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T- Bready, banana, caramel, toffee, and mineral notes. M- Very easy drinking, light bodied, soft carbonation, and semi-dry finish. O- A very nice and easy drinking dark wheat ale, which is a style I enjoy but don't see too often.

The smell is of fruits with a hints of nuts. Nice really malty taste that is just a touch sweet which I like in a nice dark wheat beer. Has a really smooth finish with a bit heavy mouth.

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For a dunkelweizen this is one of the better ones. Goes great on a hot summer afternoon with salsa and chips. The brew itself pours a lovely partially yeast hazed coppery brown color. The head is slightly caramel in color and starts off about a finger in thickness, eventually settling down to a thin foamy layer.

There appears to be modest carbonation lumbering to the top of my glass, and the lacing is quite impressive, leaving behind thick shapely pieces of soapy foam all around the inside of my glass. Very nice looking beer overall! S- This brew has a rich, mellow, and malty aroma overall.

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The richness has a yeasty quality, something like what fresh raw dough would smell like. I also smell an earthy hopped finish that gives this a well rounded aroma profile. The finish comes across more crispy bitter on the palate than the aroma let on. Overall nothing really stands out M- This is a very nice creamy ale! The carbonation is really plentiful yet the bubbles are very small individually Overall this reminds me of enjoying the type of dessert that I really enjoy O- This is a very highly drinkable ale in my humble opinion! I would have no problem enjoying this beer over the course of an evening and appreciate the well balanced nature of the brew!

The alcohol is very well hidden, it's very flavorful and rich, yet it's also a very smooth and light on the palate. Now I can understand how this was brewed in Bavaria and won awards so many awards! I highly recommend this! The label features a fire-breathing dragon. I'm not sure of the symbolism, if any.

Appearance: A not-very-aggressive pour produces a one inch pale brown creamy, billowy, sticky head, which is unusual for this brewery. The color is a pale reddish-brown with thin haze. Smell: Malt, yeast, perhaps some dark fruit- raisins or prunes.

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The hop aroma is very subdued. Taste: Sweet malt, with subdued earthy hops. Perhaps some rye bread, molasses- like the stuff they put on horse feed.

Loved eating that stuff when I was a kid. Otherwise very smooth with some crispness. Mouthfeel: Very creamy, primarily due to the creamy, billowy head, which sticks around. Overall: This beer is very unlike most wheat beers- which is okay by me, since the bananas and cloves can get to be tiresome. Another easy-drinking beer from Bayern.

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Pours a dark red amber with a thin off-white head that dissipates to a thin film and ring around the glass. Light aroma of toasted and caramel malt, dark fruit, wheat. Flavor follows with toasted and sweet malt, cloves, wheat and a hint of grassy hops. Light to medium bodied. Subdued, but very pleasant malt and wheat flavors, well integrated. As another reviewer noted, a nice light weizen beer, but the "Dragon's Breath" seems to indicate something a little more dangerous.

A pleasant, low-key dunkelweizen. Look here. This is not your typical clove-and-banana German Wheat beer profile. Reviewed live. A- one finger tan head. Decent retention. Partial lacing. Auburn body. Looks nice. S- wheat, yeast, cloves. Not great, but still appealing. T- heavy flavors, dark yeasts, tasty.

Maybe a smidge of dark fruits? M- syrupy, leaves a thick feel on the aftertaste. O- tasty, but don't go out of your way to get it. Subtle and fairly forgettable. The retention on the head is okay. The color of the beer is a medium brown color with a light tan hue. The clarity of the beer is opaque but there are some particles floating with in the vessel. Overall the appearance of the beer is above average.