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We rarely deal with wattage in everyday life. Maybe when it comes to buying a new lightbulb, making popcorn in the microwave, or roughly calculating how much extensive Christmas lighting will cost you this year. Dealing with Watt is much more important if you want to make a flying visit to the future. According to legend, it takes exactly 1.21 gigawatts to run time machines the size of a fairly sleek car. Such amounts of energy are quite difficult to find, especially at the moment, so we advise you: wait and see and drink beer!
The perfect beer for this occasion is 1.21 Gigawatt from Thuisbrunner Elch-Bräu. The dark Doppelbock distracts you with a heavenly symphony of roasted aromas, coffee and chocolate notes and strengthens you with a full 8.0% alcohol content for everything that could await you in the future or the past.
Despite the relatively high alcohol content and the full-bodied taste, the Doppelbock surprises with a slim, light-footed body. The velvety mahogany color with creamy foam and a fine caramel scent form the first impression. The taste test reveals everything we were hoping for: strong roasted malt, cocoa beans, toffee, caramelized nuts and a harmonious bitterness that elegantly balances the powerful sweetness.
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast