motthes (848) - GERMANY - APR 25, 2018
caramel, roasty, bread, hay, cereal, chocolate, coffee, nuts, toast, herbs, spruce, citrus, grass, floral, resin, alcohol, cooked vegetables, soy sauce, skunky, cough drop, bubblegum, butterscotch, licorice, woody, thirstyrabbit (1905) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - APR 18, 2018
Flip-top bottle. Pours a bronze body, tall steady head. Probably the lightest looking Dunkler Bock I can remember. Rather weak aroma of bready malts with a small touch of smokiness. Medium dense body with bread crusty malts and dry woody hops. Medium bitter finish with a touch of smoke and nuttiness. Average German macro Bock - it's drinkable but not exciting. Schlumpfhunter (248) - Bavaria, GERMANY - APR 3, 2018
Schaum: gut sämig
Geschmack: uff, kräftig.bitter, voll, malzig im Mund. Feinperlig. Sehr malzig alkoholisch leicht angeröstet im Abgang, Nachgeschmack noch ein leichtes malzoholisches nachprickeln.
Nicht schlecht aber mir zu heftig. Jonb5 (588) - Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 29, 2018
Half litre bottle, poured into pint shaker. A: Dark amber, clear, small tanned head, which disappeared quickly. S: Toffee and malt. T: Dark chocolate, raisins, toffee. M: Thick chewy texture, low carbonation. O: Not as complex as other Bocks, but did the job. tranzzik (126) - Sieradz, POLAND - MAR 25, 2018
50cl bottle, thanks to my dad for bringing me this from Germany. Beer is amber coloured with a medium sized head. Aroma of apple, bread, malts. Tastes quite sweet, with notes of bread, darker malts, and once again apple. Bitterness and carbonation are low, though it has a nice body to it. Pretty decent, although the amount of apple in the aroma makes me feel a bit uneasy.
bonkiedeaap (890) - Leerdam, NETHERLANDS - MAR 21, 2018
Bottle from a supermarket near Koln, Germany.
The beer is amber colored with a broken white foam, and good carbonation.
The aroma is malty, with notes of roasted malts, caramel, nuts, light chocolate, dried fruits and earthy notes.
The taste is full bodied and starts sweet with toffee and caramel and goes to light bitter with earthy notes, spices and nuts.
The finish is light bitter. Kauge (2231) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - MAR 17, 2018
BB date was two weeks ago, whoops. Malt-forward, caramelly, with a bit of grassy hoppiness and a buttery hint. Light and kinda watery, soft fine carbonation. Boring stuff, almost characterless. Not too bad though... Monty27 (46) - - MAR 2, 2018
Some fruity sweetness, licorice, followed by hoppy bitter aftertaste. All of this well-balanced, though not very complex overall. Smell herbal, dominated by the hop. Though I am not a fan of bockbier, this one was drinkable. djoeye (5544) - Tromsø, NORWAY - JAN 19, 2018
Aroma; bread, toffee, caramel, apple, fruit candies. Look; opens with a sigh, dark fawn small head, red amber body. Taste; strong caramel, bread, toffee, fermented apple candies. Finish; malted. Feel; good body, modest carbonation, all ok. Overall; standard bock, no offs here. [50cl. swingtop @Biergeheimat] 6374'14 kraddel (9680) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - DEC 18, 2017
Pours clear, dark amber to lighter copperbrown. Small white head fades fast. Smell is clear, semi intense breadcrust. Clear fermentation profile. No hops, but i'm sure they balanced out the otherwise overpowering sweetness. Minor caramel notes. Taste is breadcrust, very intensely and clearly so ( like eating a loaf of dark bread ) minor caramelly notes. Hops are in the very back, providing a mild, uplifting bitter touch that prevents the beer from turning sticky. Clean fermenation profile. Aftertaste is bit caramelly, almost earthy, dry , dark but not roasty maltyness. Quite enjoyable, actually. I might ve off, since this seems to get lesser scores than others I had, but I do think I like this one more.