Let us tell you the story of Mikkeller Henry and His Science.
Henry put on his science gloves and came up with his own yeast culture. It was perfect. Just right for this microbiologically flavoured ale.
Order some Mikkeller Henry and His Science to find out how the story ends. It’s an intriguing and wonderfully tasty addition to our collection of Mikkeller non-alcoholic brews.
Note: we previously sold this in a 330ml format; it is now 440ml.
Origin: Denmark (Brewed in Belgium)
Henry, man, you have something going here
This is great. A sweet/sour blend, no off flavors or flaws. A complete refresher. I say drink one…. or six,.. after work or working out. It’s just spectacular. I know, not much of a review but really it’s just so nice.
Wonderful flavour, light and refreshing
Henry the Scientist
Henry know's what he is doing. Highly recommend if you enjoy a sour.
This was everything I wanted it to be. Tasted like an excellent sour craft beer.
Maybe The All Around Best Mikkeller NA
I suppose I'm making an assumption about how Mikkeller creates these NA sour beers, but if this is the "base" that they add the Riesling, Raspberry, Lime, etc to.. it's a very nice beer on it's own without the fruit additions. While the Gose is my overall favourite (love the salt), I think this is such a drinkable sour. The yeast and hops combine to provide very tropical and fruity notes, and whatever the brewer is doing for body in these sours is quite literally the best I've tasted in a NA. Another reviewer mentions the Slight Of Hand as a "better sour pale ale" and while individual tastes might differ - I find Slight Of Hand to be lighter in body and has the classic NA "tang" that I don't love. I'm not sure what creates this but you get it in many of the QC beers and the Brew Dog ones as well. If you like Belgian sours, I think you will vibe with this one. Like I said, even without adding fruit like the other Mikkeller's, this one is fruity, tart, and has nice body for an NA.