Named after a Danish elelctro pop group Tiger Baby and its third album 'Open Windows Open Hills'. To celebrate the release Mikkeller and Tiger Baby brewed a special 'Open Windows Open Hills'-IPA, which matches the melancholic pop songs.
Best paired with Cheese fondues; fish batter; marinades for meat or poultry; stir-fries
Appearance: Pours a yellow gold with an amber tint. The body is clear, and atop sits a modest layer of foamy suds. Once the head subsides, it grips onto the glass and leaves its markings all the way down.
Aroma: Lemon, tangerine, grass.
Taste: Dry malt, gigantic citrus hops. Lots of grapefruit and orange.
It should be served at 40-45F and should be stored at 35-40F.
This beer pairs well with salad, Pan Asian food and poultry. It also pairs well with an assortment of cheeses including asiago, colby, parmesan, fontina, brick, edam and feta cheese.
This coppered colored American pale ale lends its hue to hearty two row malts and hand selected specialty grains. Hop additions balance the wort, resulting in a tasty union of flavors and earthy aromas. Behold the bitter hysteria!
Salads, baked fish, hot dogs and mild sausage, mild to medium sharp cheeses
Mayflower Pale Ale offers a New World take on this Old World favorite. It combines a slightly sweet and toasted malt quality from caramel malt with floral and citrusy aromas from the finest quality English and American-grown hops. The result is a well-balanced, highly drinkable ale.
Medium-sharp cheeses, salads, grilled chicken, hot dogs
Flavors and aromas of zesty citrus, passionfruit, and pine present themselves throughout due to the use of Warrior, Flaconer's Flight, and Simcoe hops. A very subtle malt sweetness comes from the American 2-Row, CaraPils, Caramel 40L, Red Wheat malts for balance. This pale ale is intended to finish dry.
This generously hopped pale ale is a strike in your mouth! Brewed with lots of Pacific Northwest & New Zealand hops this beer is ten frames of big citrus and tropical fruit aroma and flavor. A strong malt backbone rounds it out and makes this pale ale a delight for the senses. The pins may be small but the flavor is huge! In our town, we roll Duckpin—a true Baltimore original.
Grilled chicken or fish, medium sharp cheeses, mild sausages.
This pale beer pours with a creamy white head. It has an elegant malty aroma and fruity flavor which is the result of the pilsner malt and Safbrew yeast. The Saaz hops provide a mild, balancing bitterness.
Rapscallion Honey, is an extra pale style ale infused with native wildflower honey from local farmers. It’s a crisp, clean, and refreshing craft beer with hints of cascade and nugget hops balanced by a subtle honey aftertaste.