Ayinger Celebrator DoppelBock

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Schneider Weizen Hell Tap 1

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Product Name Ayinger Celebrator DoppelBock
ABV % 6.7
Size 33cl
Brewery Ayinger
Style Amber
Country Germany
£3.35
SKU
BMAYCE33
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About this product
<h2><strong style="font-size: 12px;">The History of Celebrator Doppelbock</strong><span style="font-size: 12px;">:&nbsp; Originally brewed at a monastery in northern Italy, "double bock" was quickly introduced by Bavarian brewers to compete with bock. Doppelbock names end with the suffix "-ator."</span></h2> <p><strong>Taste</strong> A rich, dark elixir with cascading layers of malt complexity balanced by elegant hops. Notes of toffee, caramel, elegant dark-malt roastiness, and pure malt. Pinpoint conditioning and semi-dry finish.</p> <p><strong>Serving Suggestion</strong> Pastries and desserts, roast goose, cured ham, smoked duck, wild turkey, filet with Dijon sauce, chanterelles, Tournedos Rossini, Ch&acirc;teaubriand. Enjoy with a fine cigar after dinner. Serve in stemmed tumbler at 50 &deg;F.</p>

Ayinger Celebrator DoppelBock

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  1. Verified Buyer

    Love It
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  2. Verified Buyer

    Good
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    First dopplebock, really enjoyed it. I probably prefer a dunkel. But good quality as usual with Ayinger. Nice to see big beer in a 330ml.
  3. Great example of the bock style
    Quality

    Dark, malty, roasty and fruity, this is a rich bock - as it should be!
  4. Love, love love!
    Quality

    I absolutely love the beers that come out of Ayinger. This one more so, because it has such a lovely malt, almost licorice element to it which hints at the delicious dark lagers you can get.