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RATINGS: 1159   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.55/5   IBU: 25   EST. CALORIES: 246   ABV: 8.2%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
For periods of fasting without solid foods, Monastic brewers relied on the double bock; a stronger, richer beer to fulfill their basic nutritional needs. Known to them as liquid bread, a double bock has a strong malt aroma and chewy rich body. In the spirited tradition of naming a double bock in the suffix ator, we give you Troegenator to provide warmth and richness through the early spring months.

Hops: Magnum, German Northern Brewer

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3.4
joeec5 (204) - bayonne, New Jersey, USA - DEC 15, 2004
Reddish orange, clear, with large white head. Malt dominates flavor..some fruitiness in the nose..apples.

3.6
whaleman (2178) - North Wales, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 9, 2004
Bright, ultra-clear amber body with mild carbonation and a small filmy off-white head. Prominent Munich and crystal malts with elements of bread crusts, grain, grapes, light caramel and iced tea. Noble hops are evident and alcohol is apparent but not overpowering. Nice toasty malt flavor with some dark candy-like sweetness and spicy hops. Body seems a little thin and alcoholic for a doppelbock. Could use some more texture to make this a better, more rounded, big beer.

4.4
chinacat1000 (2) - Knox, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 6, 2004 does not count
Big fan of doppelbocks and Troegs has nailed it. Head is frothy when poured, then dissipates in minutes, yet leaves nice lace. Aroma is malty with hints of fruit. Well rounded, no off flavors. Hops chime in at the end with a little bite of alcohol. I can drink multiples in an evening. My favorite double bock, and a truly great beer. One of my favorites for under $30 a case.

3.2
hershiser2 (3266) - Charlottesville, Virginia, USA - DEC 6, 2004
Paid $1.49 for a 12-oz single. Deep orange-copper color with a very small head that disappears quickly. Sweet malts in the nose... flavors are malty, roasty, slightly fruity... and finishes with just a bite of spiced alcohol.

3.8
Suttree (6392) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - DEC 5, 2004
UPDATED: DEC 9, 2004 Cloudy copper, nice off-white head. Big malt, bready, toasty aroma, with just a hint of hops. fruity sweet, with notes of apples and blueberry. Smooth Jammy palate. Hint of dryness, but mostly sweet to the finish. Thanks, Secret Santa!

3.3
Gachupines (1252) - USA - NOV 30, 2004
Dark brownish red with fairly thick head. Flavor is dominated by malts. Pretty easy to drink, above average for the style.

3.5
meathookjones (245) - Sterling, Virginia, USA - NOV 30, 2004
This one pours a brownish red color with a thick foamy tan head. This one smells a bit fruity with notes of chocolate and caramel. The nose on this one is not strong at all. Malty sweetness is what comes up front in the taste followed by a slightly bitter finish. This is a medium bodied beer that goes down smooth. The 8.2 percent was not noticeable which defiantly helped the drinkability. An above average Doppelbock that is good but not my favorite of the style.

3.2
FROTHINGSLOSH (7796) - GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 25, 2004
UPDATED: DEC 6, 2015 Sampled from a 12 oz brown bottle this beer poured dark brown color with faint orange highlights and a medium sized foamy beige head that faded and left a bit of lacing. The aroma was sweet, malty with notes of molasses, dark fruits and faint vegetal presence. The flavor was sweet and malty with dark fruits and molasses and vegetal undertone. Long finish. Fairly full bodied. Solid.

3.6
SpringsLicker (3642) - Tennessee, USA - NOV 25, 2004
Thanks to Willblake for sending this fine trade beer! Hazy deep amber with a quickly diminishing off white head. Malty aroma. The malt on the tongue is right but the body is a bit thin. No alcohol apparent. Body and flavor of a Dunklesbock.

3.5
richlikebeer (838) - Easton, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 22, 2004
Strong malt tones with a bit of yeast, brown/red hue with a light white head that stays wispy on the top. Very full flavor, with no hops, just like it should be. If you like strong malt flavor with less body than a stout, I recommend this. Just a hint of bitterness on the aftertaste, but not enought to turn me off from this beer.


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