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Reviews by Shadman:
3.4/5 rDev 0%
poured into the glass with a very fizzy head that disappeared very quickly. A medium brown color similar to Coca-cola.
Smell was of faint chocolate malt
Taste...loads of carbonation with a nice hint of sweet chocolate malt.
Mouthfeel: very crisp..but noting else!!
Drinkability: ok..but kinda non-discript...someone discribed it as seltzerish..and i'd have to agree
01-16-2007 03:20:37 | More by Shadman
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3.8/5 rDev +11.8%
Presentation: 12oz Euro-style bottle with a foil neck sheaf and plain white label.
Appearance: Dark brown with a tan froth that settles into a thin ring lace.
Smell: Sweet malt, hints of ripe fruit and alcohol.
Taste: Very malty with a pleasingly thin leafy bitterness. The dark malt flavours linger for quite some time.
Notes: This is a delicious lager, well balanced and a nice switch from the typical golden lager style
05-23-1998 00:00:01 | More by Todd
3.01/5 rDev -11.5%
A dark, yet thin beer, brown head evaporates, well I guess dissipates quickly. A quirky metallic and bitter aroma.
Taste, a mixed bag. No hops, but a faint degree of coffee and chocolate as if it was a thin porter. No heft though, seems to be a malt to just get the SRM up, and not to give you anything to chew on. Ends up going from interesting to not so much, a little pricier than what it should be given the lack of ingredients.
07-29-2010 16:08:30 | More by Beerandraiderfan
3.15/5 rDev -7.4%
Big foamy white head on the pour, the body is a burnt mahogany colour with a cherry nimbus and highlights when held up to direct light. Grains on the nose with some slight herbal hops. Metallic grain flavour up front with a bitter herbal finish and aftertaste. Mouthfeel was a bit watery, but goes down very easy. All in all not a very memorable beer for me.
03-08-2004 01:36:37 | More by IronDjinn
2.73/5 rDev -19.7%
Mid September 2005.
Presentation- Pils style glass served via the tap. Had at the Black Forest restaurant in Invermere, B.C.
Appearance- Semi dark golden in color, very small head with little lace.
Smell- Slight sweet roasted malt and some grainy notes.
Taste- This is what I now call the beer with no taste. I literally drank this whole thing and tasted nothing. Maybe, just maybe, so light sweet malts, but that's really pushing it.
Mouthfeel- Lightly carbonated with a slight seltzery feel.
Drinkability- Mildly thirst quenching, but otherwise a beer I would have no need to try again.
09-30-2005 20:34:31 | More by GClarkage
4.3/5 rDev +26.5%
Poured into pint glass.
Dark brown/black body with a semi-thick head that stayed, stuck to the sides a bit.
Aroma had hints of malt, chocolate, bread and molasses. Seemingly leading to a strong taste.
Taste was not as strong as i thought. A good balance between the malt, coffee, chocolate, and sweetness. Some dark fruit...blackberry?
Good feel..hops were just enough, a bit lacking up front.
02-02-2006 00:50:57 | More by Mebuzzard
British Columbia (Canada)
3.83/5 rDev +12.6%
Thsi beer is not just black coloured lager but rather a nice well rounded dark lager. The slightly sweet malt body is not overdone and the blance seems right for this style of beer. Almost tastes like a weaker double bock but the complexity and bigness is not part of what makes this beer style. A nice beer for the shoulder seasons between winter warmers and summer coolers.
03-25-2004 04:55:23 | More by canucklehead
4/5 rDev +17.6%
This dark brown Dunkel had a beige head, but it disappeared beat-feet fast. There's virtually no lace to mention. The sweet malty aroma dominates a mild hop nose and faint alcohol fume. The medium malt body is a little thinner than it appears...not bad, just a bit deceiving. The lime-like hops are mildly applied. There's a light dark caramel sweetness and slight prune flavor. The omnipresent alcohol never waivers.
05-30-2003 20:03:15 | More by BeerResearcher
2.68/5 rDev -21.2%
330ml bottle poured into a stein. Courtesy of the girlfriend's dad.
Pours a brown cola colour, maybe a bit lighter. 3/4in head subsides to a healthy lace with very mild carbonation. Aroma is very sweet and malty, nutty with a bit of caramel, plum, and apple juice. No real hop aroma to speak of.
First taste reveals some liquorice flavours, roasted malt, caramel, nuts, apple juice, with a weird soapy note in the back end and a surprisingly alcoholic burn. Metallic twang in the aftertaste. Fizzy in the mouth, definitely overcarbonated with a very wet finish. The whole brew leans toward being straight up muddled in its profile, and comes off being pretty bland on the whole. I'd definitely pass on another.
06-17-2007 21:39:53 | More by trevorwideman
3.13/5 rDev -7.9%
Kind of an odd one. Meduim brown in colour with red hints. Not much carbonation at all. Smells like a lager (a bit of sulfur and herbal hops), and the first flavors are also very much like a lager (slightly drying, with light malt and a bit of hops). The finish is where things start to develop, with hints of chocolate and roasted nuts. Im not sure if this beer is "subtle" or just "lacking in flavor". Either way, its not bad, but nothing special either.
11-25-2005 22:11:21 | More by fisherman34
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