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Weltenburger Kloster

Weltenburger Kloster
Barock Dunkel

Category: Dark Lager

Date Tasted:
Country: Germany
Alcohol: 4.7%
94 Points
Gold Medal
Exceptional
2017 Best Dark Lager

Weltenburger Kloster
Barock Dunkel

Category: Dark Lager

Date Tasted:
Country: Germany
Alcohol: 4.7%
Hazy bronze color. Artificial aromas and flavors of chocolate nuts and custard and fruitcake with a supple, bright, effervescent, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a tingling, interesting, long finish evoking notes of root beer float, mocha fudge, and grainy dark bread pudding finish. A robust and satisfying dark lager that is sure to please.

Tasting Info

Beer Glass Style: Malty & Smooth & Mild
Aroma Aroma: chocolate nuts and custard and fruitcake
Taste Flavor: Same as aromas with notes of root beer float, mocha fudge, and grainy dark bread pudding
Bitterness Bitterness: Low
Enjoy Enjoy: Now on its own and with food
Recipes Pairing: BBQ Brisket, Grilled Pork Chop With Rich Sauce, Muenster
Bottom Line Bottom Line: A robust and satisfying dark lager that is sure to please.

The Importer

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The Importer
1792 Wynkoop St, Unit 505
Denver, CO 80202
USA
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Their Portfolio

87 Andechs Vollbier Hell 4.8% (Germany)
89 Bernard Bohemian Lager 4.9% (Czech Republic)
86 Bernard Dunkel 5% (Czech Republic)
89 Dinkelacker CD-Pils Lager 4.9% (Germany)
89 Dinkelacker Oktoberfest 5.7% (Germany)
89 Flensburger Gold Lager 4.8% (Germany)
88 Früh Kölsch 4.8% (Germany)
93 Hofbraü Dunkel 5.5% (Germany)
88 Hofbraü Oktoberfest 6.3% (Germany)
90 Hofbraü Original Lager 5.1% (Germany)
90 Weltenburger Kloster Anno 1050 Märzen 5.5% (Germany)
94 Weltenburger Kloster Barock Dunkel 4.7% (Germany)

Dark Lager

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Dark lagers (also known as Dunkel or dunkel-style lagers) range in color from dark brown to black and range in alcohol from 4.5-5.5%. At their best, these beers combine the dryish chocolate or licorice notes associated with the use of dark roasted malts and the roundness and crispness of a lager. Munich dunkel style lagers are also included in this category. These beers tend to be fuller-bodied with a hint of bready sweetness to the palate, a characteristic of the typical Bavarian malts used. Noteworthy examples of this style include: Full Sail Session Black Premium Dark Lager, Hofbräu Dunkel and MOA Noir Dark.