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Brewed by Brauerei Hirt
Style: Dunkel/Tmavý
Micheldorf, Austria

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RATINGS: 225   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.36/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
The Hirter Morchl is not just a unique brand – its production method also differs from that of other dark beers. The beer’s seductive color is due to the dark brewing malt, hops and caramel malt, while its smooth taste comes from the soft mountain spring water used in the brewing process. Left to mature in a prolonged aging process, it’s GMO-free, non-pasteurized and completely natural. Beer lovers will appreciate its dry maltiness on the palate and pleasantly rounded, faintly bitter finish. 12.8°

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omhper (25953) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - JAN 19, 2004
Bottled. Dark brown with rich head. Sweet and very mild. Rounded and roasty with notes of spun sugar. Lightly salty finish.

3.2
labologist (56) - Disley, Cheshire, ENGLAND - AUG 14, 2006
Dark ruby Dunkles beer. Low hop rate with plenty of malt. Drunk on a rainy weekend in Wien.

3.2
cking (1175) - North Canton, Ohio, USA - JUN 6, 2007
Rated 3/29/07: Dark brown pour with a fizzy head that eventually subsides leaving spotty lacing. Aroma is a subtle blend of sweet malts and fresh bread. Medium bodied at first but the finish is thin leaving little trace of an aftertaste. Flavor is slightly more robust than the aroma. Decent malt content with sugary sweet breads and a sprinkling of brown sugar. Drinkability is very good and overall this is a nice dunkel.

3.2
harrisoni (19536) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - JAN 21, 2008
500ml bottle at Bohemian, Deal. Deep ruby with cereal, toffee and dark malts in the mouth. Nice toffee and good malts. Very different flavour on this dunkel, but it’s a good different.

3.2
thedm (6320) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - JAN 28, 2008
This bottled brew from a bottle shop poured a medium sized head of foamy with a frothy top fine to large sized light brown colored bubbles that were mostly lasting and left behind a transparent typically carbonated brown colored body and a good lacing. The weak aroma was sweet and dark malt. The crisp mouth feel was tingly at the start and at the finish. The thin flavor contained notes of brown malt. An OK brew just nothing special.

3.2
thegreenrooster (4626) - St.louis, Missouri, USA - APR 18, 2008
Pour is a dark brown with a nice sized white head. Aroma is caramel and very sweet. Flavor is caramel malts with a little dark fruit and chocolate. Finish is a tad watery but there is enough of a profile to carry this one along. A decent enough dunkel.

3.2
beeR (61) - Helsinki, FINLAND - OCT 6, 2008
50 cl bottle. Puors dark brown with a reddish shine. Nice thick and cappuccino-like head, dense even if not really latsing. Rich but not strong aroma: malty sweetness, honey and some caramel. Red ripen fruits and a roasty coffe background. Medium body, roasted bitterness and sweet but less incisive than nose and than what I expected. Maybe too low carbonation. Nice example of this style considering I found it in a supermarket.

3.2
BMan1113VR (7930) - Los Angeles, California, USA - SEP 12, 2009
Bottle (dated 03.2008) thanks to bu11zeye. Pours with a brown body and a tan head. Aroma of chocolate and raisin. Slightly vinous. Taste is watery with nuts and chocolate. Light bubbles.

3.2
EHopper (620) - Minnesota, USA - JUL 29, 2010
Nostalgic aroma of a 4H barn at the state fair. Easy drinking sweet and dusky flavor.

3.2
Wolfbass (1211) - Firenze, ITALY - JAN 2, 2011
Colore marrone scuro con leggera schiuma. Aroma di malto tostato, in bocca di nuovo tostatura con discreto finale.


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