Schneider Aventinus Weizen-Eisbock - Weisses Bräuhaus G. Schneider & Sohn GmbH

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Ratings: 2,146
Reviews: 1,065
rAvg: 4.24
pDev: 11.79%
Wants: 148
Gots: 168 | FT: 4
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Weisses Bräuhaus G. Schneider & Sohn GmbH visit their website
Germany

Style | ABV
Eisbock |  12.00% ABV

Availability: Year-round

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(Beer added by: BeerAdvocate on 11-05-2001)
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Photo of Chubby
4.3/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Served in 33cl numbered bottle.

Aroma: Good maltiness, raisins, some vanilla and dark fruits like plums. Sweet with low phenols and a distant fruity ester. A little rum raisins.

Appearance: Dark mahogony with dark burgundy highlights. Effervescent with almost no head retention. Hazy (I did not rouse yeast).

Flavor: Rum soaked raisins with an onslaught of melanoidins and a spicy phenolic in the back of the pack. A little taste of alcohol in the aftertaste but pretty free of esters and bitters.

Mouthfeel: Alcohol numbing and warmth. A little spicy astringency. Medium to full mouthfeel with fine medium carbonation.

Overall: I like the dark melanoidin malt profile and its sneaky strength. The phenols are spicy and compliment the malt very well. I'm a little worried about the lack of esters but don't really miss them. A great multi-faceted brew. Good job. Needs more dextrins for improved head.

Photo of davidchollar
4.2/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

pours like like flat coke. black, but not completely, some shades of dark brown, but no head at all. the appearance isn't so appetizing given the resemblance to undesirable cola, but fortunately the nose makes up for it.

smells intense! spicy, malty clove, fruity, licorice and gum, booze. there's a lot going on, and it smells strong. ditto for taste. this is one healthy brew. yes it is strong compared to your normal 5% beer, but amazingly balanced and approachable compared to your normal 12% cabernet savignon. mouthfeel is chewy, almost syrupy. heavy and sweet but there's a nice bitter kick in the aftertaste.

i've only had a couple of each, but i think i prefer this to the original aventinus weizenbock, perhaps because of the ridiculously high abv! i can only imagine having 1 at a time, but i enjoyed this time and look forward to the next.

Photo of jlh8643
3.95/5  rDev -6.8%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured into my Pils glass. A rush of carbonation bubbles race to the top but no head remains after the initial pour. Caramel, figs, plums and grapes are the main things I get from the first noseful. The malts dominate the the full body leaving a sweet syrupy and fruity finish. The alcohol only enters into the equation as it hits my stomach. At $3.00 a bottle this is a steal for what's inside.

Photo of VoodooBrew
4.35/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

The aroma immediately identifies this wheat-based beer, with your obvious banana notes, but there is also some spice. On the palate we are greeted immediately by spice, malt, a fleeting tartness, then the warmth of alcohol that flows downward into the belly. The aftertaste is long and moderately tart, with hints of banana.

This seems to be a beer that opens up as you drink it, revealing more layers along the way, and I imagine that goes for subsequent samplings.

Photo of Iguana
3.83/5  rDev -9.7%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Appearence - Murky brown, really dark, but not black like a stout, kinda like a deep chestnut color. Really no head to this, it dissipates so fast and leaves just a foam ring along the glass.

Smell - Smell is amazing, brown sugar, dark ripe fruit, caramel, and hints of alcohol. Quite possibly one of the best beers I have smelled.

Taste - Taste is ok, I guess after smelling it I had hoped it would taste like that, but this tastes like a really strong Weizenbock, which I guess in essence thats what it is. Would have ranked higher if it tasted just like it smelled.

Mouthfeel - Thick, very rich, a slight tingle from either the carbonation or alcohol, I cant tell which.

Drinkability - Definitly not a session beer, has a pretty high alcohol content and rich taste so its a sipper. I dunno as I would buy another, I have had a couple other eisbocks I have enjoyed more at a lower price.

Photo of whynot44
4.43/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Cola or maple syrup colored with a substantial and lasting tan head that leaves a bit of nice lace.

The aroma is caramel, fruit, spice and alcohol.

The taste is sweet dark malt, figs, plums, pears with caramel and spices. The finish is rich and warm. Full bodied, a bit sweet but not quite syrupy.The spiciness and warmth takes some of the edge off.

A very nice beer for sippimg after dinner or on a cold winter day. Smooth and easy to sip.

Photo of falloutsnow
4.22/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: Thick, dense head that slowly melts into a thin layer of light brown/tan foam around the perimter of the glass. The "melts" is apt, for with a beer of this thickness, processes must be described as slow, almost geologic in their movement. The beer is a very dark brown away from the light, turning an orange-amber when held to the bulb. A surprising amount of carbonation is visible, despite the murkiness and anticipated thickness of this brew.
S: Strong, syrupy, brown sugar scents abound, along with traces of plums and dark cherries. No detectable yeast or hop presence.
T: Thick, molasses-style sweetness upfront with synergizing flavors of plum and rum. The alcohol presents itself midway through and strengthens until the finish. Lingering sweetness in the aftertaste that does not come across as cloying.
M: Thick body, little carbonation, smooth through and through.
D: The density of the elements and the high alcohol content make this an excellent sipping beer for the winter months. A simple creation, when one considers its core tastes of brown sugar, rum, and plums. Yet its depth is its strength, each element heightened to an elegant extremity. Excellent for drinking while discussing seminal issues with good friends or pondering works of art alone in the semi-darkness.

Photo of Hautacam
3.25/5  rDev -23.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

Pours out brown-amber with a low head that quickly is gone.
Smells winey , with some clove and cherry.
Tastes a little too sweet for me..and I like sweet beers. A lot of chocolate- covered- cherry flavor , with some cough syrup phenol; and the alcohol punching through. Very winey, with all kinds of spice. Sweet sherry finish.
Very low carbonation...almost syrupy mouthfeel...not crazy about the lingering sweet at the end.
This is actually very similiar to Kasteel Red in taste, mouthfeel and alcohol concentration.
Boy, just one is kicking my ass...pretty high ABV.
I really like Aventinus , but not sure I like it as concentrated as this.
I guess I'll stick to the Weizenbock...and leave the eis zum die kuhle leute( sorrry, high school Deutsch many years ago).

Photo of akorsak
3.9/5  rDev -8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

I had this ale tonight, served om a bottle and Celebrator glass at the Old Stein Inn in Edgewater, MD.

Appearance: Deep auburn-orange color, this ale had a great deal of sediment when poured into the glass. The bottle poured with an acceptable amount of head.

Smell: Malts come up from the glass, establishing themselves as the predominant flavor and smell of the ale. The malts are not so strong though that they reek of sweetness.

Taste: Malts hit the taste buds immediately. They are slightly sweet, providing a nice counterbalance to the high abv. The sweetness of the malts gives way to a pleasant, even wheat taste after a few seconds.

Mouthfeel: The ale sits nicely in the mouth. The wheat character provides a bit of tanginess that mixes well with the sweetness of the malt.

Drinkability: The drinkability is limited by the 12% abv, but the ale is nicely balanced and the wheat adds a distinct taste.

Photo of CDBeerDisappear
4/5  rDev -5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

a - Dark brown, modest head that diminished rather due, no doubt, to the alcohol content.

s - Dark dried fruit aroma, chocolatey aroma of well toasted barley. I could smell this all day if the glass didn't keep finding it's way to my mouth.

t - Taste of alcohol is very prominent. The fruit and barley aromas become more prominent as the beer warms.

m - Carbonic, alcoholic with a pleasant viscosity. To me, a great balance

d - I could drink it til I drop. At 12% abv that might not take long. I intended for it to last longer than it did. Great beer for those "special" occasions --- like Wednesdays or Thursdays. Personally, I'm saving it for days ending in "y"

Photo of Chadbrew
4.08/5  rDev -3.8%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Appearance - Somewhat cloudy, brown beer with a light head that dissapates rather quickly and leaves minimal lacing. I sort of expected this based on style.
Aroma - Sweet and caramel. Bready and yeasty with hints of fruit and toffee.
Taste - Sweet and sugary initially then some light peppery notes and a bit of a syrupy finish. The alcohol comes a moment later as a hot burn in the nose.
Mouthfeel - Medium to thick. Somewhat like flat Coca Cola.
Drinkability - It's very tasty and I enjoy drinking it but I know one bottle an evening would pretty much be the max for me.

Photo of EeRocKK
4.55/5  rDev +7.3%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

What I describe as making icewine out of the Aventinus dopplebock. I picked up a 24 of this at the Premier Gourmet in Buffalo, (Kenmore) NY. Served at 8C, in the Schneider Eisbock glass.

The bottle looked like most other beer bottles. A silver cap held in this monster rather than the purple and white Aventinus cap from the doppelbock, which is more common where I live.

When poured, it filled the glass with an opaque, burgundy/mahogany hued liquid. There was a short head, but it collapsed leaving floating islands of foam.

There is a strong aroma to this beer. Almost like sugary molasses, bleu cheese, and rubbing alcohol. Not discouraging though! This is from someone who doesn't particularly like bleu cheese.

One hearty sip and smash! I said above that I consider this beer to be the 'icewine' equivalent to the Aventinus Weizenstarkbier doppelbock. If you've never had either the doppelbock or the eisbock, then I recommend starting with the doppelbock, then moving on to this gem. The taste is absolutely fantastic. Since I love Aventinus, the Eisbock is a treat of concentrated Aventinus.

I don't know how many of these I could drink. It would certainly be the highlight at a beer tasting event, but as for a session beer, I'm not optimistic. Good thing I got a case of these. At the rate I'm drinking these, I'll have some into the year 2007. I hear this ages incredibly as well. Bonus!

Overall, the Eisbock is an experience for anyone wanting to try a very complex and enging beer. The beer is smooth to drink, almost syrupy, but the 12% will soon catch up to the palate. I strongly recommend trying the Aventinus Doppelbock first, then trying this sweet baby. That will give you a sense of the order of the process of making this beer as well. If you don't like the Aventinus, try the Eisbock anyway. If you don't like it, sorry I suggested it.

Photo of MaltyGoodness
3.95/5  rDev -6.8%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

12oz. bottle provided by AKSmokedPorter via BS-BIF

Pours a hazy deep chestnut brown with a very small head that instantly recedes. No lacing on the glass.

Very complex aroma. Lots of sweet, dark fruity aromas with a hint of chocolate. There is also a slight breadiness present and some alcohol aroma as well. The alcohol becomes more present as it warms.

A sweet malty fruitiness upfront followed by a slight chocolate taste. This is washed away by a swift alcohol bite and finishes slightly sweet and fruity. Don't let it warm up too much or the alcohol really takes over.

Big full body, it lets it all hang out.

Quite drinkable considering the big ABV. Just pace yourself or you'll wake up on the floor.

Photo of mikeys01
4.43/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Served from a bottle, slightly cooler than room temp. The eisbock appears in my glass a clear brown liquid, with highlights of garnet. Carbonation rises slowly though the obviously full body. Arespectable thick beige head appears at first pour and quickly fades to a thin rim of lacing about the edges of my snifter.

Aroma is very sweet, with a bit of cooca and reolant with mature fruit, a tiny bit of banana in there too. Taste very full and complex, with plums and raisins mingling with caramely sweetness and a spicy hint of alcohol. Body is nicely full and the eisbock drinks dangerously smooth. Finish is sticky sweet with with a lingering touch of tartness. Very fulfilling beer, worthy of aging if you can hold on to it that long.

Photo of NEhophead
4.4/5  rDev +3.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Foamy, lightly tan head that fizzles to a semi-intact sheet after a moment. Very faint drops of lacing that quickly vanishes. A deep burgundy in color with chunks of floating sediment.

Semi-sweet, light chocolate aroma. Tart fruity esters: grape, sour cherry, green apple. Notes of meaty raisin and plum. Tangy molasses adding a touch of spice. Complex whaffs of inviting alcohol. Very intense aromatics!

Bourbon flavored raisin, plum, and date. Additional fruity-esters: orange, apple, cherry. The sour fruit quality that was foreshadowed in the nose is almost absent in the taste. An underlying toffee and milk chocolate malt character. The alcohol presence swarms in and out of each flavor component adding a sharp and warming trait. Chocolate, plum/grape, and bourbon fill the aftertaste. (The alcohol intensity seems to mellow out as this brew warms up).

Medium bodied; vaporous, yet surprisingly smooth and almost creamy on the palate.

The alcohol presence is very strong and aggressive which takes away from the drinkability. However, the complexities of flavor make this lager one to seek out.

Photo of AltBock
3.8/5  rDev -10.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

11.2oz. bottle with information about the beer and history, bottle number, and bottle vintage date all on the back. Mine was bottle No. 18269 vintage 2002. This makes it a 4yr. old beer.

Appearance: Poured a dark brown color with just a little skim of foam at the top and very few rings around my Snifter. In the beer and left at the bottom of the bottle there seems to be plenty of sediment in this beer. I wonder if the beer being at 4yrs. old is the reason why there was so much sediment in the beer.

Smell: Up front there was a rich aroma of dark fruits and with a moderate smell of chocolate and malt in the background.

Taste: Malty!!! Bascially it was just sweet malts and dark fruits with a strong alcohol presence in the background. I really didn't notice any wheat (weizen) in this like it said on the label, but I sure did taste the full bodiedness of the Eisbock though.

Mouthfeel: Full-Bodied with a strong alchool aftertaste. The mouthfeel reminds me of a quote from Simpsons Character Ralph Wiggum, "It tastes like burning!"

Drinkability: This made for a nice flavorful Eisbock in the beginning, but i think the strong alcohol presence aftertaste at the end kind of ruined it. But what do I expect from a beer with an alcohol content of 12%?

Photo of Troyone
4.75/5  rDev +12%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a burgundy color with a brown hue, minimal head, there is carb action pushing particles to the top (probably yeast).

Has a toffee/licorice malt aroma.

Mod/heavy sweet/acidic/bitter and licorice/molasses malt taste with a crisp orange/grapefruit hops flavor.

Full bodied, syrupy texture, soft almost flat carbonation, and a smooth astringent finish.

Very drinkable for the style, well balanced, and has unique licorice/molasses twist to the smooth aftertaste.

Photo of plaztikjezuz
3.65/5  rDev -13.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

I love the regular aventinus, the eisbock version is very good; it suryp-like, medicinal, and slightly burnt (at least this sample). I aroma is rich with concentrated malt and alchol, with hints of chocolate. the flavor is thick and full of carmelized malt with a burnt chocolate flavor that warms as it goes down.

Photo of arguemaniac
4.5/5  rDev +6.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Pours very dark and noticeably cloudy brown. The head doesn’t last long at all, but then again that’s to be expected with this style. Very malty aroma, mostly dark fruits accompanied by pungent alcohol. There is also some clove and banana too. The flavor is intensely malty, one of the maltiest I’ve ever encountered. Dark fruits (raisins, prunes, etc), some dark rum notes, chocolate, toffee, but interestingly there are also wheat beer flavors as well; that yeasty combination of banana and clove spice. An alcohol bite persists throughout and a nice roastiness makes an appearances towards the finish. Syrupy mouthfeel with moderate carbonation.

Now, I should mention that this one has been in my cellar for about a year and a half, so it’s a bit mellowed. In fact, I’ve had fresher examples of this brew on several occasions and I can tell it’s quite a bit richer than my review might indicate. The nice thing about this one (and regular Aventinus as well) is that it combines wheat beer and eisbock/dopple-bock flavors, which is a combination ya don’t find to often. Anyway, highly recommended.

Photo of becktone
4.97/5  rDev +17.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

This beer looks very appetizing both in and out of the bottle. It pours to be cloudy/opaque in terms of clarity (As it warms up it starts to clear). Its color is very much like that of the Cherry desk that it is sitting on. The Head on this beer was a nice size to begin with but quickly became lacing, which still looks appetizing. When agitated the head/lacing becomes a bit thicker but then quickly returns to how it previously was. A bigger creamier head would've been nice and would have made this appear a bit more appetizing.

The aroma of this beer is quality. It is very strong and can be described as malty and dark and fruity. Its smell reminds me of a Belgian Strong Dark Ale. I can detect hints of vanilla in the aroma. However what sets it apart from the smell of a Belgian Strong Dark Ale is the fact that to me its main aromatic quality is that it smells exactly like a mulled Victorian Holdiay Wine that I recently drank on Thanksgiving. I also notice a wheat/grainy smell in this beer. A very complex aroma to this beer, the mulled wine was the first scent I noticed but as I keep smelling it I detect more and more sweet aromas.

Wow! This stuff is great! The flavor is complex and is breathtaking. Alcohol is very evident in the taste. This has a similar but slightly different taste than wine. I believe that the easily detectable alcohol presence gives me this impression. It finishes much in the same way as wine. I don't really taste any bitterness, most of the flavor is from the malt and alcohol presence. I can taste a bit of the vanilla that I smelled and I also notice that it tastes somewhat like a Belgian Strong Dark Ale. The evident alcohol presence and lack of bitterness make it taste different than the strong dark ale but I can taste similarities.

The mouthfeel of this beer is just as good as the rest of it. It is highly carbonated which perfectly complements the taste of the beer in my opinion.This beer is full bodied and, I believe leaves nothing to be desired in the way of mouthfeel. I would drink this all day if I could without getting alcohol poisoning but then I would become spoiled. I will definitely buy this one again, provided I can find it.

Photo of SaCkErZ9
4.08/5  rDev -3.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from an 11.2 oz bottle into a La Chouffe 25cl snifter. A nice size head is formed but leaves immediately. No lacing is left behind. No carbonation activity under the dark, Cinderella Ruby Slipper colored beverage. When held up to the light, little yeasties are swimming around, having a grand time.

Right off, smell is bubble gum and clove. Also a medicinal smell is present which I assume is the alcohol. Hints of banana and pear as well. Also smells like a red wine, possibly shiraz. Very sweet smelling. I likes.

Taste is pretty damn complex. In comlex tasting beers, I have a hard time discerning flavors. But I will give it a shot. Lots of bubble gum flavor in this one. Alcohol taste is actually very subdued given its 12 percent abv. Banana is also a big flavor note here. As the beer warms, a more medicinal taste comes out and the alcohol becomes apparent.

Slick mouthfeel and surprisingly easy drinkability with the high abv. My first eisbock. I will definitely try more.

Photo of badbeer
4.33/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle number 040372. Beer poured out a burnt caramel color. Smells of yeast and banana, wonderful! Taste is caramelly with a strong presence of banana and various fruits. Mouthfeel is very syrupy and has an alcohol burn in the end, though not enough to take away from the beer. Drinkability is good, though I wouldn't want to have a lot. One is probably enough in a night.

Photo of sinistrsam
3.95/5  rDev -6.8%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

I have to admit right off the bat, this is my first Eisbock. I tried to keep that in mind while rating this beer.
It poured a medium brown color with virtually no head. Lots of carbonation and very little sediment. What head it did have faded quickly leaving only minimal lacing on the glass. The color was similar to that of many other darker beers I’ve had, but there was something less attractive about this one. I can’t seem to put my finger on it, it was just brownish, not a golden hue to be found.
The smell was strong and exciting; mostly apple and wheat, but loads of alcohol and sour fruits. Possibly some clove and citrus.
The taste was overwhelming at first; I knew to expect alcohol but that’s by far the first thing you notice. And lots of it. Bitter and sours fruits, an almost cider-like apple quality, plenty of wheat. It starts out very bittersweet and acidic, but ends with a less intense, softer almost sweet flavor.
This was enjoyable but I’ll need much more experience with Eisbocks to make a good judgment. Also this is a 12% beer, so not the kind of beer you want to down a 6er of. Give it a try anyhow, see what you think.

Photo of neonbrown82
4.4/5  rDev +3.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

This is probably my favorite representation of an eisbock. Pours to a clear-ish caramel amber color. Simply a beautiful hue, remniscient of one of those polychromatic paint jobs that seem to shift colors in different lighting angles. The beer pours with a very thin, highly effervescent head that crackles like champagne bubbles. However, lack of carbonation severely hinders the staying power of the head, but frankly I was quite surprised to see what little I did based on the style and its characteristicly high ABV. Subsequently there is little to no lacing, though it does leave a little clear syrupy coating that slowly finds its way back to the rest of the liquid.

The smell is great. The wheat and yeast have imparted a great banana and clove aroma in the forefront, along with the strong fruity aromas traditionally associated with the style. Almost has a bit of a grapey red wine aroma, but combined with the malt and banana/clove it is distinctly beer.

The taste has a thick syrupy caramel flavor with the banana and clove on the forefront. Undertones of maple syrup and earthy berry flavors. Not too cloyingly sweet like some eisbocks tend to be. The alcohol is actually very well hidden as well.

The mouthfeel is thick and syrupy, obviously. Lots of residuals stick to the palate. Finishes a bit dry. As far as eisbocks go, this is pretty much as drinkable as it can get.

Photo of AlexJ
3.6/5  rDev -15.1%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

I was expecting an Aventinus on steroids, but got something else. It pours a deep rich brown with ruby highlights. A beige head fizzles up and dissapears in a matter of seconds. Zero lace and only the faintest ring left in my glass. The head fizzles so loudly you can hear it from several feet away, like a shaken can of soda. I even use the appropriate Aventinus bulb-topped glass, which usually promotes a health and staying head.

Aroma is sweet and malty, with lots of caramel and scorched brown sugar. Though it shows none of the sweet spice and fresh banana bread nuances that regular Aventinus has. Alcohol is prominant.

Flavor is a bit better, though still rather one-dimensional. Chewy malt with very little wheat character. A faint whisper of the raisin and spice that makes me love the regular version. Alcohol is hot and almost biting too, limiting drinkability.

Body is medium, definately not dense enough for the carry the flavor well. Vigorous carbonation keeps the belches coming. Worth trying, but I'll take the regular version any day.

Schneider Aventinus Weizen-Eisbock from Weisses Bräuhaus G. Schneider & Sohn GmbH
94 out of 100 based on 2,146 ratings.