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Drink'In The Sun Alcohol Free Pale Ale, Mikkeller, Denmark (0.3%, 330ml)

Beer and Cider
A delicious, pale, American-style wheat ale. Light gold in colour with vibrant citrus and tropical fruit on the nose, a satisfying texture on the palate and a hoppy, lively character through to the finish. It's just a bonus that at 0.3% it is about as alcoholic as fresh orange juice - designated drivers, rejoice!
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Code: BE1791

Wine characteristics

  • Beer and Cider
  • 0% Alcohol
  • Crown cap

Mikkeller

Mikkel Borg Bjergsø and Kristian Klarup Keller began experimenting with brewing beer in 2006 when Mikkel was a maths and physics teacher and Kristian a journalist. What started with simple brewing experiments in Mikkel's kitchen in Denmark soon grew into one of the most exciting, innovative and internationally recognised craft breweries, with a handful of dedicated tasting rooms, from San Francisco to Singapore, but with the heart of the operation most definitely still in Denmark.

Following their first appearance at the Copenhagen Beer Festival in 2006, showing eight new beers, the attention and demand was so high that they started to rent space and time in the other, bigger breweries, in order to use their facilities. This paved the way for lots of exciting collaborative brews, eventually embracing breweries from all over the world, constantly pushing the boundaries of what was thought possible.

While 10% of sales are in Denmark, Mikkeller now sell their beers in 40 countries internationally, and always at the forefront of the craft beer scene in whichever country they can be found. The focus has always been on variety and experimentation, with the release of alternatives to or barrel-aged versions of their other beers common. In 2013 alone more than 120 different beers were released by or through Mikkeller, the vast majority being limited edition or only available in particular areas, which only makes them more sought after by beer enthusiasts.

Mikkeller's vision is simple:...
Mikkel Borg Bjergsø and Kristian Klarup Keller began experimenting with brewing beer in 2006 when Mikkel was a maths and physics teacher and Kristian a journalist. What started with simple brewing experiments in Mikkel's kitchen in Denmark soon grew into one of the most exciting, innovative and internationally recognised craft breweries, with a handful of dedicated tasting rooms, from San Francisco to Singapore, but with the heart of the operation most definitely still in Denmark.

Following their first appearance at the Copenhagen Beer Festival in 2006, showing eight new beers, the attention and demand was so high that they started to rent space and time in the other, bigger breweries, in order to use their facilities. This paved the way for lots of exciting collaborative brews, eventually embracing breweries from all over the world, constantly pushing the boundaries of what was thought possible.

While 10% of sales are in Denmark, Mikkeller now sell their beers in 40 countries internationally, and always at the forefront of the craft beer scene in whichever country they can be found. The focus has always been on variety and experimentation, with the release of alternatives to or barrel-aged versions of their other beers common. In 2013 alone more than 120 different beers were released by or through Mikkeller, the vast majority being limited edition or only available in particular areas, which only makes them more sought after by beer enthusiasts.

Mikkeller's vision is simple: To brew beer which challenges people and which can be paired with food as an alternative to wine.
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