Fat Head's Heller Bock - Fat Heads Brewery & Saloon
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4.13/5 rDev 0%
16oz pour from Fat Heads Pittsburgh, served in an English-style pint glass
A - served with almost three-quarters of an inch of loose but creamy white foam. the beer is dark gold in color, crystal clear. leaves behind a thick sticky layer of foam all the way down the glass.
S - heavy toasted and crispy malts, piney resinous hops provide an assertive bitter punch while crackery and lightly sweet caramel malts add balance.
T - starts off lightly sweet with caramel and toasted bready malts, very clean and crisp through the middle, finishes with some bittering but very well controlled crunchy piney hops.
M - medium bodied with strong but not distracting carbonation...finishes with just a bit of lingering grassy bitterness but very clean, a great beer with food.
D - quite dangerous, ABV is insanely well hidden and while being full-flavored, nothing in here will wear on you. good balance and overall well executed.
06-20-2010 19:43:15 | More by Stigs
4.13/5 rDev 0%
Had from a fresh growler poured at Fat Head's Pittsburgh.
A-pours a clear golden orange color with a dense creamy white head.
S-the nose has a lightly toasted bready malt, a good bit of caramel and brown sugar, notes of sticky pine and a touch of grapefruit in the back.
T-the taste is quite nice, subtle notes of caramel and toasted bread, brown sugar, a touch of pine, nice hops presence in the back, grapefruit and light bitterness. very different bock, strong hop presence.
M-smooth and syrupy with a lighter medium body and enough carbonation to hold throughout. the finish has a hint of crispness and is very oily throughout.
D-this has huge balance and almost seems like an imperial ipa. very hoppy with a good malt presence, quite drinkable!
06-02-2010 00:21:29 | More by cpetrone84
Fat Head's Heller Bock from Fat Heads Brewery & Saloon
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