Weiherer Zapfenduster

black beer with big tan head and bottle
Weiherer Zapfenduster

Brewery: Kundmüller with Cervejaria Bamberg
Viereth-Trundstadt (Weiher)
Style: Imperial Stout

Color: unfiltered
tan, rocky, massive
roast, some spice, slightly smoky
rich malt, chocolate, some coffee
Finish: lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter

Served: from a bottle bought in the area

Impression: This a collaboration with Cervejaria Bamberg so a big beer is to be expected. This is a majestically dark brew with a massive rocky tan head and nose of roast and slight smoke. The rich palate has some chocolate and coffee and the finish is lingering, semi-dry and semi-bitter. It’s quite a mouthful but not overly imposing at the same time so dangerously drinkable at 8.5%.

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2 thoughts on “Weiherer Zapfenduster

    1. We love stouts but it’s not a readily available style here. With Craft Beer making its inroad, we’re seeing more of them. Not the time of year for it but that’s when I found this one so wasn’t about to save it until winter!

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