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RATINGS: 227   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.99/5   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
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Dark golden- brown hue. Pours with a foamy white head. Spicy aromas follow through on a medium-bodied palate with a creamy mouthfeel and dry, toasty finish showing a hint of hop character. An all natural dark beer which is brewed from an old recipe handed down from our ancestors. It’s fine filtered, spiced with the finest of hops and lavish malt. It has a full bodied aroma. Pours with a nice foam-like head.

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3.2
Bacchus66 (875) - South Carolina, USA - SEP 30, 2017
500ml ceramic top bottle from WW. Pours clear amber brown with a full white head. Malt, wheat, caramel, toast, yeast, some grassy hops in the mid-palate. Medium+ carb. Rather sweet, grainy finish.

2.7
tricksta_p (5009) - Steenwijk, NETHERLANDS - SEP 21, 2017
Bottle from Bierzwerg, Greven. Aroma is bready malt, straw, musty notes, some caramel toffee, a touch of butterscotch and tart apples. Flavour is lightly sourish and light sweet with a slightly bitter finish. Body is medium. Curious with its sourish notes in the flavour, overall not the best Keller I've had.

4.3
seuinoz (260) - Glen Ellyn, Illinois, USA - MAY 11, 2016
Aroma has a faint hint of clove with orange peel.basement aromas pop up with the clove.Appearance is Orange Amber in color,with a very quickly dissipating head.Taste is has a slight bitterness to it.Palate has a creamy texture, light body,flat carbonation and a long finish.Overall a very uninteresting beer.

3.5
vinivini (2818) - Gomel, BELARUS - AUG 13, 2015
Bottle with 5.4% ABV. Amber colour, moderate white head. Beautiful lacing. Aroma of grains, caramel, bisquit, some yeast. Light to medium body. Oily. Sweetish taste of caramel & bisquit with yeasty spiciness. Light bitterness. Quite special for a Kellerbier. Very descent.

3.6
drmet (1004) - GERMANY - JUL 11, 2015
L: -pours a clear amber with visible floaties and a medium ,foamy,white head -medium carbonation visible -Way darker than most Kellerbier i’ve had yet. S: -apple,pear,caramel,nutty,bready,spicy beer-esque,nutty,slight roasty,very spicy F: -medium body,medium carbonation O: Overall a pretty good Beer

2.6
ruigo (3088) - PORTUGAL - JUL 7, 2015
50cl bottle. Clear amber colour with a off-white head. Malts, caramel and yeast in the aroma. Soft to medium carbonation and light body. Taste is light but more on the sweet side. Overall, drinkable but not remarkable.

2.6
TaxiDriver (1779) - Stadland, GERMANY - MAY 7, 2015
Bottle. A sweet and malty smell, a little bit sour. The head is small, white and foamy. The body is dark brown. A fine malty taste, later a little bit fruity. The body is light, creamy and dry with a soft carbonation.

2.9
mansquito (6785) - Nueva York, New York, USA - JAN 7, 2015
Total Wine, Delaware 50cl: Pours dull amber with an off-white head. Aroma is grass, caramel, and some distinct lager smell, which I cannot otherwise pinpoint. Taste is mildly bitter. It is a bit grassy. Some things in the finish are not quite right I would say. Not bad.

2.6
bartlebier (4108) - Belchium im Biersgau, GERMANY - NOV 24, 2014
50cl fliptop, Bayrische Bierprobe variety 6pack, bb07/2015. Tired caramels nearly punch through the soggy cardboard of a dirtfloor broth. A dull, far cry from Franconian splendour and spice.

2.6
zvsn (2224) - ISRAEL - NOV 9, 2014
Bottle. Clear orange amber with a small bubbly head. Aroma of hay, bread and yeast. Sweet malty flavors, soapy notes, light herbal bitterness. Light-medium-bodied, light carbonation. Drinkable, but not very exciting.


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