Clearish dulled golden rusty color and from a vigorous pour gets a fast growing crown about a finger high of cream colored bubbly thick froth but wanes away quickly leaving a light collar and minimal spotty lacing. Aroma has a solid softly warming bread tone, dullish sweet and fruity and even a bit toasted. Nice malt filled taste, slightly chewy and cloying yet firm and tender. Soft as all hell toffee and dulled fruityness with a lighter toasty breadish quality always present. Pleasantly mild hop spice. Feel is smooth and slightly chewy, thick and giving malts, coats well as it goes down leaving toffee and bread notes with hinderences of spice coming across late. One damn nice Maibock. I really like its over all feel and quaffability. Most Maibocks are pretty darn drinkable but this surpasses most in that catagory. Quite the drinker!
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