Berliner-Kindl: Bock Dunkel

[Bock, brewed in Germany]

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Beer Details:
Country of origin:Germany
Strength ABV:7.00% (based on most recent review or average of estimates)
Style:Bock (based on the most recent review)
Added:Wednesday 14 July 2010

User reviews of Berliner-Kindl Bock Dunkel

reviewed by guest, from world, on Friday 17 June 2011 at 0:59

Score: 81.50% based on taste=10, aroma=7, mouthfeel=8, drinkability=9, appearance=7.

This user said that this beer was of the style: Bock, and colour: very, very dark

This is the best beer I have ever had. I loved it.

reviewed by guest, from world, on Thursday 18 November 2010 at 8:40

Score: 82.50% based on taste=9, aroma=7, mouthfeel=9, drinkability=9, appearance=9.

This user said that this beer was of the style: Bock, and colour: chocolate

This is my favorite bock. I lived in Germany for 4 years 1985-1989, and still have dreams about this brew. I hope to try it again soon and see if it live s up to my memories. Smooth bock.... nice head... perfect ABV.

reviewed by admin1, from Tunisia, on Wednesday 14 July 2010 at 15:47

Score: 57.50% based on taste=6, aroma=7, mouthfeel=6, drinkability=5, appearance=7.

This user said that this beer was of the style: Bock, and colour: dark with a red tint

I detected a sour element in the flavour, but this strong dark beer has a overall heavy liquorice feel, finishing fruity liquorice with a somewhat sour chocolate. It dries the palate, and the palate seems to remain dry after it's gone down.

Typical of German-style bocks, this is full-bodied, but I was surprised at how dry it was. It has a thick, heavy mouthfeel very robust beer with delicate sourness, some bitter element to the hops, and dark liquorice. It really does coat the mouth with its richness.

Head retainment is average, with a bubbly ring around the glass and some spotty lacing. The aroma is very enticing, with chocolate malt. This isn't the best bock I've tried, but it was a pleasure to find such a robust, challenging dark ale.

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