Brewed by Klosterbrauerei Weltenburg
Style: Doppelbock
Kelheim, Germany


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RATINGS: 1065   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.8/5   EST. CALORIES: 207   ABV: 6.9%
A full-bodied dark strong beer.

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   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 14/20
Lore (2743) - Budapest, - FEB 1, 2013
dark brown colour with moderate beige head; aroma of roasted sugar and coffee with some yeast; taste of coffee, roasted (almost burnt) sugar; malty sweetness some sourness with bitter aftertaste...a bit too much roasted taste for me

nybol (2200) - DENMARK - JUL 12, 2017
En fyldig lettere spritet smag, men med sødme og en smule karamelsmag. Middel øl-

drmet (964) - Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, GERMANY - JUN 28, 2017
L: -pours a clear ruby-brown with a medium,foamy,beige head -medium to high carbonation visible S: -syrupy,coffee,malty,licorice,nutty,b bitterniss for the style F: -medium carbonation -light to medium body -slight alcohol noticeable O: Has some similarity to the Ayinger Celebrator, but it’s not quite as complex

Scipio (1081) - Palatine, Illinois, USA - JUN 26, 2017
Pours a brown with a full and smooth tan head. The aroma is just a touch sweet. It contains heavy caramel, roasted malts, and bread, with complimentary impressions of licorice, raisin, molasses, and some hints of wheat. The taste is sweet, although it isn’t overwhelmingly sweet. The caramel flavor dominates, and the molasses is rather strong as well. Minor nuts, raisin, brown sugar, and a little bit of chocolate. Long caramel finish. Its medium in body, with a thick texture, and with average carbonation. This is a solid offering.

ironcontra (308) - POLAND - JUN 18, 2017
Warming up to the DB’s. It more or less fits the canon descriptions, I’d agree w the previous guy that it’s just thinner than like Andechs or my (so far unfairly downrated) Salvator. Some carbo would be nice and a tad syrupy. But all the bread is nice, slightly more caramelized than others I’ve had, nuts, etc. Not bad

JefVerstraete (3355) - Oosterzele, BELGIUM - JUN 5, 2017
Bottle from Biershop Bayern. Hazy brown colour. Malty, sweetish, some banana, dark fruit .Smooth and easy drinkable, bit sweet. Not bad.

crajun (1243) - , Texas, USA - JUN 1, 2017
well below the top doppels imo; nice aroma; subdued - malts, toffee. taste is bland; thin; light medicinal. well below the other top doppels I have rated.

beerstar88 (587) - Bavaria, GERMANY - MAY 12, 2017
Tiefdunkel, schwarz im Glas mit sehr schwacher Krone. Röstmalziger Antrunk, Kaffeearomen gepaart mit Alknoten bis zum Abgang.

moldovan9807 (208) - Oradea, ROMANIA - APR 21, 2017
Aroma of roasted malt,caramel.taste of dark roasted bread,caramel,dark sugar.complex beer

jinroh (1595) - ESTONIA - APR 5, 2017
Pours beautiful copper with a thin beige head. Clear. Aroma is malty, a bit sweet and with some dried dark fruits. Taste.. oh, it is truly satisfying. Malty, fruity and sweet and bitter. Kind of like I want all bock style beers to be. Lots of balanced caramel flavours, some candy and heaps of caramel ice-cream. With dried plums as toppings. Kind of takes me back to medieval times as for some reason this is tasting as I would imagine beer to taste during the time of knights.

Grumpelmies (318) - GERMANY - APR 1, 2017
Bottle. Black/brown. Beautiful head. Aroma of red berries, treacle and malts. Sweet and vinous. Taste is a little bit fruity sweet, a tad bit spicy and bitter. Caramell, plums, liquorice and malts. Heavy, complex and balanced. Good carbonation and mouthfeel. Amazing Doppelbock. Very bavarian but for whatever reason also images of Belgium and Britain cross my mind.

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