Mikkeller's Beer Geek Breakfast Stout isn't any oatmeal stout. It might be the richest, most flavorful, coffee-packed oatmeal stout in the entire world of craft beer.
And you can now brew it at home on your stovetop.
Mikkeller's Beer Geek Breakfast Stout is one of our absolute favorite stouts in the world. Plus, it's one of the most award winning-est. And you can now easily make it at home. Our newest craft brewery collaboration is a big one. Developed alongside the world renowned Mikkeller Brewing out of Denmark, we scaled down the brewery's Beer Geek Breakfast recipe so that you can recreate this amazingly rich stout in your very own kitchen.
Featuring original artwork from Mikkeller's iconic designer Keith Shore, this compact, easy-to-use Beer Making Kit will proudly fit in any home, no matter how big or small.
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Designed as the perfect breakfast companion, Beer Geek Breakfast Stout is one of the best stouts in the world. Period. Loaded with smooth coffee flavors, it's heavily roasted while maintaining a gentle sweetness and rich body. This was not an easy beer for Mikkeller to design. Luckily, it's now easy to brew. It's won more awards than we can list, and, honestly, If we could pour it over pancakes, we would. Actually, we might just try that.
Mikkeller started in a Copenhagen kitchen by a math and physics teacher whose mission was to make a beer that was a little out of the ordinary. His name was Mikkel Borg Bjergsø, and since 2006, he's been making some of the world's most creative beers. And not just with malted barley, hops and yeast. Mikkeller constantly experiments with new ingredients, techniques and styles to create beer that is truly extraordinary. Today, Mikkeller beers can be found in more than 40 countries around the world. Including breweries (with amazing taprooms) in Queens, NYC and San Diego, CA.
Brooklyn Brew Shop is a Brooklyn, NY based food start up dedicated to helping people easily make beer, cider, bubbly & food that's as good as (if not better than) the world's best breweries and restaurants.