Dunkelroggen - Real Ale Brewing Company
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Ratings: 7 | Reviews: 7 | Display Reviews Only:
3.98/5 rDev +8.7%
Pours a hazy copper. The bright, white head fades to a patchy film. Citrus and apricot fruitiness are most evident, with a bready, pale maltiness underneath.
Bready and toasty malts lend a light sweetness. Apricot and citrus notes become evident in the center. There's a mild, resiny, hop bite and a light bitterness in the finish. Light-bodied, enough carbonation to keep things from feeling watery. There's a nice dry character in the finish.
Tasty, balanced with a good variety of flavors.
01-15-2009 21:02:12 | More by EPICAC
District of Columbia
3.7/5 rDev +1.1%
Well, I'd like to agree with Ruslanchick (sp?) that Fiddler's Hearth is a cool bar. Also had this on tap there. Slightly hazy copper brown with gold highlights the brighten things up. White head, a couple of pinkies' width. A whispy cover sticks around. Spotty lacing, drapy globs.
A full wheat, banana profile to the nose, but with dark bread and a grassy, spicy kick at the end.
White bread up for a quick up front. Banana, with the rye spice and tanginess adding some grass and overripe=fruit qualities. Hops contribute a bit of that, as well. Bread feel and taste become a wee bit darker, grainier.
Despite the bready taste and feel, a light body. At 5.2ABV, pretty damn sessionable. But... it tastes like a pretty good wheat with some slight hop and rye additions. It could be more.
12-27-2008 06:57:02 | More by TheMistler
3.35/5 rDev -8.5%
Imperial pint on tap at the Fiddler's Hearth in Austin (a very nice place).
My friend ordered a Guiness on nitro tap, which takes some time. I don't know if they poured my beer and let it sit while they waited for the Guiness, but there was absolutely no head on it. The beer was a very hazy orange and what head I saw was white. Very disappointed with the appearance of this beer.
The aroma and flavor left three strong impressions: hefeweizen flavor that I can best describe as bready, cinnamon, and lemon. Not a bad flavor, but not something I would seek out either. Mouthfeel was good and complemented the beer well. Despite the unattractive look of the beer and unremarkable flavor, I would definitely have had another. It did leave a positive impression...but that might just be homerism.
12-12-2008 05:17:24 | More by Ruslanchik
4.47/5 rDev +22.1%
I had this on tap at San Antonio Homebrew Supply.
It poured darked amber with a white head that didn't stick around. It smelled sweet and spicy. The taste was malty up front with a lot of clove/coriander-like spiciness.
This one surprised me and I'll be looking for it again.
12-03-2008 16:00:28 | More by cadaverous
2.3/5 rDev -37.2%
Reviewed 11/6/2008 (Tap @ Flying Saucer, Houston, TX): Pours a cloudy darker (than the Roggienbier) yellow-brown body. Small white head. Pungent aroma, almost skunky. Some fruitiness. Fruity taste, same skunk. Taste of strawberries. Somewhat fruity. Tastier as it warms up. Watery palate. Eh. I prefer the regular Roggenbier.
11-19-2008 04:21:44 | More by jujubeast6000
4.4/5 rDev +20.2%
On draft at the Flying Saucer in Houston.
Pours a not-so-dunkel into the glass. Medium gold/brown with white head. Aroma has a nice malt sweetness along with banana and cloves.
This beer has an exceptional body to go along with a nice dryness from the rye.
11-11-2008 20:09:17 | More by graham515
3.43/5 rDev -6.3%
A: Pours a murky amber/brown color. A small white and bubbly head forms, but recedes fast. Lots of bubbles are rising to the top. Not much lace to speak of.
S: Buttery malt with some caramel. Bananas and clove. Other kind of bland citrus aromas, bubblegum. Were is the rye?
T: Again, a unique buttery malt taste is up front. Sweet caramel malt as well. Banana esters and bubblegum. Not much rye to speak of.
M/D: At first a quick snap of carbonation that gives this beer a refreshing quality. A medium body that becomes more creamy as it warms up. Easy enough to drink, though a one and done.
A Dunkel Roggenbier? Very unique IMO, but not really what I am looking for in a rye beer. Which is a shame, with Full Moon I thought this sort of thing was right up their ally. A nice try, but next.
10-18-2008 19:39:29 | More by champ103
Dunkelroggen from Real Ale Brewing Company
- out of 100 based on 7 ratings.