Mikkeller Årh Hvad?!

Mikkeller (Beer)

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The Mikkeller Årh Hvad?! is a/an ale brewed by Mikkeller native of Denmark and has an alcoholic strength of 6%. At Drinks&Co, this beer scores an average rate of 4 of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Mikkeller Årh Hvad?!

Producer: Mikkeller
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 6%
Type Of Beer: Ale
Country: Denmark

Description · Mikkeller

Mikkeller Årh Hvad?!


  • Color: Mikkeller Årh Hvad?! has an amber color.
  • Smell: Aroma of phenols, belgian spicy yeast, pepper, grass and some fruit ... Very complex esters.
  • Taste: peppery flavor, yeast, phenols, fruity hops and grass round out the flavor. Semi dry finish with moderate carbonation bite and a half.

ABV: 6.8% Vol.



Math and physics teacher in denmark during by day, beer-enthusiast by night. That was Mikkel Borg Bjergso before he had the idea of brewing beer himself. He didn't have to wait long for success. Inspired by the American craft beer hype he and his friend, Kristian Keller, studied several books on...

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Mikkeller Årh Hvad

Mikkeller Årh Hvad ?! is an amber beer is brewed on the model of the traditional Belgian beers. Yet Mikkeller Mikkeller would be if no special twist to this beer

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Posted on at 05.14

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Mikkeller Årh Hvad

Belgian inspiration, the Arh Hvad Mikkeller is brewed. It is possible to translate the name of this beer with "Oh What" in French. But this beer is primarily a tribute to lOrval, and by extension to Brettanomyces yeast used in the design of the latter. Therefore not surprising to find a mid way between Pale Ale Belgian beer and spontaneous fermentation beer. Visually, this offers an amber beer color with orange reflections magnificent dune saccompagnant although persistent white foam. The nose on a beautiful complex evidence, notes from mango, peach, caramel but Brett. Is the mouth foremost dominated by these same aspects Brett yeast. Then gradually appear caramel and exotic fruits. The end appears hopped while offering a relatively subdued bitterness! With Arh Hvad the Mikkeller brewery sest not content to propose a simple clone Dorval but rather an innovative beer, playing heavily on the use of Brettanomyces yeast. Great art.

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