Kürzdörfer Landbier Dunkel
Head: off white, dense
Palate: malt, touch of chocolate, some fruitiness
Finish: dryish, bittersweet
Served: on tap at the brewery
Impression: While not up there with the dark beers at nearby Gradl and Herold, it is nonetheless a nice example of the style, with a malty palate and some chocolate. It goes well with their Flammkuchen and if you only have time for one beer at this stop, this is the one to get.
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