Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock
Rich, classic Bavarian specialty lager often consumed as a celebration beer.
The History of Celebrator Doppelbock
Originally brewed at a monastery in northern Italy, "double bock" was quickly introduced by Bavarian brewers to compete with bock. Doppelbock names end with the suffix "-ator."
A rich, dark elixir with cascading layers of malt complexity balanced by elegant hops. Notes of toffee, caramel, elegant dark-malt roastiness, and pure malt. Pinpoint conditioning and semi-dry finish.
Pastries and desserts, roast goose, cured ham, smoked duck, wild turkey, filet with Dijon sauce, chanterelles, Tournedos Rossini, Châteaubriand. Enjoy with a fine cigar after dinner. Serve in stemmed tumbler at 50 °F.
"Best beer from Germany", Ratebeer.com, (Feb. 2014)
Ratebeer.com: 100 points (Feb. 2014)
"1001 Beers You Must Taste Before You Die," selection, A. Tierney-Jones, 2010
Gold Medal - Stockholm Beer & Whisky Festival 2010
Platinum Medal & Top-Rated Doppelbock - World Beer Championships 1995, 96, 97, 2001, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 11
Best International Lager - Calgary Brewfest 2008
Five Stars ("Supreme"), - Beverage Experts, Jan. 2007
Gold Medal and "Top Strong Lager," - Helsinki Beer Fest 2004
Best of Show - California Beer Festival
"World classic." - Michael Jackson.
Product Sizes and Quantities
- 11.2-ounce (330 ml) bottles / 24 per case with plastic goat on neck (case of six 4-packs)
- 30-liter kegs.
ABV: 7.2% - OG: 1.074 - IBU: 24