Color: amber, unfiltered
Head: white, creamy
Nose: biscuit, nutty
Palate: malt forward, biscuit, nutty
Finish: lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter
Served: from the tank at the brewery
Impression: This was yet another nice surprise on my last trip to the area, this time with a group doing a Zoigl hiking tour with me. Our guide and a long time friend who lives in town, told us that Wolframstubn has had brewing rights for a very long time and when the current family inherited the house, they inherited the brewing rights as well. So, they are brewing on the premises and this Zoigl was quite balanced with a nice biscuit/nutty element which is uncommon in the area but otherwise not unlike the others in its dry overall palate.
Care for another Zoigl?