Spezial Doppel-Doppel Bock - Pivovar Breznak
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2.45/5 rDev +4.3%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 2 | feel: 4 | overall: 2
Labeled as Doppel-Doppel Bock, therefore the World's first Quadruple Bock from this Czech brewer. On the back label there is a a German designation "helles" = "pale" added to the beer's denomination. 500 ml, BB date reads 10. June 2011.
Pour into tulip results in deep golden to coppery/amber body a with good clarity provided by lagering, topped by short, frothy off-white head that slowly recedes to a stable cloth. Aroma is strong malt with some melanoidins and toasty notes, caramel sweetness, plum & grape-like fruitiness from the malts used and evident alcohol. The flavor is strong malt with a rich caramel sweetness, warming, slightly burning alcohol and toward the finish prominent hoppy bitterness with a spicy touch probably originating from noble hops. Tends to coat the lips with a sweet film and although on the sweet side still gives an impression of attenuation. The body is medium-full with moderate carbonation.
In short: A sweet-bitter and alcoholic Doppelbock.
Serving type: bottle
01-31-2011 00:52:40 | More by crnipeter
Spezial Doppel-Doppel Bock from Pivovar Breznak
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