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Samichlaus Classic Bier - Brauerei Schloss Eggenberg

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Ratings: 1,670
Reviews: 1,006
rAvg: 3.99
pDev: 17.04%
Wants: 131
Gots: 229 | FT: 12
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Style | ABV
Doppelbock |  14.00% ABV

Availability: Winter

Notes/Commercial Description:
The once strongest beer in the world is back! Brewed only once a year on December 6. Samichlaus is aged for 10 months before bottling. This beer is perhaps the rarest in the world. Samichlaus may be aged for many years to come. Older vintages become more complex with a creamy warming finish. Serve with hardy robust dishes and desserts, particulary with chocolates, or as an after dinner drink by itself. Brewed under the exclusive licence of Feldschlösschen-Hürlimann-Holding, Switzerland.

(Beer added by: UncleJimbo on 02-25-2001)
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Photo of IronDjinn
3.95/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A deep nutty copper in colour, finger width tight white head that slowly lingers.

The alcohol content is masked well in the aroma. Sweet, rich bready malt, along with a toss up between black cherries and black grapes, thin treacle, and mild warm spicy phenols.

Alcohol is immediately warming in the flavour. Rich poundcake-like malt, dried dark fruits like raisins and dates, rummy brown sugar, even vinuous hints of brandy in the finish. Serious boozy raisin notes in the aftertaste.

Full yet smooth mouthfeel, no bite from carbonation or alcohol to be present, quite remarkable all things considered.

Incredibly palateble for a beer, let alone a lager, of this abv%, but bigger isn't necessarily better in this case. It's impressive by its own merits, no doubt about that, but turns cloyingly sweet and intense by the time the glass is nearly empty, the charm tends to fade. Once a year, that sounds about right...

IronDjinn, Jul 13, 2008
Photo of AltBock
3.55/5  rDev -11%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

11.2 oz. bottle that a simple chocolate brown label with a small picture of Santa Claus at the top. Surrounding Santa is the bottled year of 2006. The back label has a brief paragraph about the beer. It says that it's brewed once a year on December 6th and it's aged 10 months before it's bottled. All the other stuff on the label is the usual US mandatory information. The cap of this beer is covered with bright silver paper.

Appearance: Since this is a big 14% beer, it seemed fitting to pour it into a small Great Lakes Christams Ale Snifter. What came out the small bottle was a golden amber colored beer with a faint head of white bubbles. The lack of the head of foam was probably due to the high ABV%. What head of foam was there quickly faded away into only a handful of white bubbly rings along the edge.

Smell: The aroma was slightly sweet and on the boozy side with black cherries, sweet caramel, sweet roasted malts, roasted pine needles, black berries, a hint of bitter roasted hops, and plenty of alcohol. Not so much alcohol where it burned my nose, but enough to a point where you could tell it meant business.

Taste: To be honest, I was expecting this beer to have an overwhelming taste of alcohol, but instead I find a sweet and lightly boozy beer. This taste featured sweet roasted malts, a hint of sweet caramel, black cherries, bitter roasted hops, a pinch of sweet yeast, a tiny splash of bitter dark chocolate, and loads of the sweet taste of alcohol. The alcohol was all through out the taste. Since the taste started, I could taste the alcohol gathering strength from all the flavors. It was at the end where the alcohol peaked and made the final taste taste like it was it burning. This burning taste only lasted for about 3 seconds and that was the end of it.

Mouthfeel: No questions asked, this was clearly a full bodied beer. This 14% ABV beer had a sweet aftertaste of sweet roasted malts, yeast, black cherries, sweet bitter hops, and of course, sweet alcohol. This aftertaste doesn't last very long. The sweetness aspect of the beer will remain, but none of the flavors.

Drinkability: It's once of those once in a while sipping beer treats. I would love to age one to see if the age would calm down the alcohol. I know it won't calm down the sweetness of the beer. If you can your hands on a bottle it's worth a try, especially if you haven't had such a high ABV% beer before. A sweet and boozy beer!

AltBock, Jul 05, 2008
Photo of AlexF
3.85/5  rDev -3.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

The beer poured ruby red in a chalice. Little to no carbonatation was present, and it all disapeared quickly, only leaving a few laces of bubbles.

Wine, sugar/caramel and alchohol smells are detectable. Something in there reminds me of succade.

This beer taste really heavy. Real sugary, and a detectable warmth caused by the high ABV. Again, succade, caramel and macerated sugars are detectable.

Overall a really enjoyable beer, but quite heavy and maybe lacking a bit of subtelty.

AlexF, Jun 29, 2008
Photo of dewalt
3.9/5  rDev -2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

Ordered a four-pack of 2006's bottling over the internet -- $34.95 with shipping, but worth it.

It pours out a rich, dark amber, with very little head, and has a strong sweet aroma. The mouth feel is slightly syrupy, and the beer has flavors of molasses, raisins, and honey. It is also noticeably strong -- that 14% alcohol isn't hiding.

This is my first time tasting of Samichlaus, and I thought it was terrific. But I shared sips with friends and got varied reactions. Some of them were instant fans. Others enjoyed it, and thought it seemed like a port or brandy, but couldn't drink more than a couple sips. And one or two just didn't like it at all, finding it too strong.

dewalt, Jun 29, 2008
Photo of wedge
3.48/5  rDev -12.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3


Perfectly clear amber color with a small white head that, understandably, fades quickly to a thin ring around the edge. It does smell noticeably strong, though not as outright alcoholic as I remember it being. Aromas of apricot, wood, coconut, cherry, and licorice. Dried fruit-like esters...overall not like any Doppelbock I've smelled, but then again, this is in the ABV range of a rather strong Eisbock. The flavor starts out sweet, very sweet. Grapes, raisins, and some cherry tartness...ripe fruit and honey. Dark sugary fruits and vanilla beans. The sweetness does an excellent job covering up any boozy unpleasantness that might otherwise ruin the whole thing. There is a pronounced warming in the throat as it goes down. Creamy smooth with a slight dry touch in the finish.

Somewhat bock-y in the maltiness, but mostly sweet, ripe, and strong. I like a darker, more liquid-bread-like Doppelbock, but I can appreciate this for what it is.

wedge, Jun 26, 2008
Photo of danielharper
4.28/5  rDev +7.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Bottled 2005.

Appearance: Pours dark orange-red, slight tinges of straight orange at the bottom, with an initially-thick head that things quickly, expected for-style. Transparent, with some bubbles clinging to the sides and bottom of the glass. Very nice presentation.

Smell: Rich, strongly alcoholic. Very malty, nutty. Hints of maple, perhaps? Very strong, very nuanced, deep aroma.

Taste: This one starts with a strong sweet flavor, which is then balanced by the strongly astringent alcohol. This is much stronger than a normal dopplebock, and at times it's a bit too strong, but overall this is a very nice flavor. As the beer warms the nuttiness and, yes, that maple-like taste, come to predominate. Some beer geeks will find either the sweetness or the alcohol too much, but I think it meshes together well, and overall I find it enjoyable.

Mouthfeel: Thick, luscious, very strongly alcoholic. It burns the tongue and the palate at times, but an experience this nice justifies that intensity.

Drinkability: I wouldn't drink this every night, but it's amazingly smooth for a beer of its strength, more like a good Old Ale than a dopplebock, and I recommend it highly.

danielharper, Jun 22, 2008
Photo of cvstrickland
4.4/5  rDev +10.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

2007 Bottling:

11.2 ounce bottle that, quite frankly, scares the hell out of me. I've had the four-pack in the fridge for a week, and have avoided it as if it were radioactive. Tall, dark bottles, like Nazi vampires with silver trimmings, sporting a prominent "Alc. 14% by vol." Yes, I'm a little anxious about this. I've selected a Chimay chalice for the encounter.

So I open it. It pours a rich red copper that I sniff at as it rolls into the chalice... alcohol, licorice, Ouzo?!? No... there's a fruity malt, too. No head, no lace.

Flavor of sweet hard candy with pepper and apple juice, licorice with cherries, apple cider, and Absolut... fabulous and complex, chocolate with espresso and alkaline cocoa in the finish... the flavors are only limited by the drinker's imagination.

Smooth and light, but without a doubt a sipper. Kickass interesting now, and I wonder how well it'll cellar.

cvstrickland, Jun 08, 2008
Photo of lllarzzz
3.48/5  rDev -12.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Vintage 2003, reveiewed in mid-2008.

Rich, deep aroma, with cherry and caramel hints, laced with alcohol. Wonderful burnt-amber color. Pours with very little head.

Strong alcohol taste. Deep flavor, very sweet with strong hints of maple syrup. Harsh start, but a clean finish. Not an easy drinker... but good for sippling.

Overall, this is a very complicated and interesting beer. It doesn't hide the 14% ABV very well, so this is definitely not a beer for most people... but it's worth a try for anyone who likes high ABV selections.

lllarzzz, Jun 04, 2008
Photo of ZimZamZoom
3.93/5  rDev -1.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Bottled in 2006.

Poured into a goblet. Nice amber color with an extremely short-lived tan head. No lacing, and plenty of visible carbonation.

Aroma of alcohol-laced toffee. Caramel coffee creamer, butterscotch, and heath bar crunch. Lots going on in this aroma. It is initially warm, but the alcohol mixes well with the resident complexity. Tastes of toffee and caramel, Irish whiskey, really balanced well with some nice sweet maltiness. There is so much going on here there's not much chance of picking up hops, but there is a bit of spice that may be attributable. Finishes mildly bitter and warm, and also leaves a thick feeling on the tongue.

Big bodied and warm. Great feel, but I wouldn't consider drinking another anytime soon. Great sipper for a not-as-warm-as-they-said-it-was-going-to-be late spring day.

ZimZamZoom, Jun 01, 2008
Photo of kzoobrew
4.75/5  rDev +19%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

Bottled in 2006

Pours an amber color, no head to speak of.

Smells of dark sugar and molasses. Sweet maltiness maybe some dark fruits.

If this isn't some sort of flavor explosion i don't know what is. Sweet maltiness is hard to miss. Layers of other subtle flavors are packed in. Vanilla, chocolate, honey, and there are similarities to a spiced rum.

Big mouthfeel, slightly oily. Definitely warming.

Great beer to throughly enjoy. Yes, it is a sipper but there really isn't anything wrong with that. Not a brew in which you would need more than one. Tremendously drinkable for what it is.

kzoobrew, May 30, 2008
Photo of AlesALot
4.65/5  rDev +16.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

This beer is amazing. By far the maltiest lager I have had and likely the maltiest on the market.

It is a nice deep amber to copper color with a small fizzy head that disapears quickly as all dopplebocks do.
It smells of sweet maltiness with dark fruit hints.
The taste is strong and assertive. The very high alcohol level is well beneath the dark maltiness and dark fruits, among other things I can't be bothered to unravel. It is just wonderful, but it is so high in volume that it is right there all the time. Definately a fine cognac type of a sipper. The taste is all over your mouth through to the next sip.
Very thick and silky. Feels very nice on the
palate with alcohol warmth from your lips to your stomach.
Very heavy even for a dopplebock, this is definatly in a class of it's own. Not for the casual beer drinker.

AlesALot, May 28, 2008
Photo of charlzm
3.63/5  rDev -9%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Bottle labeled 2006, consumed 2010/01/01.

Very clear, caramel/orange pour with plenty of bubbles rising from the nucleation point of my Triple Petrus snifter/tulip. Thin skin of foam rapidly dissipates, leaving only small swirls of straggler bubbles atop the fluid.

Aroma is mainly powdered sugar and candied fruit. Trace notes of unidentifiable malt and some woodiness. Kind of like a non-spicy fruitcake.

There's a neat trick here; the flavor just evaporates off the tongue, leaving almost no aftertaste. Good thing, as the flavor is intensely sweet to the point of cloying or syrupy. Caramel malts, strongly phenolic, some vanilla. The alcohol content is almost unnoticeable.

Very easy to drink, but not as complex or well-balanced as I had hoped. Read below for a different bottle...

BONUS REVIEW - 05/21/08 at LAX Radisson beer tasting: 1997 bottle brewed by Hurlimann in Switzerland:


Pours a deep, dark caramel color with no head.

The nose is treated to a smoky, sweet aroma.

The flavor is fruity: reminded me of apricot brandy. Smoke and a dark woodiness rounded out the palate. Fairly thick but not cloying. Not a quick sipper, as the flavor is bigger than the ABV, which is saying something.

This beer aged very well in the 11 years it sat bottled in a cellar. A rare treat.

A - 4, S - 4, T - 4, M - 4, D - 4

charlzm, May 24, 2008
Photo of Portertime
4.08/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

This "double goat" is a kick in the teeth! People were flabbergasted when I told them this brew was a regular item for us at the Totalwine I used to work at. They said it was really was a really rare and great brew so I thought what the hell, I'll try it. Served it mildly chilled in a goblet. Poured a rich clear ruby color. Smell was strong of rum, spice, vanilla, and a bit of honey. The taste was viscous and unrelenting. The powerful 14% ABV warms the palate with molasses, sherry, vanilla, oak, and vanilla notes. A big brew but I can only handle oe at a time.

Portertime, May 12, 2008
Photo of MSchae1017
3.78/5  rDev -5.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A - clear golden amber with very little off white head (as expected from the ABV)

S - sweet and acohol phenols

T - honey like sweetness. Alcohol presence. Nice maltiness

M - Full bodied. Slick and a bit cloying

D - packs a punch with the 14%. But actually drinkable

MSchae1017, May 01, 2008
Photo of BMoney575
2.58/5  rDev -35.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 1

Sampled on 4-18-08
2005 Vintage

Pours a very surprising crystal clear orange amber, with no real head and clean lacing.

Smell is slightly sweet and very, very boozy. This is going to be interesting.

Taste is super alcohol, with a sweet malty edge to it. Very strong, and very one-dimensional.

Mouthfeel is very dry and sharp, like a good martini.

Drinkability is astoundingly bad. It is the most sipping beer I've ever had.

Overall, an immense disappointment. I was expecting dark, malty, fruity. This is no doppelbock.

BMoney575, Apr 18, 2008
Photo of kmo1030
3.83/5  rDev -4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3

bottled in 2005
the beer pours a thick looking orangey amber brown with not much of a head that dissolves to zero head.
the aroma has a got a maple candy like smell with some orangey aromas mingled with molasses and toffee. apple is intertwined with some boozey rum as well.
the taste is quite sweet. it's got rich buttery almost maple syrupy caramel, with a distinctly fruity component: brown sugary pear, raisin, plum, fig, cooked apple. it has a boozey grand marnier quality to it, sort of like the anniversary editions especially. brandy-like. a little boozy and warming but not distractingly so when in context of the other flavors.
the mouthfeel is full and silky smooth with soft carbonation. a bit slick in the mouth and very nice.
not the most drinkable beer i've ever had, but respectable in it's own right. this was a little young for drinking. a couple of years would lend some needed balance probably, cool it off and dry it out some too. well worth a try though, a very beefy barleywine-like beer.

kmo1030, Apr 11, 2008
Photo of JDV
3.75/5  rDev -6%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

2003 bottle shared by aceofhearts. Thanks for this one!
Pours a light clear copper and looks very iced tea like in the glass. Smell is very faintly boozy and big rich sweet caramel and a nutty character to it , which along with the sweetness, reminds me of pecan prailines. Taste is rich, potent and sweet caramel with a nice warming feel to it and no distracting boozy flavors. Rich, sweet, but not cloying and really nice for sipping! 4-5 years has done this beer really well. Thanks again, Chad.

JDV, Apr 06, 2008
Photo of NCSUdo
4.3/5  rDev +7.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

11.2 oz bottle, bottle 2006

A: Clear amber, light brown under a small white head. No lace, no retention, no real surprise.

S: Smells of very sweet. Fruity, caramel, molasses, brown sugar, toasted malt, honey. Very pleasing smell.

T: Again, very sweet and boozy. Sweetness last through. Caramel, a little molasses and dark fruit then a pretty big alcohol warming on the way down.

M/D: Medium bodied (lighter then I expected), pretty high carbonation and alcohol is there in a big time warming. Drinkability is low only because this one is so strong. A very good beer.

NCSUdo, Apr 02, 2008
Photo of pmcadamis
4.58/5  rDev +14.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

A - A 1 finger head briefly appears and shows yellowish egg-shell hues before quickly disappearing. the brew itself is a beautiful shade of golden/honey/amber...like a prehistoric block of amber with a fly stuck in the middle. Looks like honey and pancake syrup.

S - Actually, honey and pancake syrup are what it smells like too! Waffles drizzled in syrup, honeycomb, cherry maraschino syrup that comes in the jar. This is delicate, sweet, fruity, and boozy. Smells like the syrup in a mixed fruit cup; melon, cantaloupe,Grand Marnier, and some lightly floral hops. Orange syrup if there is such a thing.

T - Again, Grand Marnier flavors are very strong here. Cherry syrup, honeycomb, light tropical fruit, maple syrup, and brown sugar.

M - Slick sugar and a very warming alcohol presence make this a really thick and hearty brew. The finish isn't dry per se, but the alcohol does wick away quite a bit of moisture, and keeps the mouthfeel from becoming overly sugary or flabby. This is a really nice feel more akin to Grand Marnier or a really nice cognac than a beer.

D - This is a great after dinner sipper! Full bodied, warming, sweet, hearty, and boozy as hell. This is born to take the place of a cognac after dinner or with cigars! I could never drink more than one, and slow sipping is required here. A fine, fine brew!

pmcadamis, Apr 01, 2008
Photo of rye726
4.8/5  rDev +20.3%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A 2001 bottle of this tasty brew.

Rich mahogany color with a lacking tan head.

Sweet fruits, candy malts, and sweet sugars. Dark, spicy and sherry like alcohols.

Very sweet flavor profile. This is one heck of a dopplebock that has aged very well. Possibly on the way down though. Again sherry like alcohols with rich candy malts and ripe and dried dark fruits.

Thick creamy body. A little syrupy but kept in balance by carbonation. This is very drinkable at over 6 years old.

rye726, Mar 28, 2008
Photo of jbphoto88
3.93/5  rDev -1.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

From the 2006 bottling. Poured a deep copper color with almost no head. The little that formed goes away fast and never returns despite swirling.

The scent is of a sweet rum soaked fruit cake. Sugary, raisins with a fine malt character in the background.

Taste is of very sweet dark fruits soaked in alcohol. It has a thick, chewy mouthfeel that makes it almost cough syrup-ish, but in a good way. The kind of cough syrup you had as a kid that was so sweet and good you wanted some even when you weren't sick. There is a toffee and malty finish that is enhanced by the warmth of the ABV. Wow this one has a slow burn that kind of creeps up on you. The mouthfeel is amazing! Smooth, silky but also thick and chewy. Gets even more interesting as it warms, or it could be the ABV hitting me early.

The only thing that stops this from being a super drinkable brew is the high ABV. Ouch after one I am feeling a good buzz. Time to switch to a lower abv beer like gonzo imperial porter or hopslam.

jbphoto88, Mar 26, 2008
Photo of wagenvolks
3.83/5  rDev -4%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

11.2 oz bottle into a pilsner glass.

A gentle pour produces a half inch of custard head that quickly efferveces to a thin patch of micro-bubbles, fueled by a billowing carbonation level. For a 14% ABV, this beer is exceptionally well-carbonated. The body's hue is a copper shade of gold, with a fantastic clarity and brightness to its color. The aroma seems to transcend the Dopplebock style with a delightful boozy elixier: notes of dark rum, brandy, sherry and the like. Currants, produce, fresh grass, and a slight hint of citrusy hops provide a great balance to the smell.

This is not a beer for the faint of palate. Gooey, viscous alcohol notes slosh across the tongue and leave in their wake a syrupy-sweet, honey malt profile. This beer is almost too sweet, but balances the sugars ever so slightly with a kick of hops and booze. The mouthfeel is uber-thick, chewy, and warming; aftertaste is sweet and boozy. I'm not exactly sure how I feel about Samichlaus...one one hand, it's an exceptionally complex, well-crafted beer that probably deserves its own style. On the other hand, it's a mess of sugary-sweet booze and nearly undrinkable thickness. Although it's not a beer I'll ever forget having tasted, it's not a beer I'll be rushing out to buy again, either.

wagenvolks, Mar 18, 2008
Photo of medic25
4.43/5  rDev +11%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

2006 vintage. Red-orange color with very little head. Nose is a strong malty aroma. Taste is a delicious sweet malt, extremely easy drinking for a beer this strong. I'm amazed that they hide 14% ABV this well. Very smooth drinking, not overly carbonated. I'm very impressed with this rarely produced beer.

medic25, Mar 16, 2008
Photo of erosier
3.38/5  rDev -15.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

Bottled in 2006.

Pours a golden copper color with a short off-white colored head that laces the glass some down the glass. The aroma is of very strong liquor and very sweet malts and some viney fruits and even a hint of apples. The taste is a very strong sweet malts some sweet viney fruits and some apple taste. The taste was very strong and if I had let it sit and age it would probably be a more mellow taste. The mouthfeel was kind of harsh and very sharp. It was not very drinkable because of its sharp mouthfeel and the very high alcohol content, but letting it sit and age for some time.

erosier, Mar 09, 2008
Photo of AKBelgianBeast
4.25/5  rDev +6.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

"My mouth tastes like burning!" ---Ralph Wiggum.

That is what I thought about my first samichlaus. However, this one is a couple years old and has improved significantly. Pours a deep brown/red with ok white head that dissappears quickly. Nose is very caramely with sugar and raisin. Taste follows with very caramely sugary taste. Dark fruits and sugars abound. Great sugary taste. There is still much alcohol present though. Mouthfeel is thinner than I would like for the abv. drinkability is good, but I have had many beers in this range that are more drinkable. I think I will keep the rest of these in the cellar for at least another 3 or 4 years. Good beer. Unique.

AKBelgianBeast, Mar 07, 2008
Samichlaus Classic Bier from Brauerei Schloss Eggenberg
90 out of 100 based on 1,670 ratings.