Weihenstephaner Korbinian Dopplebock

Weihenstephaner Korbinian Dopplebock

This Dopplebock is brewed by the “Worlds Oldest Brewery” Weihenstephaner which is located in Freising Germany. It is available in the winter and it has a nice hefty 7.4% ABV.

Pouring out this Dopplebock I found it to have a nice dark brown color with brown head that laced on the glass. The aroma is very malty and it carries some pleasant chocolate, brown sugar and caramel tones. Tasting this beer was a real treat as it carries a nice smooth mouthfeel as the aroma really shines in the taste. It finishes clean with a bit of some spicey yeast, and dark fruit but the chocolate, and caramel malts seem to really take over this beer.

I would recommend this wonderful German beer and despite the high ABV I would consider having several in a sitting due to the nice mouthfeel and wonderful taste.

Cheers!

Posted on April 24, 2011 at 5:07 am by Robert · Permalink
In: Beer Reviews, Bock, Rating 80-89