Weihenstephaner Korbinian

Weihenstephaner Korbinian

Brewing as early as the 8th century, and in continuous operation since the 11th century, Weihenstephaner has had a few years to get things right. Doppelbocks, such as Korbinian , were originally brewed to help monks sustain themselves during times of fasting, so of course you would expect these to be especially tasty, and nutritious!

Korbinian pours a deep mahogany with ruby edges. The aroma is caramel and a hint of raisin. The first sip, and you know this is special. Remarkably smooth, full, and creamy, the caramel, dark chocolate, and toffee flavors completely coat the mouth. The hops make a bit of an appearance, but this is, as it should be, a beer that is all about the malt. The 7.4% ABV warms just a bit as it goes down.

Love this beer. Full of delicious flavor, creamy mouthfeel, nicely balanced with the hops. Flawless.

Grade: A

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