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Mikes Brewing / Geisha Coffee 4% - 330ml Bottle

$6.20 NZD

Mikes Brewing / Geisha Coffee 4% - 330ml Bottle

$6.20 NZD

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Brown Ales have been made in England since the late 17th Century. There is much debate as to whether the category even exists with many disparate beers sharing a name and colour but little with regard to recipe or flavour profile. The most popular traditional examples, such as Manns and Samuel Smith's, are light bodied, easy drinking beers of moderate strength (3-5%) with rounded nutty, bread-y malt flavours and low bitterness. Although it is an extremely unpopular style among New Zealand brewers, it is obvious to see why the team at mike's thought a Brown Ale the clear choice to match some very special coffee beans. Geisha beans are grown in Panama and so highly regarded, they are the most expensive in the world. The brewers had delicate and aromatic cold brew coffee in mind when creating the recipe and we think they hit it exactly.

BREWERY // mike's
BEER // Geisha
STYLE // Coffee Brown Ale
ORIGIN // Urenui, Taranaki
ABV // 4%
TEMPERATURE // Cellar temperature - 8-10C
FOOD MATCH // Ploughman's Lunch. Chicken & Sausage Gumbo. Vanilla Bean Iced Chocolate Cupcake.
GLASS // Dimpled Glass. China Mug

Style: Brown Ale

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