Chopping Wood - Doppelbock
A Note on This Beer
According to legend, German monks started brewing Doppelbock Lagers way back in the 16th century as a form of ‘liquid bread’ to tide them over during their long fasting periods.
Which means they never found out how good this stuff goes with a burger! What a shame!
Fortunately, you are not a monk, so you can fire up the grill, crack open a can of Chopping Wood - Doppelbock, and enjoy its bread crust and honey flavors alongside whatever you want.
In fact, we’ve got to recommend eating something with this brew — that big 8.4% ABV is liable to lead to an early bedtime if you drink it on an empty stomach.
So, grab some bratwurst and burgers — or order a pizza, if that’s more your speed. This amped-up Lager pairs beautifully with just about anything!
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Nice. Rich, heavy, and slightly sweet. Love
Cracked open a can each with a friend and we both immediately pulled out our phones to try to find more. Extremely drinkable with tons of dark, bready flavor, and yet still coming in at a generous 8.4%. As my first Bock/Doppelbock, I'm blown away at how good it is
Aroma of sweet, roasted malt along with notes of bread and caramel. Sweetness up front in taste to accompany caramel, fig, raisin, and toffee notes. Finishes a bit dry. Would taste great around a Fall campfire.
Not typically my thing, but in this case, this thing is done very well for this type of thing. Tasty, Malty and Powerful.
Sweet and toffee tasty. Very nice.
Would get this again. Love the subtleness yet richeness it carries
Very refreshing. Malty and rich with a nice hint of sweetness
Mmmm...delicious. Smooth, caramel-ish, malty. And drinks way lighter than 8%. I dig it.
Very Bready, which bodes well to the style. Its not my style but I can see how others would really enjoy it.
Bread nose. Caramel, light, easy drinking.
Very good. Dry for a dopplebock, not overly malty.
I learned to stay away from doppelbocks. Not a favorite
I think this is my husband’s favorite of all the beers he has tried.
Nice for style
Smooth. Nice clean, malty caramel notes. I wish it had just a little more malty character. Does not taste the strength. Very nice!
Excellent, caramel, bready, sweetness, chewy, and smooth.
Bread, malt, and caramel notes all mix well. Smooth and clean with a sweetness on the finish.
I actually liked this one