You beat me to it.
Ayinger Celebrator is the best. Hands down. I even have Ayinger Celebrator glasses made in Germany just for that beer. I also have two 1L German mugs from Germany if I want to go big. HAHA
Any German dopplebock is fantastic though. I love me some dopplebocks. Paulaner Salvator, Spaten Munich Optimator, Ayinger Celebrator, and etc.. I actually buy it in bulk (kegs) from a German bar/liquor store by where I live, otherwise it is way too expensive. Even though most dopplebocks have double alcohol content of the German-American beers (Bud light, Budwesier, Miller Lite, Coors, Old Milwaukee, and etc.) so it isn’t as high priced as it seems. But when you spend $15 for a 4 pack of Celebrator, you are like man I am going broke. LOL
Also this is not “German” in the modern sense of citizen of Communist Germany, but Gulden Drakk is an awesome Flemish (Germanic) beer made in “Belgium”.
Cattle die, and kinsmen die, And so one dies one’s self; One thing now that never dies, The fame of a dead man’s deeds.
Last edited by DeutscheCountryboy; Yesterday at 06:01 PM.