Red Rock Munich Dunkel - Red Rock Brewing Company
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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 3 | Display Reviews Only:
3.65/5 rDev -2.4%
A - Toffee brown colour, decent head and lacing
S - Big caramel and brown sugar up front, some nutty background, mild herbs
T - Some toffee and syrup, strong herbal note almost medicinal, light grain on finish
M - leaving towards the heavy side, sticky sweet, full finish
O - a pretty soid dunkel, not especially memorable but I did enjoy trying it at the brewpub
11-01-2012 21:33:16 | More by joemcgrath27
4.2/5 rDev +12.3%
This bottle was a left-over from the 2006 GABF judging and was provided to me as a reward for my volunteer efforts. Thanks a million to GABF and to Redrock Brewing for the opportunity.
Label on the bottle classifies this beer as category #26 (Euroean-Style Dark/Munchner Dunkel). Pours a storng 2 finger tan/tan-brown head over a crystal clear hazelnut brown liquid. The head showed a bit of cascading after the pour and, although most of the head settled quickly, the last bit hung like a thin and fine guiness head til the end. Well done.
Smells mild. Roast, and chocolate. A bit sour, but clean of esters. Tastes mild. Some wet malt sweet to tame a roasted grain. Prominent tettnanger hops lend a voice to the choir. Tame...not bold in any dimension. It would be easy for flaws to show through on such a delicate beer, but I find no glaring defects. Metallic aftertaste is the result of roasted grains, but they are mixed with chocolate in a saving grace. Finish is somewhat dry, which keeps the palette light and ready for more. I'm very impressed. Tempered, complex, and well balanced flavors with md body and modest carbonation. A bit too interesting to simply be classified as an easy drinking beer. Mouthfeel has a bit of silkiness that can be found in oatmeal stouts.
11-12-2006 06:22:24 | More by mentor
3.35/5 rDev -10.4%
A - Pours a dark brown in color, little carbonation, small head, nice lacing.
S - Scents of sweet malts, yeast, caramel/toffee.
T - The taste is slightly bitter, but slighty sweet as well o roasted caramel, toffee with a nice clean finish.
M - Medium body.
D - Drinkable. This is a very tasty brew, would recommend.
04-22-2006 20:43:15 | More by Wasatch
Red Rock Munich Dunkel from Red Rock Brewing Company
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