User37895 (3042) - - JAN 9, 2010
Bottle from SL, no where else, baby! Pour is dark brown with some head. The Cowboys SUCK! The aroma is bubblegum, roast, chocolate. The flavor is roast, chocolate, black patent malt, licorice, nice stuff. The mouthfeel is full, some carbonation, very well done doppelbock! Mouthfeel is big and carbonated. Good stuff! nuplastikk (6256) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 24, 2009
12oz bottle. Ruby brown-amber color with a respectable head. Sweet, fresh, and malty aroma. Sweet and smooth, a pretty well-executed Dopplebock, though it lacks some of the fruity/pungent yeast nuances found in some German examples. Creamy, with a balanced bitter edge. Really covers the alcohol well. Full flavored, but completely sessionable. Good stuff, way underrated. ljay6880 (475) - , Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 23, 2009
12 oz bottle served in a clear pint glass. Pour was muddy brown with an inch of quickly dissipating tan head. Nose is yeast, malt, earth, and caramel. Taste is right on par, however there is an odd metallic taste that appears and lingers throughout the finish. I really enjoyed this brew and was pleasantly surprised. If not for the metallic finish, I would rated this higher and consider putting this on tap in my home. Excellent dopplebock! arojewski (58) - Old Bridge, New Jersey, USA - DEC 27, 2012
Beautiful pour with medium head. Rich caramel flavor with a slightly rougher palate. Excellent work. argo0 (14127) - Washington DC, USA - MAY 20, 2007
(draft) Crystal clear copper body topped by creamy beige head that leaves great lacing. Aroma is medium sweet, caramel, cherry, light alcohol. Taste is moderately sweet, caramel, some cherry, earthy, toast, chocolate, light lager yeast, faint alcohol. Smooth medium body with light stickiness.
SpringsLicker (3638) - Tennessee, USA - MAY 6, 2009
Pours a deep coppery amber with a good-sized, persistent, light tan head.
Sweet nutty malt aroma.
Rich and malty, a touch of hop bitterness at the very end just when you thought there might be none at all.
Rich and smooth.Sweet & dangerous, the kind of Doppelbock that they speak of when they say "You can’t judge the strength of a good Doppelbock until you try and get up from the table." gnoff (10336) - Mölndal, SWEDEN - FEB 3, 2012
Draught at Rattle ’N’ Hum, NYC, on January 30, 2012reggiedunlop (3724) - The dub c, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 3, 2009
Cloudy brown color, off-white head. Malty, grainy, toasty taste. Grainy, malty, toasty aftertaste. Medium mouthfeel, medium bitterness. Grainy, malty scent.
pours a filtered brown-ruby color with a thin light tan head. aroma is of roasty caramel with light cocoa. very balanced flavor has hints of chocolate, light peat, and spicy hops. mouthfeel is medium and finish is long and roasty. hayduke (5204) - Eureka, California, USA - MAR 19, 2011
From a draft pour at the Cape Ann brewpub. Pours a clear ruby color with an off-white head and light lacing. Nose is caramel malts and dark ripe fruit. Medium body with smooth mouthfeel. Flavor is a good balance of malts and hops. Fish is dry and biter. Very easy drinking and enjoyable. gpekar (497) - Florida, USA - MAR 26, 2011
Poured a lightly hazy orangish copper with a tall creamy light tan head. There were some carbonation bubbles rising up in the glass. The aroma was a bready caramel with some dark stone fruit and a hint of orange. The beer had a thicker texture and a good flavor of caramel/toffee along with a nice alcohol warmth. There was a good bit of sweetness to balance the alcohol. There was a little bitterness on the finish, but it mellowed out fairly quickly with a good alcohol warmth lingering. Very nice.