Traditional German Doppelbock

As we continue our lager explorations, the next brew in our bottom-fermenting adventures is a traditional German strong lager called doppelbock. First brewed by Benedictine monks in Munich in the late 18th century, doppelbock was intended to celebrate Easter and was consumed by monks as “liquid bread” during Lent. We aged our strong lager for long months at low temperatures to get the most classic and balanced taste possible. Copper-to-amber, warming, with pleasant aromas of warm bread, soft caramel and nut nougat, with a light taste of dark dried fruits and chocolate, it is perfectly suited to celebrate Christmas holidays, and usual cold December evenings as well. Prost!

Beer Specs

Series Doppelbock
Release date 09.12.2022
ABV 6,8%
Traits Limited edition
Tare Draft
Flavor malty, chocolate


Malts Munich, Biscuit, Cara Clair, Cara Ruby


Serving temperature 8-12°
Serving glass Tulip

Flavor Profiles

Crisp / Clean
Hoppy / Bitter
Malty / Sweet
Dark / Roasty
Fruit / Spice
Sour / Funky

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