Mikkeller Limbo Riesling Sour

Mikkeller Limbo Riesling Sour

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Mikkeller Limbo Riesling is a Flemish Primitive non-alcoholic sour beer, with Riesling Juice from Mikkeller Vineyards.

The Danish craft beer company is crazy excited to introduce this new brew to the world.

It’s the latest in their Limbo series and you need to taste it!

Format: 330ml
ABV
: 0.3%
Origin: Denmark (Brewed in Belgium)

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LF
10/12/2021
Liam F.
Canada Canada
A beer-wine medley made in heaven

Less pucker than your everyday sour, this refreshing, lighty, wine-influenced crusher hits all the right notes. Sweet green grape and kiwi flavours from the riesling lees contribute most of the character, which is brought home by a delicate effervescence. Made a great accompaniment to my Thanksgiving dinner.

JM
10/07/2021
Jack M.
United States United States
Praise the grapes!

This one rivals the Limbo Raspberry. It may not be as sour, but the complexity of the yeast is there. It melds well with the white grapes. Get some if you're a fan of the Limbo Series!

M
08/29/2021
MikeC
Canada Canada
I recommend this product
Great Sour

With many of the 'sour' beer that is out there in both the alcohol and non-alcohol realms they are one dimensional kettle sours with fruit puree - Milkkellar, as with all their brewing, kicks our a great beer with great complexity balanced with good body that betters the sour world. Well done!

AW
08/03/2021
Andrew W.
Canada Canada
#1

Maybe my favourite NA beer I’ve tried

AG
05/25/2021
Aaron G.
Canada Canada
I recommend this product
fantastically refreshing and different

I love all the beers from this series. While this one might be the most unusual (to my tastes) it's also every bit as tasty as its siblings. With the Reisling notes, balanced with the distinct sour and funk of the Mikkeller "Henry..." base, there is a lot going on here. Reminiscent of a funky sweet/tart white wine as much as a sour beer. It's curious, but compelling. It's also damn tasty.