Friday, November 15th
Four Munich Dunkels Lagers and a Dunkelweizen
This will be a first time for two of these beers. One is from Ayinger,
their Altbairisch Dunkel which is rated #3 and is a consitant gold medal winner. The
other is a Barock Dunkel from the Weltenburger Abbey which is rated #6.
This beer won World Beer Cup awards in 2004, 2008 and 2012.
This Abbey has been brewing since the year 1050 and claims to be the oldest.
We know of at least three other very good dunkels, which would fit here, however they
are currenly out of stock.
So our fifth dunkel is a Dunkelweizen which is also medal winner and
comes from a brewery that also claims to be the oldest i.e. 1040.
Anywhy this a chance to sample three of the top rated dunkels along with some of Germany's
top selling dunkels.
What's on Tap
As of November 10, beers on tap include:
Hofbraü Original a Munich Light Lager.
Weihenstephan Hefewissebier Dunkel a dark wheat..
Michalob Amber Bock A German style bock.
Busch Light an American adjunct light lager.
So what's in the cooler - A very very few Oktoberfest beers from the September tasting.
So once they're gone, that will be it til next year. .
The only wheat beer left from the August tasting is Paulaner Hefeweizen which is our regular wheat beer.
Stiegl's Lemon Radler is gone, but then there's Bohemia, a German Pilsner which is brewed across the border
that has become a regular stock item.
German Wines in the cooler include two Rieslings, a Gewürtztraminer and Dornfelder which is a sweet red.
Because Life's too Short to drink Cheap Beer
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