Black Tokyo* Horizon

collaboration brew with Mikkeller and Nogne O

Black Tokyo* Horizon

Last Thursday we brewed a collaboration beer with our friends from Mikkeller (www.mikkeller.dk) and Nogne O (www.nogne-o.com). The beer is a fusion of the 3 brewery's respective big stouts, Black, Dark Horizon and Tokyo*.

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The brew team getting inspired the night before the brew!

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Loads of dark malts!

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Mikkel and Thomas looking on from the brew gantry.

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Kjetil inspects the mash with Jared.

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The beer should be available in late March 2011.

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Kim Odland 25th November, 2010 8:10am
A mix of 3 fantastic beers - must has it!!
richard boyden 22nd November, 2010 8:24pm
thanks for clearing that up James, but if its impact is going to be as big as everyone is anticipating, it wont matter on the size of the bottle, it will still need loads of space on the shelf!
Michael Richardson 22nd November, 2010 12:16pm
Will enough be made to find its way to Australia ? Please say yes... Please.. pretty please.
Jouni 22nd November, 2010 10:16am
Holy shit. Three of my favorite breweries, not to mention that Tokyo* and Dark Horizon 1st ed. are some of the best things I've ever poured down my throat. I'm willing to kill for this.
Cristian 22nd November, 2010 1:16am
That's what I would call a "triple" or maybe ... a "cube" :-)
paul noonan 21st November, 2010 2:11pm
f*%!ing mental, roll on next year.........well obviously at a nice slow pace, wouldn't mind living another 300 years..........: )
Dale 21st November, 2010 2:10pm
Oh dear, that's another one to look forward to! :)
andy mogg 21st November, 2010 10:01am
that has to be one of the sexiest labels known to man!
James, BrewDog 21st November, 2010 9:02am
Richard - that is a mistake on the draft label. It will be 330ml.
richard boyden 21st November, 2010 7:21am
This looks very exciting and with the reputations you 3 breweries have im expecting big things!!!! Is it really going to be over a pint aswell? I look forward to it. Although with Abstrakt in Feb and this in March, i dont think my bank manager is looking forward to it as much!