Color: dark brown
Head: tan, dense
Nose: malty but a hint of chocolate
Body: full-bodied, medium carbonation
Palate: roasty, bitter chocolate notes
Finish: clean, dryish and bittersweet
Served: on tap at the brewery
Impression: Sometimes low expectations can work in your favor. I’d never been hard pressed to go to either Erlangen or try the Kitmann beers but decided to finally give both a go last year. I have to say I was very surprised by both. Kitmann was a charming place and we lucked out with nice weather to sit in their lovely small outside seating area. The Dunkles was a fine example of the style and went very well with the equally great food Kitzmann set out. We’ll be back.
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3 thoughts on “Kitzmann Dunkles”
I just recently discovered Dunkles! We have a German Brewery in town and they got me on board
Good to hear. Sadly, it’s losing in popularity here but hopefully the craft beer scene that’s finally hitting Germany will bring it back to its rightful place. Hard to imagine that at one point, that’s all there really was.
Right! That’s crazy to think about! I would be cool with it if that was my only real option.