Schorschbršu Schorschbock 31%

Brewed by Kleinbrauerei Schorschbršu
Style: Eisbock

Gunzenhausen-Oberasbach, Mittelfranken/Bayern, Germany


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213.36/5.03.22/5.030.86%25.9Dimpled mug, Snifter, Stein
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 gnoff (3570), GŲteborg, Sweden
2.1 Aroma Appearance Flavor Palate Overall
Nov 2, 2009  
Ceremaic bottle with patent cork laces with wax. On October 30, 2009, thanks to Baresi!
Clear copper color, no head. Sweet, very dominant alcohol, butter scent. Sweet, alcohol, fruity taste. Burning toungue sensation, warming long feeling in the throat and gut. Thick mouthfeel. Medium bitterness. Some apple aftertaste. Rather ok for what it is. Expected worse.

 yngwie (4970), Kristiansand, Norway
3.6 Aroma Appearance Flavor Palate Overall
Oct 21, 2009  
Bottle, 28/250, kindly shared by yespr. Itís as flat as a pancake, no trace of head at all. Deep golden in color, almost copper. The nose has a strong alcohol aroma dominating at first, soon giving room for dried fruits and caramel. Alcohol driven as hell, lots of dried fruits and caramel, not vinous, more boozy but in a pleasant noble spirits way. Full-bodied, warming, oily and burning down the throath. Sugary and almost sticky. A wonderful and challenging beer. 2cl is enough at each serving. 090821

 Magicdave6 (5513), London, Greater London, England
3.5 Aroma Appearance Flavor Palate Overall
Oct 18, 2009  
Bottle thanks to mes had at mesís gaff. Alround rating: Massive, absolutly massive. V sweet, alcohol isnt hidden it not trying to its in your face like a spirit. I dont know how to rate this beer.

 faroeviking (6067), BjůrtjůūveldiūBjůrheimBjůrsins, Faroe Islands
3.7 Aroma Appearance Flavor Palate Overall
Sep 20, 2009  
First, huge thanks to yespr. Good to try indeed. Clear deep amber orange colour. Very sweet caramel, malty, dark fruity sirup aroma. Very sticky mouthfeel. Very sweet flavour of sirup, malt, alcohol, dark fruits and a bitter alco sweet lng lasting finish.

 fonefan (11525), VestJylland, Denmark
3.6 Aroma Appearance Flavor Palate Overall
Sep 12, 2009  
Bottle 33cl. Ceramic bottle w. swing top.
Alc. 31.0%. Clear medium to dark orange amber color with virtually none head. Aroma is moderate to heavy malty, caramel, dark furit, raisin - plum - prunes, smoke - rubber notes, moderate alcohol. Flavor is heavy sweet and bitter with a long long duration, and a very alcoholic burn finish. Body is medium to full, texture is syrupy, carbonation is flat, finish feel is heavy alcoholic. [20090821]

 plovmand (1692), Helsinge, Denmark
3.1 Aroma Appearance Flavor Palate Overall
Sep 7, 2009  
Bottle. Thanks alot Fonefan. Reddish brown body with no head. Very alcoholic and dark fruity aroma. Fruity, light smokey and heavily alcoholic warming flavour. Interesting.

 MiP (9088), SÝnderborg, Denmark
3.2 Aroma Appearance Flavor Palate Overall
Sep 5, 2009  
Ceramic bottle, 31%. Sweet aroma. Quite sweet flavour, has a little malt syrup. Syrupy mouthfeel. Has a little of alcohol, but not as much as expected. Probably balanced off a bit by the sugar. High bitterness, not too pleasant. Very late smoke note. More interesting than good.

 ChristianScheffel (4527), Odense, Denmark
2.8 Aroma Appearance Flavor Palate Overall
Sep 3, 2009  
Deep amber with no head. Intense alcohol in the aroma. with a touch of malt. Hot and spirit-like alcohol dominates the flavour, with syrupy malt sweetness. Too raw to be really drinkable, but I appreciate the experiment.


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