Tonybaldeagle (62) - - JUN 10, 2013
A mature beer that delivers a well-rounded full-bodied flavour with hints of toasted marshmallow and malt.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Maris (1612) - Canberra, AUSTRALIA - NOV 29, 2012
From a 500ml bottle on 29/11/2012 (ABV listed as 5% rather than 5.2%). Pours a clear dark amber with a small head. Has a quite strong aroma of chocolate and caramel malt. The flavour follows suit with lots of chocolate and caramel, along with some nutty, bready and roasty notes. Finishes with a nice medium bitterness. All up, a very pleasant malt dominated brew. Cantabrian (1170) - Christchurch NZ, now Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - NOV 25, 2012
Nice Dunkel! Looks pretty awesome, with a diluted cola tone and a generous, creamy, off-white head. Smells of nothing. Well, to be honest, there’s a very subtle aroma of porter smothering something mischievously foul, but which is quite well hidden. The flavour is absolutely delicious. Yes mellow roasted malts, and even plums – not sure if this is consistent with the style. There’s some bitter chocolate and biscuits in there too. Perhaps marzipan, I don’t know. It’s pretty damn pleasant! Palate is a bit astringent, resinous. Nice long finish, dry and sticky. Lovely beer. I guess my biggest problem with this product is the choice of spelling. If they want to refer to the city of Munich (and they do), they should spell it as Münchner (with an umlaut) or Muenchner (the “ue replaces the “ü”). The word “Munchner” (without the umlaut) does not exist in the English or in the German languages. It does not refer to Munich, but to only to a certain Norwegian family name. Yeah, I know how people will appreciate this type of criticism... ciaranc (1306) - Dublin, IRELAND - AUG 16, 2012
Bottle, amber red brown with a big, fine lasting head. Nutty malts on the nose, smooth mouthfeel. A nice dunkel. deusax (456) - Grenoble, FRANCE - JUN 15, 2012
Bottled. Amber-red colour, brown thick head. Strong chocolate/coffe/nuts aroma, pretty impresive! Taste is full of coffee/chocolate/malts. Really enjoyable!
BarossaLuke (552) - AUSTRALIA - MAY 28, 2012
Whoever scored this a 2.4 has no idea what they are talking about! This is a really nice Dunkel, they are not an easy beer to brew, but great drinking. A cold winter night is perfect for this lightly roasty beverage from our New Zealand brewing brethren. Nice coffee and hints of charcoal/ash on the nose, clean dry palate that makes the beer enjpyable and very drinkable. Wishing I had another bottle or three actually sinkas (293) - Perth/Fremantle, AUSTRALIA - MAY 12, 2012
Bottle via BeerMasons
Spicy and malty nose
Hints of.chocolate in dry spicy palate
Nothing too exciting ALLOVATE (3088) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - APR 26, 2012
Tried back in October 2011.omega (899) - NEW ZEALAND - APR 21, 2012
Just on cool and into a dimple. It radiates a robust aroma on the pour. Quite lively, well conditioned managing a mountainous, tannish crown that lifts a good two fingers out the brim. Well retained atop a hazy, deep chestnut body; the lacework enviable. Thick, all consuming aroma of sticky chocolate mudcake, Marzipan, heavily roasted malt, ripe plums, dried dates, sultanas and raisins, a dash of ported oak and sharp, spicy herbs - deliciously inviting. Quite a complex ensemble in the mouth that attacks the back end. Bitter, dusty dark chocolate, husky wood, camphor, stinging nettles and rocket in and around the swallow. Plummy, pruny, sweet fruit front, kept in check by roasted and toasted grains. The body is light, the persistent head adding a creaminess to it. Carbonation just enough to heighten the flavour. Nice hop and malt bitterness fades into a flavour reminiscent of chocolate ice cream long into the swallow adding contrast. Bitter fruit sugars linger on the tongue. has a lot going on for a Dunkel bier. This is delicious stuff. (50cL, no date stamp, Cellarbrations Carlisle)
Full flavoured dark beer. Not overly bitter and has good length. Lacks richness for it to be great. Brodies_Best (324) - Auckland Central, NEW ZEALAND - APR 3, 2012
500 ml bottle, pours dark amber with tan head. Aroma of milk and sweet malt. Tastes of smooth creamy milk with strong coffee. Smooth aftertaste.