AWMiller (512) - Mansfield, Texas, USA - SEP 26, 2011
Oh what a silky smooth double bock; worthy of induction into the AW BHoF! This brew poured up a rich mahogany-colored body with a one-finger off-white bubbly head that dissipated quickly but left amazing lacing effects on the glass. Aromas caramel, toasted malts, warm biscuits (Hungry Jack style), cocoa powder (like Nestles Quik) and a light hint of espresso. Flavors of the same but oh so wonderfully balanced. Medium-bodied, lightly carbonated, and goes down real smooth with no bitter aftertastes. Easy to drink so keep an eye on how many you have had! SPDickerman (1239) - Texas, USA - OCT 8, 2011
Pours mahogany with a tan head. Smells strongly malted with a touch of soy sauce and hops. Tastes sweetly malted with a touch of syrup-like sweetness on the back end. Full-bodied with a slick texture and mild mouth-carbonation, Wasatch Devastator finishes mostly clean with a touch of sweetness. RickReallyBrew (105) - Franktown, Colorado, USA - JAN 2, 2015
Very nice American effort at a Doppelbock. Not quite as malty as an EKU or Celebrator Doppelbock, but very respectable. dwyerpg (6378) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - FEB 18, 2008
Well, I thought this was a pretty decent beer, after the very first sip, which is a bit too alcoholic. Then a nice coaty roastiness comes in. Solid. jebert (500) - Watertown, Wisconsin, USA - DEC 18, 2012
Pours mahogany red with a thin tan head mostly lasting. Nose is caramel. Very creamy on the palate. Taste is sweet malt, caramel, light molasses, The 8% ABV is well hidden but does warm one’s innards. Nice clean sweet aftertaste. An excellent double bock which stands as a banquet unto itself and pairs magnificently with mussels or smoked Pacific salmon.
coslor (6) - - APR 24, 2015 does not count
Deep copper color, crystal clear with a big rocky tan head. Smells of rich malty sweetness and toasty melanoidins. Taste leads with sweet malt, moves to a subtle fruitiness, and finishes with nice toast note. Alcohol is dangerously subtle. Very tasty and drinkable. bpreo (2903) - Eugene, Oregon, USA - JAN 22, 2011
UPDATED: APR 17, 2012 You’re liable to get shot if they find you drinking this in Utah (it’s a joke), but I wouldn’t be surprised if they string you up on a fence along the highway like roadkill. Great beer, so it’s worth that risk. J_man (1022) - Tustin, California, USA - FEB 22, 2012
Definite aroma of a German bock style beer with strong sweet malt aromas and that "thing" that makes it German (diacetyl?) Crystal clear brown/orange/amber that reminds me of whiskey and a low volume white head. Immediate bock flavor with a light candied sweetness and buttery taste and feel. This is followed by a balancing hop bitterness that matches the sweetness of the malt perfectly. Finishes with a lasting sweetness and woody sour/bitterness on the tongue. If I didn’t know it was from Utah, I’d swear I was drinking a German lager. Delicious! wildbeercat (356) - Tucson, Arizona, USA - APR 21, 2013
12 fl oz / 355mL bottle into a pint glass. Served cool.
Aroma: Hazelnut, cocoa, basically this smells like Ferrero Rochers smell. Awesome stuff!
Appearance: Translucent red/orange. Even with an aggressive pour, no real head.
Taste: Hazelnut, coffee, dark, dark chocolate. Some fruit. A mild soy sauce-y flavor. Bittersweet.
Palate: Rich. Medium body; nice presence, but not oppressive. Flavors linger a little bit.
Overall: A lot better than what I was expecting! Really nice aroma and flavors going on here; not your typical caramel-y / malty doppelbock. The 8% abv creeps up on you! Really enjoyed this one. DenverLogan (1243) - North Bend, Washington, USA - APR 6, 2015
From a bottle into a Scotch Silly tulip glass. Pours brown with head and lace. Aroma of roasted malts, biscuit-scones. Significant carbonation and mouthfeel. Flavors of dark roasty malts, caramel, minerals, cola, dk chocolate. Overall, big, bold, rich and tasty.