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Double Vision Dopplebock

Double Vision
Doppelbock

2013 marks the 25th anniversary of Grand Teton Brewing. In celebration, we’re bringing back three of our favorite styles for this year’s Cellar Reserves. Double Vision Doppelbock was first brewed in 2009 to highlight our brewery’s wonderful water. Like all the great traditional brewing towns, our home, Victor, Idaho, is in or near some of the world’s best barley- and hop-growing regions, and is distinguished by an ample supply of top-quality water.

The 17th century Paulist monks of Munich were allowed no solid food during their twice-yearly fasts. They brewed an especially nourishing strong dark lager they called “liquid bread” and named “Holy Father” to help them through the Lenten and Advent fasts. The beer was known as a doppelbock, which signifies a strong lager. Since “bock” also means “billy goat” in German, these beers are often decorated with images of gallivanting goats. Our Double Vision label features two goats in front of a waterfall—a reminder of the importance of water to the development of the style as well as the taste of this strong lager.

Our Double Vision Doppelbock is brewed with Idaho 2-Row Pale and German Munich, CaraAroma, CaraMunich and de-husked Carafa malts to an original gravity of 22˚ Plato. The malts provide a dark leather color with ruby notes, a luxurious tan head, and a bready aroma with a hint of smoke. It is lightly spiced with German Hallertau Tradition hops and fermented with lager yeast from a monastery brewery near Munich. In the traditional manner, Double Vision is fermented cold (48 F) and lagered a full 12 weeks for smoothness. At 8% alcohol by volume, it is a deceptively drinkable springtime warmer.

Double Vision’s slightly burnt caramel flavor and malt sweetness make it an incredible match for game—venison, moose, duck, goose, and wild boar—especially when prepared with fruity sauces or reductions. Try it with pork and sautéed apples, roasted root vegetables, sweet sausages, ham or prosciutto. It’s wonderful with cheese and dessert, too. Pair it with an aged Gruyère, a caramel flan, or a crème brulee.

Double Vision Dopplebock is a one time release available January 15, 2013 in 1/2 and 1/6 bbl kegs and bottle-conditioned 750 mL cases.

Original Gravity (Plato): 22˚
International Bitterness Units: 40
Alcohol by Volume: 8%
Color (Lovibond): 47˚

 

Signature Brews
Old Faithful AleTeton AleSweetgrass APA
Bitch CreekHowling Wolf Weisse Bier

Brewers' Series
Lost Continent Double IPABlack Cauldron Imperial Stout
Pursuit of Hoppiness Imperial Red • Fest Bier Märzen Lager

2013 Cellar Reserve Releases
Double Vision Oud BruinBone Warmer
Coming Home Holiday Ale 2013

2012 Cellar Reserve Releases
5 O'Clock ShadowSnarling BadgerXX Bitch Creek ESBComing Home Holiday Ale 2012

2011 Cellar Reserve Releases
Persephone Imperial PilsnerThe Grand Saison
Wake Up CallComing Home Holiday Ale 2011

2010 Cellar Reserve Releases
Tail Waggin' Double WhiteTrout Hop Black IPA
Coming Home Holiday Ale

Past Cellar Reserve Releases
Double Vision Doppelbock Howling Wolf Weizenbock
Pursuit of Hoppiness American Red AleSheep Eater Scotch Ale

XX Sweetgrass Double IPAXX Mountainberry Double Wheat
XX Au Naturale Double RedXX Bitch Creek Double ESB
Mammoth MaibockOud Bruin Belgian Style Ale
Bone Warmer Amber Ale • Black Cauldron Imperial Stout
Paradise PilsnerDouble IPAScotch Ale

Retired Signature Brews
Moose Juice Stout • Huckleberry Wheat
Workhorse Wheat • Au Naturale Organic