Hazy pale amber colored beer with huge thick head, which has massive room filling aroma. First nose
has lots of sweet banana characteristic to Hefeweizen. Caramelly, roasty, nutty, plums in background.
Tons of different aromas and flavours here!
First taste is sweeter side, bringing out classical German style wheat beer banana flavours. Middle taste
is more related to bock – nutty, slightly roast, caramelly, malty. This full-bodied beer with creamy and soft
texture has really long lasting vanilla and clove flavours in aftertaste.
Weizenbock or wheat bock combines characteristics of a Hefeweizen and a Doppelbock. It’s rather rare
to find beer style in Estonia. Harassment by Bock is really interesting and very enjoyable beer which
suits well with venison, but aswell with chocolate desserts.
Rich chocoalte, cocoa, coffee, tiramisu, rum cake in aroma.
Silky, rich coffee, roasty, (bitter) chocolatey, cocoa in taste. Mild hoppy bitterness balanced with sweeter side chocolatey creamy aftertaste. Rum, bittersweet vanilla in finish.
Rich body and creamy texture balances high ABV, which is really well hidden on low temperatures.
Perfect autumn warmer, which suits perfectly with beer stewed sauerkraut and pork or with chocolate desserts.
Chestnut colored beer with yellowish-beige nicely lasting head. Sweet, toffee, caramelly notes in first
aroma backgrounded with tropical hoppy, citrussy, slightly minty notes. First taste is sweeter side – caramelly, raisins, bready, toffee. Tropical, citrussy notes in middle
taste. Aftertaste is like Irish Coffee – mildly roasty, creamy and warming.
This dangerously easily drinkable and very enjoyable beer suits perfectly with braised lamb, but
aswell with creme brulee.