JPDIPSO (6298) - Wauwatosa, USA - JAN 30, 2017
Light amber color with a modest cream colored head. Sweet grains, light alcohol, caramel and floral hops in the aromas. Quite typical aroma for a strong euro lager. Strong malt flavors, but with a backdrop of harsh alcohols and light fruit. Some decent malt in the finish.
mansquito (7148) - Nueva York, New York, USA - NOV 29, 2015
Euro Market, Astoria, Queens bottle: pours dark amber with a white head. Aroma is gross malt liquor. Taste is fortunately better than the smell, but still has that kind of gross euro atrong lager thing going on in the finish. Ugh. alexsdad06 (11240) - West Chester, Ohio, USA - FEB 22, 2015
Bottle shared by Tmoney99 late Feb/early March 2012 from notes. Pours a clear amber color with a small off white head. The aroma and flavor have sweet malts, apples, brown sugar, hints of wood, caramel, metallic hints, weird, would not revisit. trapped (3798) - New York, TURKEY - JAN 18, 2015
Bottle with a different (newer?) label that says Craft BOOM Bohmerwald’s Majesty Double Bock Ale instead of Lager. Pours slightly hazy amber color with small off-white foamy head that disappeared instantly, faint caramel like aroma, low carbonation, cough syrup like taste with very prominent alcohol flavor, abrupt finish. Not a very good beer. shrubber85 (11710) - Greenville, Indiana, USA - MAY 23, 2014
Bottle. Crystallized sugar/honey, barley malt, and barley malt aroma. Hazy amber with small head. Sweet honey, hay, barley malt, and light alcohol flavor. Nice body. Very nice.
MrBeerFanatic (1076) - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA - MAY 16, 2014
Gushed out medium amber color with a foamy head. Aromas bread, caramel, yeast and slight biscuit. Flavors sweet caramelized caramel, bread, toffee and light banana ester. Medium to high sweetness or desert like. I like this double bock. Patrickctenchi (6811) - Cox’s Knob, columbus, Indiana, USA - MAY 14, 2014
Nearly clear, light amber with a short, soap-white head.
Sweet, bready, apple malt aroma.
Taste is sweet...light fruit, rye malt, a bit rough alcohol presence.
A little oxidation...neck label has a 2011 banner....
Not too bad..but far too sweet. ronaldtheriot (2021) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - FEB 23, 2014
Boom! Bohmerwald’s Majesty has a thick, off-white head, a semi-clear, orange appearance, with lots of powdery, brown gritty substance suspended throughout, no bubble streams, and no lacing left behind. The aroma is sharp and overly sweet. One will pick up extra-sweet sugar, cellar-ed malts, turned fruit, old bread, and maybe just a touch of peppery rye. Taste is also very strong- beet sugar, beets, oak, some rye, old malt, a touch of hops, and lots of alcohol. Mouthfeel is light to medium, and Bohmerwald’s Majesty finishes semi-dry, harsh, somewhat sip-able, and even drinkable (if one can stomach it). This is not good and should be avoided. But, it’s overall badness gives it a quaint quality. RJT Radek Kliber (7501) - Toronto (Can) Krotoszyn (Pol), POLAND - OCT 17, 2013
Bottle 500 mlMcGarnigle (657) - Rochester, New York, USA - JUL 3, 2013
Aroma: frontal alcohol with sweet malts behind, secondary hop accents. Nice malty backing. Touch of Hungarian plum.
Apperance: poured as clear amber with nice light trough. lasting mid plus white top. Sparse lace with rings on glass.
Taste/Palate etc. Full bodied. Hefty malty base with sugars, but not cloying. Alcohol well covered up by malt. Oak accents very faint if none existent. Slight warmth at finish. Nice heftier brew.
Weirdo beer: Czech pale doppelbock with rye, beet sugar and oak. I can’t see how beet sugar would be any different than cane sugar once fermented.
I had this pegged early on as as something Eastern European rather than Central, and it is. High alcohol, not especially polished (not a malt bomb German doppelbock). But it isn’t unpleasant and is affordable. Who’s the Boom king?