Brewery: Klosterbrauerei Weissenhohe
Color: deep chestnut
Head: tan, dissipating
Nose: richly malty, dried fruit
Palate: rich malt, dried fruit
Finish: long, semi-dry, bittersweet
Served: from a bottle bought in the area
Impression: I had this powerful Dopplebock on tap the first time I visited their pub and haven’t managed to be there the right time of year since so was happy to see a bottle of it at the store. The bottled version lost its head quickly but it is 8%. The nose was quite rich and full of dried fruit as was the palate. It had a surprisingly dry finish for its strength. I’d like to get it on tap again as it wasn’t quite up to memory.
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