More information about Brauhaus Faust Doppelbock Dark
To all those who are really bock, we recommend Doppelbock.
Doppelbock is an exceedingly rich beer specialty that is traditionally brewed during the winter months. Between October and April, rain, sleet, snow, and wind rule the day, and you'll be craving something stout. The Doppelbock from Faust comes at just the right time: with a lot of malt power and even more complex flavor nuances, the strong beer comforts you through any weather and turns the cold season into a feast for the senses.
The Miltenberger Doppelbock presents itself in the color of chestnuts in the glass. Copper-red reflections shine when the light hits them, and a medium-porous foam crowns the amber splendor. Even more enticing than the appearance, however, is the aroma that hits your nose as soon as you open the bottle: strong sherry combines with aromas of dark caramel, creamy honey, dried apricots and roasted nuts. The nose reveals a bulky body with complex, layered aromatics. Toasted malt is the first thing to reach the taste buds. Notes of candied dark fruits, caramel and fruit bread contribute to the heavy sweetness. A pleasant bitterness provides a nice contrast, and the soft, almost creamy texture adds to the Doppelbock's luxuriousness. Roasted aromas and a subtle nuttiness add further layers to the flavor framework. The finish is softly sweet and pleasantly dry.