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Friday, March 03, 2006 

Beer Review: Hofbrau Dunkel

The Hofbrau Original was great, but I love variety. I decided to try something else for my second liter (yes, 2 liters. Don't try this at home, I'm a professional). The Hofbrau Dunkel is a dark beer and a favorite of my pal over at Res Ipsa. It's a dark beer, so don't expect the golden color that you'll get in the Hofbrau Original. It's got a nice light brown color and a sort of coffee-like, nutty aroma. It smells like a tasty dark beer. It's amazingly drinkable. Many people think "dark beer", then think "thick as a glass of molasses". This is not the case with the Hofbrau Dunkel. It's got a noticeable but not overpowering maltiness. The hops are fairly mild but still detectable. I'd say that it is moderately thick. It's definitely not watery, but it's not going to sit in your stomach like a brick. There is a creaminess to the Dunkel that coats your mouth and leaves a lingering flavor. It's a little lighter than I expected but has hints of caramel too. The Hofbrau Dunkel was a tasty, drinkable beer that will be at the top of my list whenever I visit that OGBH.

If you like good German beer and aren't at college night at the Old German Beer Hall, you're a fool. I got two liters of excellent German beer for $10. The place was almost empty too. That is nothing short of a crime. Get down there, fill that bar up, and enjoy some excellent German brews.

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Good review. From my perspective, you nailed it exactly as I have experienced this brew. Another great location to sample (as in by the liter) this dunkel is at the Matchbox in Palm Springs, CA. It was my first time to try it, and the liter sized glases caught my attention. There's something nice about drinking a bucket of beer outside in January as the sun sets behind the mountains.

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