang that leads you to a very nice crisp finish.
Easy to drink, easy to describe, but Mikkeller can do a lot better than this.

Source: Cotteridge Wines

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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