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Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #16
A beer by: Saint Arnold Brewing Company
from Houston, TX, United States
Style: Kölsch
 
Score:
0
ABV:
10%
Availability:
Limited Edition

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IBU:
44
Last Updated:
3/15/2019 10:44:31 PM
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Beer Description:
Adambier

DR16 is a full bodied beer with layers of complexity. There is a deep, rich maltiness that is balanced by the artful use of smoked malt. While the smoke character is present, it is more subdued than you would find in a rauchbier. There is a subtle Noble hop aroma and a slight caramel character that becomes more prominent as the beer warms up. The Kölsch yeast adds a light fruitiness.

DR16 has a moderately-high bitterness that is balanced nicely by its residual malty sweetness, and there is no lack of alcohol warmth as you easily finish a pint. DR16 comes in right at 10% ABV. This beer is ready to enjoy now but will also cellar well cold for at least five years.

The Adambier style was popular in Dortmund, Germany until the mid-19th century, when Pilsners and Munich-style lagers began to take over. Eventually, the style became largely extinct until recently, as more and more breweries look to their brewing roots.

Date Brewed: December 9, 2015
Date Bottled: February 9, 2016
Original Gravity: 1.100
Final Gravity: 1.024
Alcohol: 10.0% ABV
Bitterness: 44 IBU
Malts: Munich, Rauchmalt, Honey Malt, Carafa, Melanoidin
Hops: Bravo, Hersbrucker
Yeast: Kölsch
 
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