Color: pale yellow
Head: creamy, white
Nose: malt, some cereal
Palate: malt, grainy, underlying hops
Finish: dryish, bitterish
Served: on tap at the brewery
Impression: This was the first beer I had when doing the Bierquellenwanderweg. A friend had come all the way from the US and we’d had quite a day getting from Munich to this area. To say the beer was disappointing would be an understatement and if I’d done what he had that day, I would have probably not been as good a sport as he was. Luckily, the rest of the beers, including the Landbier from this brewpub, fared a lot better. To be fair, I’ve not had a chance to drink it again but hopefully one day I will.
Next beer or back to the beer list.
2 thoughts on “Kürzdörfer Vollbier”
Oh well, when I saw the picture I told myself “Damn that looks tasy AF, I wish I was lying under the sun drinking right there”. I guess appareances can be deceiving…
I’d like to have it again and see what I think sans all the high expectations. Last time, I only had time for one and got the Landbier. It was even better than I had remembered. Gradl is a tough act to follow too.