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Beer Geek Brunch Weasel (Mikkeller)

BEER GEEK BRUNCH WEASEL is an Imperial Stout from Denmark’s Mikkeller Brewery. Part of their “Beer Geek” series, Weasel uses Kopi Luwak coffee beans (widely regarded as the best and most expensive coffee in the world) to add an extra dimension to this beer.

Beer Geek Brunch Weasel clocks in with a beefy 10.9% ABV.

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Koppi Coffee IPA (Mikkeller)

Even though I already had a cabinet full of beer as soon as I saw this beer I knew I had to try it. It’s not everyday that you come across a coffee IPA. Leave it up to those wacky Danes to put coffee in, what’s otherwise known as a hoppy beer, the india pale ale. There are two variations of Koppi out there and the one I picked up is brewed with Tomahawk hops and Guji natural coffee. This odd duck of a beer clocks in at 6.9%.

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Rauch Geek Breakfast (Mikkeller)

Rauch Geek Breakfast is the American name for the Mikkeller beer Beer Geek Bacon. When it came time to import the beer into the United States, the FDA informed them that a name change was in order since the beer did not actually contain any bacon. They changed the name from Beer Geek Bacon to Rauch Geek Breakfast (keeping in line with their other “Geek” and “Breakfast” beers and adding the German word for smoke). Whatever you want to call it, this Double/Imperial Stout clocks in at 7.5% ABV.

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