Drachenblut - Lautertaler Hausbrauerei
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4.18/5 rDev 0%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4
Drachenblut produces a vast amount of light tan head that sticks around for a good bit. The lacing sticks well to the glass all the way through to the end. The body of this brew is translucent, but well filtered and has a very dark ruby red color.
Aroma characteristics are actually more metallic than sweet. There is a slight fruity note, but not in the way of honey.
The overall taste is complex. It has Dunkel lager like qualities to it, such as slightly burnt toast, but has a stronger hops presence, which are again metallic with a slight herbal finish.
The mouth feel is prickly upfront and has a slick and oily finish.
This is an enjoyable beer and I'd get a case of this in a heartbeat to share with my friends. It's nice to see a German brewer make a beer outside of the guidelines of the Rheinheitsgebot, as this is actually brewed with honey and not added in after fermentation.
By the way, Drachenblut in english is "Dragon Blood."
Serving type: bottle
05-13-2009 18:20:58 | More by TheSarge
Drachenblut from Lautertaler Hausbrauerei
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