Already on the shelves, the intriguingly named Mikkeller beers are available in 330ml cans and priced at £2.50 each.
Mikkeller was set up in Copenhagen in 2006 by maths and physics teacher Mikkel Borg Bjergsø who began by experimenting with hops, malt and yeast at home.
Just over ten years later, the brewer and his cutting-edge brand is now saluted within the craft beer industry for its quality, creativity, consistency and distinctive style.
Style: Pale Ale
Description: Hazy golden in colour, this Pale Ale offers a beautiful fruity aroma with citrus fruits and tropical coming to the fore and following right through to the dry, bitter finish.
Style: India Pale Ale
Description: Bright and hoppy IPA with tropical citrus fruit aromas on the nose and a plate bursting with tangy orange and pineapple plus warm pine notes.
Style: Passionfruit Berliner Weisse
Description: A crisp passion fruit Berliner Weisse with passionfruit, lemon and light bready notes on the nose and palate packed once again with passionfruit but with an acidic backbone and a bright and funky finish.
Description: A crisp and easy drinking Pilsner with an aroma of fruit and zesty hops. The palate is a blend of orange peel and hay with a floral, slightly bitter finish.
The first UK Mikkeller bar, a collaboration with eighties pop icon Rick Astley, is set to open in Shoreditch, London in October.