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Doppelbock

Aroma: Very strong maltiness. Darker versions will have significant melanoidins and often some toasty aromas. A light caramel flavor from a long boil is acceptable. Lighter versions will have a strong malt presence with some melanoidins and toasty notes. Virtually no hop aroma, although a light noble hop aroma is acceptable in pale versions. No diacetyl. A moderately low fruity aspect to the aroma often described as prune, plum or grape may be present (but is optional) in dark versions due to reactions between malt, the boil, and aging. A very slight chocolate-like aroma may be present in darker versions, but no roasted or burned aromatics should ever be present. Moderate alcohol aroma may be present.

Appearance: Deep gold to dark brown in color. Darker versions often have ruby highlights. Lagering should provide good clarity. Large, creamy, persistent head (color varies with base style: white for pale versions, off-white for dark varieties). Stronger versions might have impaired head retention, and can display noticeable legs.

Flavor: Very rich and malty. Darker versions will have significant melanoidins and often some toasty flavors. Lighter versions will a strong malt flavor with some melanoidins and toasty notes. A very slight chocolate flavor is optional in darker versions, but should never be perceived as roasty or burnt. Clean lager flavor with no diacetyl. Some fruitiness (prune, plum or grape) is optional in darker versions. Invariably there will be an impression of alcoholic strength, but this should be smooth and warming rather than harsh or burning. Presence of higher alcohols (fusels) should be very low to none. Little to no hop flavor (more is acceptable in pale versions). Hop bitterness varies from moderate to moderately low but always allows malt to dominate the flavor. Most versions are fairly sweet, but should have an impression of attenuation. The sweetness comes from low hopping, not from incomplete fermentation. Paler versions generally have a drier finish.

Mouthfeel: Medium-full to full body. Moderate to moderately-low carbonation. Very smooth without harshness or astringency.

Overall Impression: A very strong and rich lager. A bigger version of either a traditional bock or a helles bock.

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1.046 - 1.052 1.016 - 1.024+ 16 - 26+ 6 - 25 7 - 10+%




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Andechser Doppelbock Dunkel
Monk
Monk  
627 0 1 0

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Serving types:
Six-pack Bottles
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Available Year-round
Das weltberühmte Bockbier vom Heiligen Berg Bayerns will nicht heruntergestürzt, sondern verkostet werden. Fest wie ein Fels steht der Andechser Doppelbock Dunkel auf dem Brotzeittisch mit einer Farbe, die an dunkles Kupfer erinnert, verbunden mit feurig roten Anklängen. Sein glanzklares Aussehen verbindet sich harmonisch mit einem festen und feinporigen Schaum....
 
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Augustiner-Bräu Maximator
Monk
Monk  
885 0 1 0

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Serving types:
Bottled 500ML
Alcohol by Volume (ABV):
Availability:
Available Year-round
The pleasant, dark Doppelbock of monasterial origin, especially suited for festivities during the chilly season.
 
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Monk
Monk  
528 0 0 0

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Serving types:
  • 1/4BBL
  • 1/6BBL
  • Bottled 12oz
  • Six-pack Bottles
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Holiday
Our Doppelbock is a dark reddish lager with a rich, malty flavor and a slight hop finish. Munich, Caramel, and Chocolate malts give this beer its color and flavor. There is a subtle earthy character from the Hallertau hops to balance the maltiness. The alcohol is 7.4% abv and...
 
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Indian Wells Lobotomy Bock
Monk
Monk  
555 0 1 0

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Serving types:
  • Bottled 12oz
  • Six-pack Bottles
Alcohol by Volume (ABV):
Availability:
Available Year-round
This is a classic German Dopple Bock. Like all of our beers it is made in strict accordance to the German Reinheitsgebot Purity Law of Brewing, which is water, malt, hops and yeast only! Lobotomy Bock is made from five types of specialty malted barley including Munich, black patent and...
 
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Weihenstephaner Korbinian
TheCellarMonk
TheCellarMonk  
629 0 1 0

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Serving types:
  • On Tap
  • Bottled 330ML
Alcohol by Volume (ABV):
International Bitterness Units (IBU):
32 IBU's
Availability:
Available Year-round
Our Korbinian, the full-bodied, dark Doppelbock with light brown foam, wins beer-lovers over with a balance of fruity hints of plums and figs, a dark malt aroma - reminiscent of toffee, nuts and chocolate. Its roasted flavour goes well with smoked meat and fish as well as venison and poultry....
 
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Friar
Friar  
594 0 0 0

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Alcohol by Volume (ABV):
International Bitterness Units (IBU):
24 IBU's
Availability:
Winter
 
 
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