Nothhaft Rawetzer Zoigl
Color: unfiltered amber
Head: sudsy, thinning
Palate: malty, some fruitiness
Finish: fairly clean
Served: from a bottle bought locally
Impression: This was the least impressive of the six bottles I tried. It looked promising and there wasn’t anything wrong with it but I wouldn’t call it a Zoigl and it was lacking in the hop department to be a a good Kellerbier. It was the least dry of all the beers, perhaps outside of the Starkbier but that was 7.5%! I’d give this a pass if saw it again and save my Zoigl drinking for the Oberpfalz.
Next beer or back to the beer list.
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