Brewed by Klosterbrauerei Weltenburg
Style: Amber Lager/Vienna
Kelheim, Germany


on tap

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RATINGS: 303   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.19/5   SEASONAL: Winter   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
A winter seasonal.

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angelkostvo (1247) - CZECH REPUBLIC - MAR 28, 2013
Copper color with 1 finger white head. Aroma of malt , toast. Taste is light sweet and quite drinkable. Light body, watery texture, soft to average carbonation. Not bad but I was expecting more.

jcos (1855) - Maryland, USA - MAR 20, 2013
Location/Date:Bottle on 3/19/2013 split with Jay.

Appearance: Pours a copper cloud.
Aroma: Aroma of bread and caramel.
Taste: Similar to the nose, bready malt, caramel, no bitterness.
Palate:Light body.

Summary: A solid vienna style, light body, nice amount of flavor at low alcohol %.

edpeg (906) - Berlin, GERMANY - MAR 16, 2013
Pours amber copper coloured clear body with white head. Aromas are licorice, roasted malts. hops, some hay. Palate is slick and full-bodied, with medium lively carbonation and mouthfeel. Aftertaste gas sweet malts and medium short hops flavors. Overall smooth beer with, mild dry end and not much bitterness. OK, but nothing extraordinary.

FatPhil (17078) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - FEB 25, 2013
500ml botte (Angleterre, Helsinki)
Metallic aroma - copper. Some malts too. ich orange, large off-white head. Pleasant sweet malty taste. Sweet caramelly body, smooht, crisp carbonation. Finish starts caramelly, then hits hazelnut and walnut. Hint of something mushroomy too. Very easy drinker, but a bit sweet maybe. Nice winter beer, I guess.

Shaney (2423) - Köln / Cologne, GERMANY - FEB 18, 2013
Kastanienfarbenes Bier mit weißen, feinporigem Schaum. Ein kultiviertes Malzaroma nach Creme Brulee. Vollmalziger Antrunk. Ein liebliches Dunkel mit Karamell-, Fudge- und Toffeenoten und das nicht zu knapp. Ein würziges Finish mit Aromahopfen lässt den Winter-Traum wahr werden. GEIL!

Marstonlad (955) - Helsinki, FINLAND - JAN 31, 2013
Pours reddish copper with a head that disappears quickly. Malty aroma is pretty mild; flavours of hay, bread and some herbs. Taste is crisp with solid clean malty flavours featuring most. Only a little herbal notes in the finish. Overall somewhat dry, light to medium bodied, slick palate. Very drinkable, clean German beer - no mistakes but no variance either.

kingstoni (2149) - FINLAND - JAN 17, 2013
Bottle. Clear copper color with a thin head. Mild aroma of caramel. Malty taste. Lively carbonation. Sticky feel.

Fatehunter (2615) - Corbett, Oregon, USA - JAN 15, 2013
Two fingers of head on a cloudy copper colored body. The aroma is malty, barnyard, hay and caramel. It borders musty, but it’s still nice. The flavor has a malt sweetness, mild bitterness and a curious spice note at the end. Smooth texture with low carbonation and heavier body. An enjoyable beer. The taste is a bit different with the spice, but it’s a good addition.

stouby (4779) - Holbæk, DENMARK - JAN 15, 2013
Bottle at DØE tasting. Clear dark golden with a white head. Aroma medium malty (caramel, light roasted), light hoppy. Flavor medium sweet, light bitter, long lasting. Meium body, medium carbonated. Nice.

Rune (13508) - Tromsø, NORWAY - JAN 5, 2013
Many thanks to Finn for a 500ml bottle, 5.4 % abv, of this one. Beautiful appearance with a decent, almost white coloured body fading slowly on top of a crystal clear, golden brown coloured body. Lace sheet to the glassware. Smooth aroma of caramel malts, herbs and grain. Malty flavour containing caramel, nuts, earth, herbs and almond. Dry malty finish. A warming, malt-accented beer that fits the season (Tromsø, 04.01.2013).

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