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Not the same as stouts and porters, there are several killer German and Belgian beers to introduce yourself to the malty, chocolate and toasted bread realm without feeling like you ate a full meal. Check these out:
Ayinger Jahrhundert Dortmunder (Bavaria, Germany) -- $3.99 16.9 fl oz -- Barley Bevie- Grass, hay, honey and earth!
Corsendonk Pater Dubbel Ale (Belgium) -- $4.89 11.2 fl oz -- Dark chestnut brown. Malt, caramel, bread, cocoa and smoke
Kostritzer Schwarzbier (Germany) -- $3.89 16.9 fl oz -- "Black Lager". Nuttiness with subtle cocoa and caramel notes as well as toasted rye bread.
Van Steenberge Gulden Draak Ale (Belgium) -- $5.80 11.2 fl oz -- Dark Strong Ale. Malt, toast, spiced caramel, chocolate, coffee and orange zest.
Weltenburger Kloster Barock Dunkel (Germany) -- $3.69 16.9 fl oz -- Malted ruby goodness. Chewy sweetness with subtle rye toast, orchard plum and hoppi-ness bitters.
Der Hirsch Brau Doppel-Hirsch (Bavaria, Germany) -- $5.29 16.9 fl oz -- Double the Bock! Dark lager, and pours like a Stout. Dark chocolate, coffee, molassass and nut notes. Hedonistic.
Westmalle Dubbel Trappist Ale (Belgium) -- $6.89 11.2 fl oz -- Dark amber with a a balance between hops and malts. Chocolate, caramel, dried raisins and cherries with soft hints of spice and rose petals.
We have plenty of other domestic dark brews too, so stop in. Cheers! --Jaci