Sudwerk Signature Series #1: Dunkel Weiss Bock

Formerly brewed at Sudwerk Brewing Company
Davis, California USA
7% Weizen Bock | 17 Ratings | Special Release |
The 1st in the "S" Series is a tribute to craft brewing - the Dunkel Weiss Bock. Originally brewed in Munich in 1907, the DWB is the strongest Weiss beer ever brewed at Sudwerk. The best Yeast and wheat character of a Hefe Weizen, the malty richness of a Dunkel, and the strength of a Bock are combined to produce a smooth, well-rounded, and full-flavored taste. Mahogany in color, the DWB weighs in at a hearty 7% ABV. Raise your glass and celebrate 20 years of Sudwerk . . . Prost!

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Aroma is one of beer's most complex features. Aroma is propelled by lively CO2 and dampened by pillowy heads - especially nitrogen foam.

Malt
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Hops
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Appearance is how a beer appeals to the eye and includes notes on color, the liquid's visual texture and the head -- the beer's foam top.

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