Beaus Collabrrrewator Coffee Doppelbock

Brewed by Beaus Brewing Co.
Vankleek Hill, Canada
8% Doppelbock | 27 Ratings | 27 IBU |
This collaborative project from Beauís All Natural Brewing and Bridgehead Coffee brings together a strong doppelbock beer and a blend of three flavourful organic fair-trade coffees to create a bold taste and aroma.

History & Style

The base beer for this offering is a traditional dark German doppelbock, brewed to 8% abv. Coffee was steeped in the kettle after boiling to add a whole new dimension of complex flavours.

Tasting Notes

Aromas and flavours of chocolate, dried fruit, warming alcohol and burnt toffee meld with pronounced, pure coffee flavours. Chocolate and coffee linger on the palate after each sip.

Food Pairings

Perfect for an after-dinner pairing with sweet, rich desserts, coffee cake, tiramisu and chocolate. Technical Specs

Alc./Vol.: 8.0%

Ingredients: Organic Barley & Wheat Malts, Organic Fairtrade Coffee (Costa Rican, Equadorian & Ethiopian Sidamo ), Organic hops, German Bock Lager Yeast.

Malts: Organic Munich, Organic Pilsner, Organic Wheat, Organic Caramunich, Organic Carafa

Hops: Organic Perle, Organic Hersbrucker

IBUís: 27

OG: 19.5įP

FG: 4.2įP


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