Mads Langtved (2240) - Copenhagen K, DENMARK - OCT 29, 2003
This beer is a great mighty brew. It reminds me a bit of Vierzehnheiligen Klosterbock; a malty sweet and perfectly well-balanced beer. Camamelly and bitter at the same time. Amazingly complex! And very cheap!!! 0.5 $ tsurkan_sergey (68) - Novosibirsk, RUSSIA - JAN 20, 2014
Color - dark brown, almost black, to light - opaque. Foam = 4 - hearty, medium firmness, color cream. Aroma = 4.5 - rich, black patent malt, coffee, caramel, chocolate, hops are not felt. Taste = 4.5 - full body, good burnt bitterness, dry (taste like dry stouts), and hints of coffee, light sweetness in the aftertaste. Indeed, a great dunkel. puredelusion (435) - Lviv, UKRAINE - APR 26, 2015
0,5 bottle, brewed as a Karlovar Černý Granát. Pours dark brown color with medium, mostly lasting beige head. Good head lacing. Fantastic aroma of chocolate, coffee, roasted malt. Flavor is light sweet, medium bitter, chocolate and coffee notes. Medium to long astringent and chocolate bitter finish. Medium to full body, lively carbonation, oily texture. Awesome, balanced beer, despite it feels and drinks more like a stout than a dunkel. Enjoyed it a lot. Grzesiek79 (4481) - Radom, POLAND - FEB 27, 2012
rotten eggs, leaves, citrus, chocolate, coffee, nuts, brown, cloudy, white foam, tan foam, heavy cloying sweetness, medium bitterness, heavily sour, full body, oily feel, creamy, average carbonation, long finish, hyacinthus (11) - CZECH REPUBLIC - AUG 8, 2014
Dark brown with tan head, lacing, stable. Caramel, toffee, roasted malts in both aroma and taste, short, delicate bitterness. Slightly to sweet, but still very very good.
KnutAlbert (6798) - Oslo, NORWAY - JUN 30, 2008
On tap in a cellar bar in Prague.
Very dark beer, beige head.
Roasted malt, tast, bread crust when you forgot the bread in the overn for five minutes too long. A sooty sourness that plays around with sweet malt. Truly great. Graphirus (48) - - NOV 21, 2013
A - Pours dark brown, almost black beer with a generous beige foamy head that slowly dissipates. Moderate lacing
S - Strong roasted malts. Chocolate and coffee notes. I can detect some yeast aroma.
T - Again roasted malts. Medium bitterness that stays for long. Maltiness is evident with some notes of caramel and toasted coffee.
M - In the mouth feels medium-bodied, medium carbonation
O - A very good Dark Ale with the right amount of bitterness to make it easy to drink and pretty enoyable.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone