Filed under: Heller Bock (lager, shaker, stein), Jim Dundee | Tags: amber, apple, beautiful, bright, cereal, clear, Cloying, doughy, dry, dusty, earthy, faint, floral, fluffy, golden, herbal, light vanilla, minimal, nice, nutty, oat, raisin, white
Jim Dundee’s Pale Bock
Volume: 12 fl oz
Purchased at: Joe Canal’s as part of a sampler.
Price per fl oz: $10 / 144 fl oz = $0.07 per fl oz
Consumed on/at: home on March 18th, 2008
sensory first impression: Nice head. Fluffy to start. Beautiful solid golden hue. Very clear. Nice aroma, though faint. Taste is very nice – surprisingly deep and slightly cloying. Very nice.
Malt flavor is: white light bread, oat cereal, nutty, but not roasty
Hop flavor is: floral, and herbaceous
Yeast flavor is: doughy, earthy, dusty and dry
Other flavors include: apple, raisin, light vanilla
Color is: bright, golden, amber
Liquid is: clear and calm
Head and lace are: minimal, white
Maltiness or Sweetness level is: medium
Hoppiness or Bitterness level is: very light
Sour level is: very very light
Body or Mouthfeel is: medium
Texture is: sticky, and tissue papery
Carbonation is: soft
Finish is: medium, pleasant but not challenging.
Overall experience: A very nice beer. A good substitute for a greta beer. A very enjoyable aftertaste and cloy. A wonderful aroma and vision. Not bad, and very enjoyable.
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