Warsteiner Premium Dunkel

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Type: Dunkel
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  • 04.80% 
  • 1299/3686 
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Warsteiner Premium Dunkel, is an exceptionally smooth and highly drinkable German dark lager.
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  • Jun 17, 2012
    Speciarii (18)Rank: Beer Novice
    3
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    Appearance: Pours a chocolate amber with a thin head that doesn't provide any appreciable lacing.
    Aroma: Faint smell of wet hay, malt and dried fruit.
    Taste: Mild taste with notes of toasted malt and mild citrus hops notes.
    Texture: Crisp and dry with decent carbonation.
    Drinkabilty: Too mild with little character. I would like to see more coffee and hops.
    Presentation: Poured from a 12oz bottle in to a Pilsener glass.
  • Nov 24, 2010
    Shrews629 (42)Rank: Beer AmateurGroup: craft beer enthusiasts
    3.4
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    Clear, deep "tea" color with some light orange highlights. Slightly off white head that was not very remarkable. Not much retention either. Fair amount of roasted malt in the fragrance. A scent of toasted grain and roasted coffee bean. I can't really detect much else. There is something else, but not sure what it is. Maybe it's a faint butter? Not unpleasant and balanced well. Flavor was of the toasted grain. The coffee taste was present, but not out front. Getting an almost walnut like character in the taste. Medium mouthfeel. Left a little to be desired as far as the coating of the throat and tongue. Did a fair job though. It was a bit dry and it went down comfortably. Smooth. This brew is not bad. I didn't find anything real complicated about it. Nice session brew. Would pair well with a cool evening. If this beer were available at a social event, I would drink it without fuss.