Purchased at Bottle Revolution, Raleigh, NC for $1.69 for a 12oz Bottle.
A Dark Night in Munich is one of the three (3) winners of the Samuel Adams 2011 Longshot American Homebrew Contest. It is a traditional Bavarian Wheat Beer.
A Dark Night in Munich poured with a two-finger, foamy, off-white head and was copper in color.
The immediate and only smell I got was malts.
It had a sweet tartness taste, probably as the result of the deep roasted malts used to brew it. I did not pick up the light caramel notes as was indicated.
A Dark Night in Munich had a buttery mouthfeel to it.
To be honest, I was not impressed with this wheat beer. I really hope the other two are a lot better than this one.
Buy Again: No
Overall Rating: I give “A Dark Night in Munich” by the Boston Beer Company a 4 out of 10.
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Written by: Larry
Larry lives just east of Raleigh in Knightdale, NC. He rides a Harley, smokes good hand-rolled cigars and enjoys listening to Blues Music. He has a love and passion for Craft Beer, fine cigars and "Blues" Music! He is a regular at the WBF's in Raleigh, Durham and Columbia. The Raleigh/Durham area is a "Hot-Bed" for Breweries and Larry volunteers with Roth Brewing, Mystery Brewing, Haw River Farmhouse Ales and Roanoke Railhouse Brewery. When he's not enjoying several good craft beers or volunteering his time you can find him hanging out at any of his favorite "Bottle Shops" in the Raleigh area: Bottle Revolution, Tasty Beverage Company and The Beer Dispensary. Larry's reviews will now include what "Blues" Music (Artist & Song) he listens to during his "tastings" and will also include his "Evening Cigar" selection....just look for "Smokin' Blues & Brews" by Larry.