tfontana (1002) - Fremont, New Hampshire, USA - DEC 21, 2015
Bottle pour into nonic pint glass from Leary’s, Newburyport, MA. Aroma is bready malt with caramel, red wine. Appearance is clear red with nice sparkle, small 1/2 finger-width head with poor retention and trace lacing. Taste is rich sweet malts with caramel, vanilla. Palate is full bodied with thick texture, average carbonation and malty finish with just a splash of bitterness and mild warmth in the esophagus and stomach. Overall, good representative of the style and very good. Bendrixian (1514) - Canadiana, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 5, 2015
Found 5 his bottle in the back of my fridge from a spring time trip south. Cloudy brown pour. Bready malty notes with a touch of brown sugar and some florality as well. Somewhat sweet tasting as warming to the palate but lingering finish. Very good beer. bth122 (1571) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 14, 2015
Draft at the brewery. Nice color of ruby brown. Nice lacing. Caramel notes with gram cracker and bread. Toasted Malt. Medium body. This is such a solid brewery. Everything's good here.
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Pours a reddish brown color with a foamy off white head. Notes of brown sugar, raisins, chocolate, and must. musinj6 (506) - Dedham, Massachusetts, USA - OCT 22, 2015
Pours a clea amber with minimal lacing and small heard. Aroma of stone fruit, sweet, bready, chewy palate. malty. minimal hop flavor. not overly cloying. Moderate to heavy mouthfeel. medium very sweet finish. not my favorite style, but good to drink nonetheless.
N3lson1 (1005) - Long Valley, New Jersey, USA - OCT 9, 2015
Drank from a pint glass poured from a twelve ounce bottle. Pours a beautiful brown clear color with a little bit carbonation. Has a breasy, almost rye aroma. Tastes a bit like bourbon, dry, an okay brew. TorbenJensen (1532) - Valby, DENMARK - OCT 5, 2015
Potent double bock with lovely aroma of hard roasted malt, dark bread and a little coffee. The taste varies over dark chocolate, very dark rye bread (pumpernickel), a little hard coffee and roasted malt with a very small tone of smoked malt. The sweetness is relatively high and syrupy, and it’s actually a little sorry for the acts most like a dobbelbock which has been added a portion syrup, rather than a double bock beer with natural malt sweetness. The taste also contains some dried fruits and a bit nuts. Unfortunately, its fruit taste a tart shade of some fruit acid, and it bears it from being completely comparable with the best German double bocks. It has otherwise many fine bars and a soft carbonation that makes it rich in malt flavor. Hop bitterness is also balanced fine, but its a little too high fruit acid (which can resemble cherry), which I do not think belongs in a good double bock. The finish is dry and as such it is a tasty and vinous beer, however, is just a little too sweet and slightly tart. badgerben (5213) - Blaine, Minnesota, USA - OCT 3, 2015
Deep red color with a thin head. Light brown sugar aroma. Strong, sweet malty flavor. Lots of caramelized sugar. Light dark cherry. BlindGuardianco (90) - - SEP 4, 2015
Tasty doppelbock, not the best I had but solid, Malty and boozie as expected, will try again 9er (95) - Maryland, USA - JUL 26, 2015
Six pack thanks to Phil’s ponk ass! Good brew. Semi-sweet malty beverage that was more appealing than I expected. This is a really nice doublebock. It was a nice balance of carbonation and alcohol. The high abv is cloued behing the nice milk chocolate, berry yumminess that is c reated in this bottle. The apprarance was deep reddish to brown. It never left the bottle so citing the exact appearance is not wise here. Well done Toregs, well done.