- Style: Doppelbock
- Availability: Fall Seasonal, 750 mL Bottles and Draught (limited)
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Doppelbock was first brewed in Munich around 1700 by the monks of Saint Francis of Paula, to sustain them through the Lenten fast. They called their full-bodied brew “Salvator.” Today it is customary to pay homage to the good brothers by giving doppelbocks names ending in “-ator.” Our version bids a fond aufwiedersehen to tradition, charting a flight path into bold new territory. Medium amber in color, it offers a heady, estery banana aroma. Rich maltiness predominates, with cedar aging lending just a hint of spice to the finish.
|Original Gravity (Plato)||20.5|
|Terminal Gravity (Plato)||3.51|
|CO2 - Bottles / Cans||2.6 vol. (5.1 g/L)|
|CO2 - Kegs||N/A|
Please note that our Smokestack Seasonal brands will vary in flavor and aroma from year to year. This is a full-bodied beer with a crisp malty sweet aroma. The flavor character features rich toasted and caramel malt flavors which lay over hints of cedar wood. The hop aroma and bitterness is low.
Malt: Pale Malt, Munich, Cara 120, Cara 50, Amber 50, Smoked Malt
Adjuncts: Dark Brown Sugar
Hops: Tradition, Saphir