12 oz stubbie as per the usual Tyranena presentation. Many thanks go out to Kevin for the chance to try this beer.
Murky brown pour that lacks clarity but does produce a nice head and some significant, sticky lace.
Nose and tastes are very yeasty (as one would expect) and the German tasting malts come through really strong. The persistent yeast and malt tastes re the backbone of this beer and are the fundamental aspects that one would expect in the style.
Plenty of toffee and caramel notes as well make this a tasty, sweet and satisfying beer. Difficult to know where this beer would stack up in the general Dusseldorf scene, but for me it’s tasty and seems to represent many of the base characteristics of the style nicely.
Tasty and drinkable, good stuff.