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Foam / Aroma

The eye is immediately drawn to the attractive, pale brown, dense head of foam while the nose detects a light, fruity aroma – a perfect first impression.

Flavor / Color

Our dark doppelbock wins over beer lovers with notes of plums and figs, balancing the dark malt aromas reminiscent of toffee, nuts and chocolate.

Remarks

The sweet notes are offset by roasted malt flavors making this beer an excellent accompaniment to smoked meats and fish. Korbinian doppelbock is also delicious with desserts or chocolate.

Korbinian

Korbinian Doppelbock has a strong character and even more flavor – named after Saint Korbinian to honor the founder of the Weihenstephan monastery.

  • Alcohol content:
    7.4 % by volume
  • Calories:
    340 kcal/0.5 l
  • Drinking temperature:
    6-8 °C
  • Original gravity:
    18.3 % by weight
  • Bitterness:
    16 IBU
  • Bottle size:
    0,5 l

Awards

Korbinian has been recognized as one of the best examples of doppelbock in Germany at the World Beer Awards. It has also won an award at the AIBA.

Weihenstephaner - Awards
Weihenstephaner - Awards

Food Pairing

Cookie Bar with Bacon and Doppelbock Korbinian

Ingredients:

170 g soft butter, 100 g brown sugar, 100 g sugar, 1 egg, 2 tsp vanilla extract, 260 g wheat flour, 1 tsp baking powder, 5 tbsp + 80 ml Weihenstephaner Korbinian, 7 slices of bacon, 160 g chocolate drops, 240 g fudge, 2 tbsp peanut butter, 40 g salted crisps, 20 g salted pretzels

Whisk the soft butter with the brown and white sugar until creamy, then add the egg and vanilla extract and mix well. Sieve the wheat flour together with the baking powder into a dish and stir in 5 tbsp of Korbinian. Pan...

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