Low & Slow Doppelbock
Westbrook Brewing Co.
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About 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! Fortunately, you are not a monk, so you can fire up the grill, crack open a can of Low & Slow 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 8.2% ABV is liable to lead to an early bedtime if you down it on an empty stomach.
The crew at Wesbrook coaxed plenty of biscuit, honey, and date flavors out of their malts, and then balanced it with a whisper of Noble Hops, adding subtle floral notes and a bit of bitterness.
Boozy Smooth Bready Lager
sweet and malty
deliciously smooth with a little hint of something I can’t put my finger on.
delicious and dangerously drinkable
just really pleasant to drink. it is a very well balanced beer.
Incredibly well balanced, the malty sweetness parried by dry bread finish. Awesome
cool taste, definitely would try again.
malty, smooth, light
well made doppel
Very drinkable doppelbock.
It's too sweet; if it was fermented more it would be drinkable & I believe quite good. But as it is, for me, it's a yard slinger.
nice & malty
nice doppelbock. complex, sweet, a little smoke/roasted
Malty but not too sweet. Would drink again. Actually I have one more so I will 😃
Not the best Doppelbock, but a good beer.
To sweet for my palate.
alchohol vibes up front next to the dark roasted malts. nice solid bock, warms you up, very crushable.
wonderfully balanced malt sweetness mixing with a punch of Carmel throughout. well crafted
Malty and a bit sweet, good doppelbock but not as good as one from Germany
Nice and malty. Yum.
Lovely example of a doppelbock with plenty of malt and balanced floral sweetness, although I might have accidentally let it age too long. Enjoyable nonetheless.