"An imperial stout brewed with: water, malt, roasted barley, flaked oats, dark cassanade, honey, hops, coffee, vanilla and ale yeast. Finally……! Black Hole is what Mikkeller is all about. Daring, vulgar and extreme. From the very beginning Mikkellers goal has been to push the limit and with this warming, intense imperial stout, a new chapter in the Danish beer history has been written. The high bitterness from the hops and the sweetness from the malt and alcohol, creates a good balance which makes Black Hole an explosion of nuances, but also leaves a feeling of a perfect and complex beer – in the heavyweight category." -- importer
If you have not tried any Mikkeller yet, you are missing out...delicious, delicious beers.
more beers from Mikkeller
Nogne # 100 Barley Wine Style Ale...$8.49 / pint
"Our 100th batch, brewed for the enjoyment of the brewers, but popular demand forced us to release it commercially. This malty, yet light bodied ale has a massive hop bitterness. Most enjoyable in a comfortable chair in front of a roaring fire. Recommended serving temperature 16°C/61°F Ingredients: Maris Otter, wheat, and chocolate malt; Columbus, Chinook, and Centennial hops; English ale yeast, and our local Grimstad water. " -- Nogne
other Nogne we have in stock
Brasserie Dieu du Ciel Peche Mortel..$4.99 / 11oz
Back in stock!
"The tiny ‘Dieu du Ciel!’ brew-pub, just at the edge of Montrèal's city center, has developed an incredible reputation and a devoted following in only a few short years. The young brewer, Jean-François, has never had any formal training as a brewer, but he is a natural, with superb skills and flawless instincts.‘Dieu du Ciel!’ is a common exclamation, meaning ‘God in Heaven!’ more or less, which is undoubtedly the most polite oath you are likely to hear in Montrèal – a city with a well-known penchant for turning religious sentiments into profanity." -- more info
Eisenbahn Vigorosa...$13.99 / 6pk
Unfiltered Wheat Doublebock
"Eisenbahn's Vigorosa is an effervescent unfiltered wheat double bock with notes of toasted whole-grain bread, bananas, and chocolate." -- importer
more beers from Eisenhahn
"De Ranke beers are robust and flavorful and famous for their massive hoppiness. Made in small batches only on the weekends, they are quickly gaining a reputation as the best specialty beers of Belgium. A strong blonde ale of about 8.5% alc. by volume that claims vaguely to be an “abbey” beer, Guldenberg bears no resemblance whatsoever to any Tripel you may have sampled, except in color perhaps. It is very hoppy and malty (though not quite as assertive as De Ranke’s XX Bitter). A wine-loving friend of ours pronounced it “too good to be beer.” We’ll just say that Guldenberg shows just how good beer can be." -- importer
t'Smitsje Great Reserva...$5.69 / 11oz
Very limited-aged in scotch barrels.
"'tsmisje Kerst matured in Michel Couvreur’s whiskey barrels.Appearance: Excellent carbonation. nice head.Flavors: Rich flavours from fruit, woody hints of whisky.Finish: Very warming with a slight alcohol burn and very soft whiskey flavor." -- importer
"It’s a sad tale, the closing of the venerable Brakspear brewery in Henley-on-Thames, where the most famous and surely the best Bitter in England has been made for centuries. The brewery, in operation since 1779, was sold off in 2002 in parts to make room for an upscale hotel, and everyone who worked there was let go, without so much as a by-your-leave. But for beer lovers, the closing was not a complete disaster. Thankfully, the master brewer at Brakspear, Peter Scholey, determined to strike out on his own. Peter has set up shop as Ridgeway Brewing, not so far from Henley, and already he’s putting out beers so good they could almost make you forget Brakspear altogether."
Foreign Export Stout...$5.29 / pint
"Ridgeway FES bottle matures ina similar way to vintage port. Roasted malts and leaf hops initially provide an aroma of breakfast coffee and fresh spices that gradually fades to reveal licorice, caramel and raisin notes that are products of the ageing process. Beneath all this change sits a a solid and resilient backbone of bitter English hop." -- Ridgeway
Bad King John English Black Ale...$5.29 / pint
"Bad King John is black...bitter...intense...like the ruthless man it honours. Do not come here looking for subtlety!" -- Ridgeway
Ivanhoe English Pale Ale...$5.29 / pint
"A beautiful, dark red, classic English ale from one of the U.K.’s most prolific and sought-after brewers. The idea, you see, was to make the most "English" beer you’ve ever tasted, and damn it, this ale hits the target. We’ll have none of your dreadfully over-hopped, thin, and drippy modern confections this time ‘round. Ivanhoe is the real thing." -- importer
Blue...$5.29 / pint
"Dinstintively hoppy, lively, refreshing. Blue is the first bottle conditioned ale brewed deliberately to taste great chilled. Try shared in two stemmed glasses to appreciate hop derived muscadet aromas." -- Ridgeway