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Brewed by Postbrauerei Nesselwang Fam. Karl Meyer
Style: Dunkel/Tmavý
Nesselwang, Germany

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RATINGS: 84   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.02/5   EST. CALORIES: 147   ABV: 4.9%
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2.5
Shaney (2423) - Köln / Cologne, GERMANY - OCT 3, 2012
#914 Es sieht ja relativ gut aus, speziell der feinporige Schaum. Zu riechen ist lediglich eine leichte Malznote. Der Antrunk ist dann ziemlich sämig und voll. Geschmacklich einseitig nach dunklem Malz, das im Abgang eine ziemliche Würze aufweist. Hopfen wird schmerzlich vermißt! Der erste Eindruck wird mit jedem Schluck schlechter, denn auch ich schmecke bockige Tendenzen, die stark auf den Gaumen und die Süffigkeit drücken. Nee, nicht so dolle. Brauch ich genauso wenig wie den Schraubverschluß der Flasche. Test vom 14.10.2008, Gebinde: Glasflasche Noten: 9,7,8,7,5,7 - 7,25

2.5
POLK (2219) - Hørning, DENMARK - JAN 23, 2012
German wheat beer tends to be a delight, but not this time. Dark wheat beer with a bland smell of malt and yeast, the taste is also malty and boring. You could probably have guessed it on the bottle ugly with screw cap.

3.7
Bierkrug (2129) - - JAN 24, 2009
UPDATED: APR 6, 2010 Bottle. Dark brown , clear and visibly quite carbonated, with a slim off-white head. Nice toasted malty aroma, with some caramel. Flavour is malty, nice light bitterness and some sweetness in the finish. Medium bodied and drinkable.

3.7
StewardofGondor (2088) - Washington Heights - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - MAY 1, 2006
Bottle from Germany. Translucent and reddish-amber in color with a booming, dense, and a nearly two-inch tall, fluffy tan head. Chestnuts, prunes and a smocking caramel current lead-off the aroma, pursued by milky cocoa butter, chocolate-covered hazelnuts, ginger toffee and allspice flecked on copper kettles. Rewarding flavor of caramel-dipped apples (country style), dry cocoa bricks, and butter pecan with a dry, light baker’s chocolate quality. Dark skinned, non-juicy prunes insert a pragmatic fruit note. Apple-cinnamon butter on raisin bran muffins. Mild carbonation brings me back to Bavaria, along with its medium-bodied mouth feel and a somewhat thicker viscous tract. Solid relationship of caramel, chocolate and Munich malts with a distant, supportive and regal approach to noble hopping. Caramel-chocolate-apple toffee chew cubes come out in the finish along with some cocoa prunes for added pleasure.

3.2
EHSRanders (2086) - Tjele, DENMARK - OCT 14, 2009
Bottle. Clear brown colour with medium creamy white mostly diminishing head. Malty aroma with notes of caramel. Sweet caramel flavor. Oily palate.

3.4
Stefano (2034) - Thisted, DENMARK - NOV 20, 2008
Brown with a small offwhite head. Malty aroma with bread notes. Sweet flavor, some fruitiness, caramel and acid notes. Hops and roasted malt in the end. Coffee notes.

2.6
WillemsUrenkel (2019) - Oldenburg, GERMANY - DEC 23, 2014
0,5 l bottle. Backside label: Brewed and bottled at Privat-Brauerei Zötler. Pours out in a dark brown, small head. Malty on the nose. Taste is mid dark malty, sweetness in the middle part, dry and lower sweetness in the end. Not really complex. Easy to drink, easy to forget.

3.1
MrRomero (1976) - Nolanville, USA - JAN 11, 2006
500ml screwtop bottle: clear brown with orange highlights. Smallish beige head. Not a lot of carbonation in this bottle. Moderately malty aroma along with a touch of balsalmic vinegar. Flavor is nicely hopped with a lingering sweetness in the finish. Notes of caramel and yeast. Good.

2.9
TaxiDriver (1830) - Stadland, GERMANY - MAR 20, 2008
Bottle. Average malty, light sour, a little bit hoppy, light smell of chocolate. Medium sized off-white foamy-creamy head, mostly lasting. Dark red body. Light sweet start, taste of chocolate, rather short duration. Creamy texture, light to medium body, soft carbonation.

3.3
Moravius (1440) - Berlin, GERMANY - APR 27, 2014
UPDATED: MAY 15, 2014 Ein schönes Durcheinander: im Netz finde ich die „Postbrauerei Allgäu“ (verantwortlich: Herbert Zötler), die „Privat-Brauerei Zötler“ (verantwortlich: Herbert Zötler) und die „Postbrauerei Karl Meyer Nesselwang“ (deren Logo, abgesehen von der Ortsangabe im Schriftzug, mit dem der „Postbrauerei Allgäu“ identisch ist). Hier liegen die Besitz- und Brauverhältnisse auf den ersten Blick etwas im Unklaren. Genauere Recherche ergab, daß die Postbrauerei Nesselwang von Zötler übernommen und in Postbrauerei Allgäu umbenannt wurde (Quelle: Zötler Post Nr. 82/2010). Ob seitdem alle oder manche Postbrauerei-Biere auch bei Zötler gebraut werden, ist unklar. - Aber nun zum Bier: Tiefes Kastanienbraun mit rötlichem Schimmer. - Nase röstmalzig-nussig. - Antrunk mild karamelwürzig, schwach süß, leicht aber deutlich röstmalzig. Leicht kremiges Mundgefühl, durchschnittlich rezent. Schwach gehopft. Deutlich röstmalzbitterer Abgang. - Sehr harmonisches, nicht allzu kräftiges aber süffiges Dunkles. - Vom Faß im Restaurant Aquila, Füssen (24.4.2014). ===== According to the brewery newsletter Zötler Post (no. 82/2010), the former Postbrauerei Karl Meyer Nesselwang was acquired by Privat-Brauerei Zötler and re-named in Postbrauerei Allgäu. However, it remains unclear if their beers are brewed by Zötler now.


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