Eskilstuna Torshälla Dubbelbock

Formerly brewed at Eskilstuna Ölkultur
Eskilstuna, Sweden
7% Doppelbock | 0 Ratings |
Torshälla dubbelbock är en rödsvart mjukt maltig lager på hela 7 ABV

Torshälla dubbelbock är en traditionell dubbelbock bryggd nästan uteslutande på munchnermalt med mindre mängder av carared, mörk karamellmalt och chokladmalt.
Ölet har en doft av karamell och choklad som övergår i en krafig mjuk maltsmak. Ölet är fylligt och har en söt avslutning. Små mängder av humlesorterna Magnum och Hallertauer balanserar maltigheten. Ölet kan med fördel lagras något år och utvecklar då en vinös ton med inslag av torkad frukt i doft och smak.

Torshälla ligger vid Mälaren, norr om Eskilstuna centrum. Torshällaborna brukar skryta med att dom var stad långt innan Eskilstuna var påtänkt. Redan Bellman lära ha gästat staden. Idag är det både idyll och centrum för järntillverkning

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