Description

A beer that has a dominant malty taste. This beer’s origins in a monk’s recipe are reflected in its heartiness. The Pope of Beers, Conrad Seidl, describes it as: “Almost black with a very slight red tone, a sensational, festive foam and truly extraordinary fragrance that at first summons up visions of greaves lard. The first taste is of mild fullness with an accompanying coffee tone, which becomes more dominant with the aftertaste. There is very little of the sweetness that is frequently to be tasted with doppelbock beer.” The Ayinger Celebrator has been ranked among the best beers of the world by the Chicago Testing Institute several times and has won numerous medals.

Quantitative
  • Alcohol By Volume (ABV)
    6.7
  • SRM Color Scale
    12 - 30
  • International Bitterness Units (IBUs)
    24
Appearance
  • Carbonation
    Slow to Medium Rising Bubbles
  • Clarity
    Clear
  • Color
    Copper to Dark Brown
Palate
  • Alcohol
    Mild to Noticeable
  • Palate Body
    Soft
  • Palate Carbonation
    Low to Medium
  • Palate Length/Finish
    Medium
  • Apparent Attenuation
    75 - 81
Food Pairings
  • Cheese
    Strong Cheeses
  • Entrée
    Pork or Ham
  • Dessert
    German Chocolate Cake, Cookie Bar with Bacon
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