Paulaner: Salvator (Germany: Dopplebock: 7.9% ABV)
Visual: Reddened brown. Large overripe banana bubbled head.
Nose: Cinnamon. Dried banana. Cloves. Wheat. Toffee.
Body: Fruitcake. Madeira. Glacier cherries and port soaked raisins. 503 more words
Granville Island Brewing has impressed me in the way that they’ve managed to find, in my mind, a great balance between working within the confines of larger commercial brewing and running a successful small batch brewing program locally. 1,210 more words
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This German styled dark lager is big in roasted malt flavour and has a touch of coffee and chocolate, known as ‘liquid bread’ by monks in the 18th century the doppelbock is a big bodied, big flavoured beer and this is Red Racer’s take…
Brewer: Tree Brewing, Kelowna, BC
Style: Brown Ale/Dopplebock
Description: Named in honor of the Okanagan word for “Brown Bear”, and inspired by the story of early settler August Gillard, this beer combines the brewery’s Dopplebock and Brown ale. 127 more words