Head: white, creamy
Nose: slightly hoppy
Body: medium, low carbonation
Palate: hoppy from the start with some malt backbone
Finish: clean, bitter
Served: from a bottle at the brewery
Impression: Was happy to finally get a beer at this brewery as it was unexpectedly closed the first time I stopped due to the dreaded unannounced work vacation. They only had the Dunkle from a bottle despite being listed as a tap beer. Maybe it was a slow day but it was a very nice beer nonetheless and similar to the the Landbier Hell, which was on tap. Sitting outside in the sun, both were very quaffable and hoppy brews.