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Review by Oxymoron on 12/25/09  
 
Score Appearance Smell Taste Mouthfeel Overall Impression Year
70 2 9 15 3 6 0
Is there a spring in Fort Collins? Pours a rich dark brown color with red hues in the corner and when held to the light. Much darker then spring bocks that I’m familiar with. The beer is filtered with limited head and not much to lacing.

The aroma is bigger then most beers or even Maibocks that I’m familiar with. The smell is rich in malt. Noticeable characteristics in German malt, especially in Munich. A stronger caramel chocolate tinge with hazelnut is perceived.

The taste has a breadiness quality to it. Very noticeable at the top with a brown sugar taste. Almost like a cake flavor to it. A strong malt characteristic with ample Munich, but not as sweet. There also is a good flavoring from spice, more of the darker flavors, and a conspicuous fig characteristic. The malt itself is deep and rich. In the background there is a light citrus, like a pineapple, which becomes more noticeable as it warms. There is a chalky aftertaste as well.

The body is rich and medium to full body. The carbonation is light but and works for the stronger amount of malt. Overall this is a dark Miabock with a stronger malt characteristic but a good unique flavor.

Served In: Bottle

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