A Note on This Beer
The Norse god of Mischief, Loki, takes many different forms. A giant wolf, a six legged horse, an eagle that spits fire — once, in an attempt to sneak into a secret meeting, he transformed into an elderly woman named Thonkk (pronounced thanks)!
Shape shifting may be one path to getting your way, but today’s Drekker Lactose Double IPA has nothing to hide — this brew assumes true beer form, ready to kick your beer fridge’s IPA stash up from pedestrian Midgard tier to a fridge straight out of Valhalla!
Loads of CTZ, El Dorado, Mosaic and Amarillo Hops form a massively fruity pineapple character with mango aromas. The added milk sugars give a playful shift to the IPA flavors, creating touches of slightly sweet, creamy finishes to every gleeful sip.
Legends tell of Drekker winning countless GABF and U.S. Open Beer Championship medals for beers like this. Actually, those aren’t legends, that’s verified stuff — Drekker beer rocks.
With a can of this luxe, creamy Milkshake IPA, you can be one of the chosen orators to say, “Yes! Loki was indeed my homeboy, and he lived in my BEER FRIDGE!”
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very smooth. solid hop flavors. easy drinking
Daily corona battle. Meh. edition. This is Drekker being Drekker. Crazy juicy, plenty of zesty hops, pineapple and citrus with a balancing bite, but also sweet and creamy. Sweet n crushable.
A really good DIPA that showcases how much lactose can impact a beer. The beer is mildly sweet, very citrusy, smooth, and creamy. The hops stand out and make they say well-balanced beer.
freshly squeezed Sunny D, if there was such a thing. Obviously lots of sweetness here. Borderline too much considering it’s not a triple. Still very good!
A nice sweet milkshake that’s still nice and bitter
Smooth and juicy
Great taste - smooth and not too hoppy
Great citrus to hop ratio, enjoyable, refreshing, thick, hazy, and a very nice overall flavor.
lots of hopes
smooth and great taste
FFT. loved the lactose smoothness
very good flavor.
fit for any viking
wish I had like 100 of these