Weissenohe Monk’s Christkindl Review

Weissenohe Monk’s Christkindl, a German dunkel from Bavaria, fits right into our Christmas celebrations. Christkindl means “Christmas present” and is lovely one indeed.

Monk’s Christkindl pours copper-brown with a small cream-colored head of larger bubbles. It smells of sweet malts and a bit of bread yeast. It has a medium-body, with toasted malts, light caramel, and hops in the background. It finishes sweet. It comes in a 500ml bottle and at 5.1% ABV I suggest keeping a couple of bottles on hand.

Klosterbrauerei Weissenohe is a traditional brewery that continues to make their beer according to the Bavarian purity law of 1516. The brewery traces it’s lineage back to a 10th century Benedictine monastery and is one of the oldest breweries in Franconia (central, South Germany).

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    While it’s difficult to picture Santa as a young man, he was once. He met the future Mrs. Claus one snowy night when she offered him a winter ale that she brewed herself. It was love at first sight – for both the Mrs. and her winter ales. With Santa’s growing fame, his favorite brews became named after his favorite day – Christmas. Santa now travels the world each year to spread the joy that began in a stable in Bethlehem two millennia ago.

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