Mönchshof Kellerbräu

Mönchshof Kellerbräu
Tonight’s beverage of choice is Mönchshof Kellerbräu. It is brewed by Kulmbacher in Germany. I picked this one up because it was unfiltered, and I enjoy unfilteredness.

Pourage resulted in a good amount of head. Despite the fact that many other reviews state that the color is amber, I liken it to caramel. Yeah, yeah…amber/caramel… probably pretty damn close in color. Maybe I’m feeling argumentative tonight. And of course, it is unfiltered, so it has the typical cloudiness to it. 5.4% ABV for those keeping score.

In terms of flavor, it starts off malty. Very quickly I get undertones of what I think is apple. A bit of a mystery, as it isn’t a distinct flavor. Finally, it finishes quite dry with a good bit of hoppyness. I was NOT a fan of the finish.

Now that I think about it, I wasn’t a big fan of the start, middle, or finish on the Mönchshof Kellerbräu. It wasn’t bad by any means, but I certainly wouldn’t pay $6 for another bottle.

Author: Joshua Dion

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