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Doppel Bock 8.3%, Talerock Brewing, Finland
6 ratings
3.3
Doppel Bock
8.3% Doppelbock

Reviews

Post author: Thegirlandcraftbeer
Thegirlandcraftbeer
1 month ago
0.3

Post author: Eetu
Eetu
@ Talerock Brewing
1 month ago
Doppel Bock, Finland
3.9
Tosi juotava tuplapukki kyllä ja hyvän makuinenkin. Sen syvemmin avaamatta juotavuuskin pelittää hienosti.

Post author: Juho L
Juho L
2 months ago
4.5
Todella hyvä ja kevyt vaikka potkua onkin.

Post author: Kimmo
Kimmo
2 months ago
4.0

Post author: muikku3
muikku3
@ Talerock Brewing
2 months ago
Doppel Bock, Finland
3.9
Paikalliselta Talerockilta Doppel Bockia mikä sopii loistavasti jouluun ja joulun odotukseen.(Myös toki saunan jälkeen niin kuin nyt 😅) Tätä on varmaan tässä yhteensä tullut jo "jokunen litra" naatiskeltua panimolla pyörähtäessä ja nyt kotona😋🍺. Tämä Bocki on mukavan kepeähkö 8.3%. Ei silti yhtään liian laiha rungoltaan kuiteskaan,ehkäpä tyyliin nähden hyvinkin keskelle laittava.Juotavuus se on huipussaan tässä kyllä🤪. Todella pehmeätä ja runsaan maltaisaa makua tarjoaa.Hieman karamellista sekä mukavan leipäisää tatsia myös.Ehkäpä pientä humalankin läsnäoloa tästä voi havaita🤔.

Post author: WexiLahti
WexiLahti
@ Talerock Brewing
2 months ago
Doppel Bock, Finland
3.8
A quick visit to Talerock Brewing today. Thanks, muikku3, for the introduction! 🙏🏻 Nice chatting with the brewer himself. Got a couple of growlers for tasting: this Doppelbock and a Sahti that I will check out next weekend. Alright. Let's see how the beer looks like: the color is semihazy, dark amber with a crimson hue. Carbonation is moderate. A restrained creamy lace ring falls short of one finger and dies hastily to zero. The scent is astonishingly oppressed with very subtle caramel malt hovering in the air. I can't pick anything else. The taste profile is soft and gentle: I can spot caramel malt and raisin, a whisper of dried apricot, why not also a hint of date. Alcohol is really moderate, wellnigh camouflaged. Hop bitterness is more or less absent. Sweetness is controlled. The body is light. The ABV could merit a bigger body but, on the other hand, the lightness of the body in combination with the ABV of 8.3 % keeps alcohol surprisingly beautifully hidden. Makes this very easy to drink. The finish is fairly short-lived, with hop bitterness trying to crawl in at the expense of maltiness that, nevertheless, endures firmly. The mouthfeel is light, soft, gentle and smooth. It's quite simple but dangerously gulpable as well as slightly lip-glueing. This beer is not yet available, hence it may turn out a bit different when eventually brought for sale. The level of carbonation is, of course, a matter of one's liking: for me, this works very well as it is. This could even work nicely as a real ale. Good stuff, thanks for the sample!