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Kuhnhenn Brewing Company

Kuhnhenn Fourth D

2008 vintage. 12 oz bottle. Big thanks go out to finewinemike for the chance to try this as part of my Secret Santa 2010 box. Pour is a dark brown, muddy affair with a huge, well retained coffee colored, ice-cream styled foam that eventually falls away to give a light foam. Nose gives a fairly predictable sherry like note, but to be honest it comes with a little oxidative, mustiness that takes the edge of a little. The tastes do something similar. A sweet, very light Madeira note dominates,...

Kuhnhenn Raspberry Eisbock

Perhaps the beer that I have sought more than any other over the course of the last few years. Delighted to have a chance to get my hands on this one at last. 2007 vintage, 6.3 oz green bottle. Dark red waxed and capped. Rustic looking, parchment type label. Deliberately poured into a wine glass rather than a beer snifter. Toffee colored body with a minimal amount of bubbly head and lace. Beer sits still in the glass. Swirling produces some fantastic alcohol legs on the glass. The nose is...

Kuhnhenn DRIPA (Double Rice IPA)

Thanks to kp for sharing this one. Flat looking pour which lacks any hed to speak of and there is no retention or lace to speak of. Very light colored pour with a light, golden orange note. The nose is by FAR the most interesting element to this brew. As others noted at the tasting, there was a VERY distinct, rich and bright tangerine nose to this beer. Very pronounced almost to the point of me wodering if there was an orange essence added! After the nose we just get another American double...