Brewery: Schübel Bräu
Style: unfiltered Hellerbock
Color: unfiltered golden
Head: white, frothy
Nose: fruity, yeasty
Palate: malty, slight grain, understated but firm hops, yeasty, touch of honey
Finish: clean, semi-dry, bittersweet
Served: from a bottle bought in the area
Impression: This is an interesting unfiltered Bock with some fruity elements of a Weizenbock. A touch of yeast permeates and as it warms, honey peeks out and the hops are more assertive. It’s quite dangerous at 7.2%.
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