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Brewed by Pivovar Velké Popovice (Asahi)
Style: Dunkel/Tmavý
Velké Popovice, Czech Republic

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RATINGS: 873   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.99/5   EST. CALORIES: 114   ABV: 3.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Produced from special dark malts, which is why even its foam is dark.

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HenrikSoegaard (14710) - Randers, DENMARK - JAN 17, 2005
UPDATED: MAR 16, 2005 Herlig mørk øl med flot aroma og flot vedvarende skum. Har et strejf af karamel, men er trodsalt lidt vandig

3.1
Dogbrick (14326) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - NOV 24, 2007
Pours dark brown with a reddish tint around the edges. Medium beige head with fair retention. Stringy lacing. Light roasted malt and bread in the nose, with touches of fruit. Medium (bordering thin at times) smooth body with sweet caramel malt flavor along with dry fruit and rye. The finish is short and fruity with a lingering sweetness. Solidly average Dunkel all around.

3.6
crossovert (14135) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUL 10, 2011
500ml Bottle. Cool label. For czech dunkels it is a bit sweeter imo, despite the low abv. The roasty notes are there.

2.5
mR_fr0g (14028) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - FEB 9, 2015
Keg at U Černého Vola Day 1 of Fergus and Sarah’s Czech jaunt. 29/09/14. Caramel brown coloured pour with a light haze, and sticky light cream head. Aroma is sweet malt loaf, some cheese, nutty. Flavour is composed of sweet nutty brown bread, some caramel. Palate is sweet amd thin with moderate carbonation. Bit cloying, not for me.

3.1
Christian (13930) - Odense, DENMARK - JUN 6, 2003
UPDATED: FEB 1, 2005 Dark brown. Medium sized, short-lived head. Malty nose with chocolate and roast caramel. Feels and tastes weak, which of course isn’t a lie, but it does so in a very pleasant way. I can imagine why Czech dissidents would sit up all night discussing politics with this kind of beer.

3.9
bierkoning (13813) - La Tropica/Doarp, NETHERLANDS - JUL 8, 2002
UPDATED: AUG 26, 2004 Beer of the month in a pub in Hengelo. From tap. Deep dark, red brown color. Sweet, malty taste with lots of caramel and coffee. Just a hint of sourness. Light but long-lasting hopbitter finish. Thin bodied and dangerously drinkable. Delicious beer, highly recommended as a summer beer. Re-rate Hotel Schmittbräu in Waldmünchen. Tap. Caramel aroma and flavor. Thin, sweetish, sugary, malty and o, so smooth... Love it!

2.6
Rune (13745) - Tromsø, NORWAY - JUL 25, 2006
Nice looking 500ml bottle and label. Creamy, beige head over an appealing deep mahogany and scarlet gown. Dark malty aroma. Watery. Medium bodied. Brittle caramel flavour with grainy notes. More sweetness and some yeastiness in the finish. Becomes far too sweet half way through the glass.

2.8
Camons (13514) - Hasselager, DENMARK - SEP 20, 2011
Bottle @ Home. Pours dark brown with a small creamy tan head. Aroma of malt, nuts, caramel, chocolate notes. Taste is raosted malt, chocolate, caramel, some grassy hop bitterness. Thin to medium body, soft carbonation, dry finish. 200911

3.2
Bov (13354) - Bienne, SWITZERLAND - NOV 8, 2006
courtesy of oh6gdx - dark ruby brown colour, little irregular but stable beige head; slightly toasted, a fair biscuity maltiness and some caramelish notes; quite sweet and light-bodied with a solid carbonation; short butterscotchy aftertaste

3.4
Sammy (13000) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 12, 2006
A nice dark, thanks to Radek bought in Poland. Wine brandy colour, bit of lace. Licorice, bit sour, despite malting including caramel. Tad chocolate malt as well. Bit of roast. Not complex, easy drink. A particular dunkel style, OK but not that I seek out.


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