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Brewed by Brauerei Eismann
Style: Zwickel/Keller/Landbier
Altenstadt a.d. Waldnaab, Germany

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RATINGS: 3   MEAN: 3.2/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.05/5   ABV: -
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3.5
TAR (2787) - Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, USA - DEC 10, 2015
Draft pour @ Haner Zoiglstube: Rich golden with orange hues. Broken, but uniform, white foam. Quiet but mineral-rich nose also features licorice root, peppery hops, peach rock candy, toasted bread, and wet stones. Alcohol is relatively prominent. Slightly metallic, initially, though the malt salvages things with a very dry and lean earthiness. Deep toastiness is enriched by supple marmalade and autumn-leaf terroir from the malt. Rustic flavors continue as the spicy and leafy hops exude alongside woody licorice and richer cookie. Intriguing punch of earthy Englishesque yeast contributes notable scratchiness as do the zippy minerals. Yeast is much less sulfurous than it is dusty. Malt seems papery at times, though it does exhibit a muffin-toplike softness which shows nice depth-lending contrast to the dryer, soil-like shades. Noble hops poke through with just enough juiciness. Very lean finish shows a snappy dryness bolstered by subtle lemon cake. An interesting rendition…one that recalls English pale ale for me more than it does Zoigl. This begs to be poured via gravity barrel to soften the texture and complement the English character. Pretty solid.

3.3
3fourths (9358) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - NOV 23, 2015
Draft at Haner Zoiglstube, served frigid cold. Lightly hazed amber-copper with a medium-sized white head of decent retention. Takes some time for the hop aroma to blossom but when it does, it’s a pleasant lemon and pepper effect, lightly floral and herbal. Malt comes across as grains, caramel syrup, and raw cereals, and quiet off-notes of metal flakes are present as well. Medium-light body, sweet with relatively low bitterness. It’s a bit flabby and twangy, carbonation low, finishing syrupy with a mild grip of bitter hop oils and lingering toasted corn kernel maltiness. It’s a simple beer that lacks the malt and yeast character found in the better examples of authentic Zoigl.

2.8
Koelschtrinker (21514) - K?ln (Cologne), GERMANY - MAY 26, 2011
Herb-süffiger aber zu milder Antrunk. Die würzigen Komponenten sind angenehm gesetzt, wirken aber ebenfalls zu mild. Kaum vorhanden sind Bitternoten, der Hopfen ist leicht vertreten. Mild malziger Abgang mit minimaler Getreidigkeit. OK. 8/8/8/9//9


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