lupuLust (268) - Franke(n) im Breisgau, GERMANY - DEC 24, 2016
22.12.2016 - Pretty dark pour with small brown head. Roasted malt, sweetness, some chocolate and alcohol in aroma and taste. 0,5 was bit too much that evening. I would prefer a 0,33l bottle. But nevertheless a nice Doppelbock gorkogrlo (353) - Zagreb, CROATIA - DEC 14, 2016
Bottle. Medium light brown head. Dark read color of body. Aroma of malt, caramel, candies and plums. In flavor also mostly caramel and malt notes with some dark fruits and licorice. Sweet. Medium-full body.. Some chocolate notes in finish. Overall: nice one. Maybe little too sweet for me, but this is bock and it is very representative. hrabren (1175) - Zagreb, CROATIA - DEC 7, 2016
0.5 l bottle at Sheridan’s Irish Pub. Very dark brown, small beige head. Caramel, cloves, roasty, dry figs. Moderate sweet, caramel and light roasty. Medium body, medium carbonation. Sweet finish, nicely lasting. Like it. radassace (299) - SCOTLAND - NOV 26, 2016
Ok the first Bock beer I’v tried and to be honest i’m not sure whether I found it disgusting or whether I just found it different. Looks good in the glass very dark brown almost black. Taste is hugely malty and hints of liquorice, toasted malt, barley sugar sweets, dandelion and burdock. I really wanted to like it, but struggled to be honest. Has a really thick syrupy mouth feel. I will try the style again, and may change my mind. DonGregorio (375) - POLAND - NOV 20, 2016
Bottle. Pours clear brown with average, partly lasting tan head. Aroma of ripe fruits, raisins, cherries, mixed with bock bread aroma and hints of caramel. Taste is medium to heavy sweet, malt, bread, ripe fruits. Finish is dry. Medium to full body, soft carbonation, oily texture. Great bock, nice combination of aromas.
aleigator (945) - GERMANY - NOV 13, 2016
Pours almost black, a very dark, yet vivid, brown color with ember hints and a foamy small head, soon vanished into a glass coating lacing.
Smells of spicy licorice, rustic bread, dried plums and bakers chocolate. This forms a very intriguing, well balanced and complex nose, relying on a rich, diverse maltiness. Honey and toasted hazelnuts, together with just a dry whiff complete the aromas in this, hinting to a well brewed, tasty beer.
Has a soft, vivid carbonation, showcasing a medium bodied beer, which puts its focus on the malts theoughout, while producing an amazing depth of flavors, soothed by a nice whipped cream fluffiness.
Tastes of milk chocolate, caramel, rustic bread crust, old pepper hulls, earth and marzipan. Awesomly complex, sweet but with an earthen balance to it, which makes it possible for the flavors to develop flawlessly, enriched by the soft carbonation, which lets the beer glide gently over the tongue. Licorice sets in after the swallow with a short Coca-Cola like sweet peak, immediately toned down by bakers chocolate, a prominent and sudden dryness and rustic bread.
The finish provides another reference to the supersoft mouthfeel with a sparkly carbonation hint in it, gently complimenting to earth and toffee - rustic and well-rounded.
Awesome Bock - rustic, sweet, malty, earthy with an intriguing depth of flavors to it, which tend to benefit from each other the whole time. There is even a short, warming peak to be found, hinting to the bigger body of the beer and its purpose of being a very drinkable, unique winter warmer. Beers0mniac (135) - Joensuu, FINLAND - NOV 11, 2016
Dark brown color with creamy beige head. Strong and sweet malty aroma combined with bread. Taste follows the aroma : very malty, some roast, coffee and chocolate. Sweet and easy to drink. Moderate carbonation. Overall very tasty doppelbock, nice! jampura (193) - FINLAND - OCT 28, 2016
Mahtavaa mämmistä ja paahtunutta makua, jossa ei ole tippakaan liikaa kitkeryyttä seassa. MrOrla (3060) - Odense C, DENMARK - OCT 28, 2016
Bottle @ Brought by Dedollewaiter. Pours nearly opaque deep brown with an off white head. Aroma of caramel, chewy caramel, light dried fruits, a touch of nuts, light dusty. Taste is rather sweet with loads of chewy caramel, a scent of choko, light dried fruits and touch of roast. Decent MetalNHopHead (1909) - Lincoln, Nebraska, USA - OCT 19, 2016
There’s a kind of beauty within simplicity; leave it to German beer to make you constantly rediscover that fact. Asam Bock has a cola-colored body topped with a rich lather of foam that waits around for you. Its smells are grainy, chocolaty, syrupy, and fruity. Flavor goes the same way. Lovely touches of spice, molasses, and apricot. For a strong dark beer, this stuff is velvety smooth and unnaturally drinkable. Still, it’s a full-bodied beer that’ll stick to your bones and palate. It’s probably meant to be savored but I drained this in no time.