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Top Ten Munchner Dunkel Lagers Brewed in the United States


This Top Ten List of Munchner Dunkel Lagers is  from the results of the U.S. Open Beer Championship, Great American Beer Festival, and the ratebeer.com.
 
1. Session Black Permium Dark Lager - Full Sail Brewing - Oregon
2. Move Back - SandLot - Colorado
3. Sir Dunkle Dark Lager - Berghoff Brewery - Wisconsin 
4. Capital Dark - Capital Brewery - Wisconsin
5. Winter Brew - Sprecher Brewing - Glendale, WI
6. Oktoberfest - Figueroa Mountain Brewing - California
7. New Belgium 1554 Enlightened Black Lager - New Belgium Brewing - Colorado
8. Port Brewing Hot Rocks Lager - Port Brewing/Lost Abbey - California
9. Penn Dark - Pennsylvania Brewing - Pennsylvania
10. Harpoon Dark - Harpoon Brewery - Massachusetts 
  

Sessions Black Premium Lager by Full Sail Brewing

   

Münchner Dunkel/Dark Larger
Subcategory: Münchner Dunkel
These light brown to dark brown beers have a pronounced malty aroma and flavor that dominates over the clean, crisp, moderate hop bitterness. This beer does not offer an overly sweet impression, but rather a mild balance between malt sweetness, hop bitterness and light to moderate mouthfeel. A classic Münchner Dunkel should have a chocolate-like, roast malt, bread-like or biscuit-like aroma that comes from the use of Munich dark malt. Chocolate or roast malts can be used, but the percentage used should be minimal. Noble-type hop flavor and aroma should be low but perceptible. Diacetyl, ale-like fruity esters and chill haze should not be perceived.
OG: 1.052-1.056
FG: 1.014-1.018
Alcohol by Weight: 3.8-4.2%
IBU: 16-25
Color SRM: 15-20

Subcategory: Dark Lager
This beer's malt aroma and flavor are low but notable. Its color ranges from a very deep copper to a deep, dark brown. Its body is light. Non-malt adjuncts are often used, and hop rates are low. Hop bitterness, flavor, and aroma are low. Carbonation is high. Fruity esters, diacetyl, and chill haze should not be perceived.
OG: 1.040-1.050
FG: 1.008-1.012
Alcohol by Weight: 3.2-4.4%





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