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Dopplerock pours hazy deep chestnut brown. Retains head well. Bits of (I hope) yeast floating suspended in the glass. Little to no aroma coming from the glass. What little there is smells of roasted nuts. Immediate alcohol taste, this one is a bit stronger than others. Medium-full mouth feel. Not a lot to the initial flavor profile, but the finish is deep, roasted nuts. Tastes more of a nut brown than a bock. Certainly not the favorite bock or dopplebock I’ve ever had. Singlular notes in both the malt bill and hops. Real flavor profile doesn’t appear until the beer has disappeared.

Dopplebock is probably my favorite style, and unless this is an old bottle, this was a poor reconstruction. I give it a C-.

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