Duckstein Rotblondes Original - Duckstein GmbH
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3.14/5 rDev -10.3%
Picked this up in Jenks, OKm, BBD of Nov 14
Pours an effervescent bronze/amber with 3 fingers of pearl colored head. Alright head retention & lacing
S: Pears & leafy hops; bready notes as well
T: Follows the nose, dryness and a whisper of caramel up front. Some pear notes, a little bit of leafy & herbal hop notes, plus a bit more dryness as this warms. Some woody bitterness in the finish & pears, plus sulphur notes, major detractor
MF: Light/medium bodied, fairly firm carbonation
Drinks easy enough, a fairly middling take on the style, I thought it was a little better when I tried this in Germany, but that was 10 years ago...
02-05-2014 02:32:26 | More by russpowell
3.24/5 rDev -7.4%
A: brown with non-sustaining head
S: mineral water, some roasted malt, caramel, toffee
T: caramel, toffee, grain huskiness,
M: nice dry finish, some lingering sweetness (malt/caramel/toffee)
O: easy drinking beer, but it's not something i would seek for
11-07-2013 18:52:01 | More by Takahiro
3.98/5 rDev +13.7%
appearance: brown aamber in color no real head and not much carbonation keeping with style
smell: coffee style aroma with some hints of sweetness I like it dynamic
taste: round coffee up front with a sweety bit of hops at the end I like it a lot, not too hoppy for me
mouthfeel: wow I like it, nice roams the mouth till the next sip a good feel and really nice character
overall: something to try, there are other beers I would pick up first but a nice brew to discover
08-25-2013 19:37:37 | More by JCBears
3.39/5 rDev -3.1%
A: Clear, amber coloured. Thin layer of stable foam with small bubbles.
S: When pouring, a nice typically German hop aroma is evident. Unfortunately it dissipates quickly. Slightly sulfury (I would have guessed it's a lager, but it isn't) and a nice malty note on the background.
T: Decent bitterness. This beer has a very nice, typical malt-flavour which unfortunately remains on the background and in the aftertaste.
M: Dry, light body.
Overall: Decent beer. If all flavours would have been a little more prominent it would be a great beer.
07-05-2013 15:34:21 | More by Geert
Duckstein Rotblondes Original from Duckstein GmbH
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