Color: in Krug so no visuals, looks amber
Head: white, thinning
Nose: slight chocolate
Body: medium, soft
Palate: malty, slight chocolate, some roast, underlying hops
Finish: slightly bitter
Served: on tap at the Rittmayer Keller
Impression: I’d had this Kellerbier a few times at their Keller and always enjoyed it but it had been quite a few years since I was there. I’d heard some bad things about the beer so was intrigued to see if it had changed. I’ll have to admit, I went back as much for the great food as to resample the beer. That said, I was glad I gave it another go as I still found the Kellerbier a tasty beer. It had a very slight chocolate note to the otherwise malty palate and there were enough hops in the mix for a clean, slightly bitter finish. I liked it more than their Hausbier. I also found it heaps better than the beer I had at the super popular Brauhaus am Kruezberg just a few steps away.
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