RATINGS: 39   MEAN: 3.35/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.31/5   SEASONAL: Spring   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
The Regulators were a deputized posse, persistent and strong. They were formed to counter what was belived to have been a corrupt sheriff. The Regulators were resilient, relentless individuals who rode hard across the plains. It is in this vision that we created our doppelbock, a brawnier version of the traditional bock, that was first brewed in Munich by the Paulaner monks. Our doppelbock has a large, creamy, persistent head with intense malty flavors and aromas with little hop presence. So saddle up and ride with the Regulator!

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JCon72 (12) - Springtown, Texas, USA - JUL 19, 2013
Barrel aged! A bit expensive but it’s smooth and heavy. The perfect complement to spring weather.

jkwalking05 (4740) - Arlington, Texas, USA - JUL 17, 2013
Rated in April 2012 (Backlog) - Amber in color with a small beige head. Aroma is of tabacco, light roasted malts, caramel, and spicy hop notes. Taste is of malt, tabacco and caramel.

unclemike (3124) - Ft. Riley, Kansas, USA - JUN 21, 2013
A very straightfoward simple pleasant tasting hearty beer. I enjoy leinies creamy dark, but this one seems to have more kick to it so I like it better. I agree w/ some folks here that its not quite like the real classy (and more expensive) dopplebocks, but I’m kind of glad of that cause I’m really looking for something a little less overwhelming. Its really pleasant and hearty without being too hopsy or bitter.

jerseyjohn71 (309) - Corsicana, Texas, USA - APR 29, 2013
bread, caramel, cereal, nuts, toast, spruce, red, clear, white foam, light sweetness, medium bitterness, medium body, thin feel, lively co2,

lawman834 (268) - Texas, USA - APR 8, 2013
Sampled at the Texas Craft Brew fest, my score is based off of some incoherent notes and a 2 oz sample.

vipinvelp (4438) - Velp, NETHERLANDS - MAR 20, 2013
Clear dark ruby with quickly dissapearing foam head. Aroma is bit weak. Taste is bit sparkling, bittersweet. Aftertaste is nice long lasting turning nice bitter with some nutty taste. (Houston 201303)

AndresTM (434) - Texas, USA - NOV 27, 2012
Bottle. Malty aroma of molasses, figs in syrup, caramelized sugar, walnut bread, and a bit of milk chocolate. Exciting and rich — pop the cap, and the sweet aromatics permeate the air around it immediately . The taste is lighter than the aroma, with some sweetness, followed by a tinge of bitterness and alcohol, and a finish that’s a little on the dry side. The mouthfeel is medium-thick, with soft carbonation that becomes lathery on the back of your tongue. I liked it quite a bit — I expected worse.

KAggie97 (3529) - Ugly, Hot, and Humid Spring, Texas, USA - NOV 9, 2012
Tap at Mellow Mushroom, Spring. Pours an average brown with a nose of caralized leaves, bready molasses, and ligh strawberry. Flavor is crispy leaves and caramel on molasses bread. Average mouthfeel. This beer aims for average and hits the target.

5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - SEP 30, 2012
Bottle:   Deep caramel, thin frothy off-white head, little lacing.   Nutty whole wheat bready aroma.   A little toffee and caramel as well.   Soft sweet nutty start, a bit bready but not too heavy, slightly mealy.   Body and mouthfeel are moderate.   For a Doppelbock its a little light.   Finishes not too heavy, mealy, bready in a whole wheat sense, but at least its clean.   Thanks for the bottle Bill!

BelgianBeerGal (4068) - Panama City, Florida, USA - SEP 15, 2012
Draft. No clue what I was ordering other than it was a new Rahr listed on the Flying Saucer chalkboard. Fine doppelbock, rich malt flavors and full mouthfeel. Nice.

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