Mjolnir from Fearless Brewing


By: Fearless Brewing

Product Description: Fearless Brewing - Mjolnir - 16 oz Can

  • Size: 16 oz Can
  • Type: DIPA / Double IPA
  • Alcohol Content: 8.00% ABV
  • Region: Estacada, Oregon
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Tasting Notes: Bold, strong hops, bitter, pine, amber, gold, copper, boozy but drinkable.

What's on the bottle...

Named after the hammer of Thor pronounced mule-ner. This style features a very pronounced hop bitterness, flavor and aroma. Malt backbone is present but plays a minor role to the Galena, Columbus,Perle and Cascade hops

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Brewed from the magical waters of the Clackamas River Brewed just for you by Ken Johnson, Grand, High Exalted Mystical Brewer and Owner of Fearless Brewing Company, 326 South Broadway, Estacada, Oregon, Center of the Brewing Universe. Skoal!

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