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Bayern Doppelbock brewed by Bayern Brewing - Missoula, Montana


Bayern Doppelbock Brewed by Bayern Brewing - Missoula, Montana

"Doppel" means double and this beer is double in every way. Bayern Doppelbock became an instant legend when Bayern introduced it in Missoula in December of 1987. Unlike its top-fermenting counterparts, this hearty German dark lager does not have the rough bite of a porter or a stout. Bayern Doppelbock is dark, smooth and has plenty of hops (Saaz & Hallertauer Perle) and malt. It has a starting gravity of 18 degrees Plato. Bayern Doppelbock is available in bottles and on draft from November through February, just in time for the holidays and the coldest months. Please enjoy this festive beer in moderation and leave your car at home if you are planning to celebrate with Doppelbock. Draft Magazine rated Bayern Doppelbock 98 (out of 100): the highest rating for any beer in that category!
   

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Beer Review from Beer Advocate
Appearance: Dark, dark amber. Not quite black, still slightly translucent. Doesn't leave any sticky irregular foam. The foam is silky and thin and drifts down the glass.

Aroma: Nice and light. Just a hint of sweet roast, very mild and clean.

Taste: Starts off with a bit of tanginess which fades quickly to sweet red fruit flavor which is balanced out with a mild roast. Very nicely balanced; nothing stands out as too bold or overbearing.

Mouthfeel: Nice mouthfeel except for a lingering roast aftertaste. Possibly a bit thick for my taste, but easily can overlook that for the amount of alcohol it's that's in there.

Overall: Excellent winter warmer. Very nicely balanced. Great soft flavor, but still a deep rich mouth filling beer. You would never know this beer delivered 8% alcohol. e 12% after examining descriptions of this beer. A flavor of a heavy bread, with a slight bit of spice comes on at first followed by a tinge of alcohol that warms you right up.

Mouthfeel: It is a full beer that has a good thickness, which is slightly creamy it ends with a nice alcohol warmth.

Overall: Overall the beer is definitely worth the purchase. In value you can't get much better than this with the flavor and quality I definitely recommend this beer as being top notch.
   

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Bayern Brewing
Bayern Brewing began in Missoula, Montana, in 1987. We are proud to be the only German brewery in the Rocky Mountains. Owner and Brewmaster, Jürgen Knöller, is a German Diploma Master Brewer. He began brewing in 1978 at age 16. The education that he received in Germany was a rigorous and lengthy one. It took eight years to advance from apprentice to journeyman to Master brewer. He focuses on quality and is truly dedicated to his profession. Combine his education, experience and personal dedication and you have amazing beer.

Bayern Brewing is 100% locally owned and operated. We do not contract brew or bottle outside of our own brewery. From brewing to filtering to bottling, every part of the process in the production of our beer is done right here in Missoula, Montana. We produce according to German quality standards and our dedication to the art of brewing combined with technologically superior equipment and old-fashioned hard work produce a product second to none.
        

 





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Blonde Ale
English Summer Ale
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