Bayerische Staatsbr. Weihenst.
Aroma of grain, spice and light citrus. Sweet, malty flavors with plenty of grain are complemented by some light spiciness.
Mild hoppy note and pleasant fresh spicy taste. Goes very well with salads, poultry, or stews. A centuries-old brewing tradition. 5.1% ABV
Germany. Distinctive aroma of hops with a pleasant bitterness. 5.1% ABV
Pours a gold end color, medium bodied with barley grains, malted wheat enhanced by earthy spices. Goes down smooth.
90 PTS ALL ABOUT BEER. Brilliant pale golden hue. Pours with a foamy white head. Zesty aromas have a pale malt accent with a frothy and notably dry palate that finishes with a trace of hop bitters.
German-style double bock; very fragrant with undertones of caramel and toasted bread; full bodied with creamy carbonation and big maltiness; caramel, dried plum and toast in the finish.
Beautiful whipped-eggwhite-like head, low malt sweetness balanced by low hop bitterness leaving the beer in a dry style; light filtration clears the beer which is quenching and refreshing!
From the world's oldest brewery (1040 AD); Dortmunder lager with a lacy head; clean, yeasty-bready flavor and a nice tang of hops in the finish; rather a crisp style as opposed to too malty.