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Brewed by Gösser (Brau Union)
Style: Dunkel/Tmavý
Leoben, Austria

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RATINGS: 400   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.12/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
The bottom fermented, dark Gösser Stiftsbräu is brewed according to old, inherited traditions. With a smoky, roasted nose and a thick and creamy taste on the palate, Stiftsbräu is a sophisticated delight for lovers of a slightly sweet, dark beer. The overall impression that Stiftsbräu creates is one of great harmony and well roundedness. 11.8°

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3.2
jbrus (4990) - Delft, NETHERLANDS - JUL 7, 2004
Aroma light roasted and dirt. Brown color, light brown head, good lace. Light sweet, grass, light roasted, light licorice, thin but still a little sticky. Not bad at all but it has this earthy aroma and flavor in the background which I didn’t like.
Earlier Rating: 8/29/2002 Total Score: 3.6
Light roasted, ligth smoked and yeasty aroma. Dark ruby colour, light brown frothy head, nice lace. Light sweet, hints of coffee and chocolate. Moderate full. Pretty Dunkel!

3
robertsreality (2460) - Minnesota, USA - JUN 12, 2004
Had in Bottle. Not overly impressed. Had at O.C. Little Malt and Carmel. Not the worst.

2.8
Choos (754) - Taylors Hill, AUSTRALIA - MAY 19, 2004
Hoppy and mocha nose. Cola coloured and perfectly clear with a tiny head. Sweet mocha and malty flavours that get become quite dry in the aftertaste.

3.4
Skip (206) - Indiana, USA - APR 20, 2004
Pleasant light hop and malt aroma. tastes of deeply roasted barley malt, but for those who do not like a dry beer, this is not a good choice. Only fair head retention.

3.2
Gazza (726) - Worcester, Worcestershire, ENGLAND - APR 16, 2004
Brewed under contract. I'm not sure if this beer was supposed to be a copy of a rauchbier, bur it did a pretty good job of it! A reddy-brown colour with a pronounced kippersmoke nose. More smoke in the flavour, joined by sweet roast nuts and toast, then a smokey, complex finish. Unusual and well flavoured, but I can't help wondering if it was intentional? surely not.... (Bottle from shop, Ljubljana station)

3.1
JPDIPSO (6223) - Wauwatosa, USA - APR 8, 2004
Brown color with a bone colored moderate head. Smells like toasted whole wheat bread and mild coffee (not just for breakfast). Lightly roasted sweet nut flavor. Smooth body. If anything would like a bit more roasted malt to offset the sweetness. A mid echelon dunkel.

2.7
raymow (1650) - Bensalem, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 23, 2004
Tasted like a typical German dunkel. My only complaint was that it seemed rather flat. Kind of a dull beer - nothing interesting, just drinkable, nothing more.

2.9
kook (2033) - Perth, Western Australia, AUSTRALIA - MAR 22, 2004
My bottle says 4.5%? Poured slightly hazy dark brown with a small short lasted tan head. Aroma of sweet malt and roast grain. Smooth thin-medium mouthfeel. Flavour is rather bland, just nice sweet malt with a roast finish. Not bad stuff. Not great either.

3.2
SimonLarsen (210) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - MAR 11, 2004
Big tan head. Deep copper red. Light palate, carbonation not evident, smooth but quickly gone. Quite a flat caramel malt. Very mild bitterness kicks in some time after swallowed. This is nice. Also very cheap for an import ($2.59 Dan Murphy's Hornsby). The kind of beer you would want to have a case sitting around for an impromptu drinking demonstration with friends.

3.6
YourDarkLord (1800) - Urbana, Illinois, USA - FEB 17, 2004
Garnet color with frothy tan head. Malty, bready, slight coffee aroma. Flavor had some sweetness and body to it. Very good.


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