I picked this up as part of a Tommyknocker sample pack. Since it is getting tough for me to find new things to try, I was happy to grab this as I have never seen this brewer before.
Butt Head was an interesting beer and certainly worth a try if your are sick of the same old beers on the market and want to get your hands on something a little out of the ordinary.
This Doppelbock poured brown with a weak big bubble beige head.
Its aroma was tangy with yeast and cocoa notes on the nose.
The upfront flavor initially hit me like a sparkling wine. There was also a subtle Jolly Rancher Sour Apple flavor. This gave it the tanginess that I smelled from the aroma. From the malts, chocolate and grains hover in the background as the zippy wine notes dominate the flavor profile. There was also bubble gum. The hops were apparent with a little bitterness at the end finishing very dry.
Its body was medium with a fair amount of carbonation.
Another observation was the sediment that I found at the bottom of my glass as I drank this.
This was a nice treat as it was different as one can tell from my experience.