The Korbinian was my second foray into the Weihenstephaner lineup and again I was blown away by their version of the classic German doppelbock. It poured a dark brown with a thick tan head that smelled of heavy malts and coffee. The first taste was heavy on the burnt malts and chocolate, and definitely stood apart from the doppelbocks I was familiar. The slightly sweet malts and coffee flavors come through on this nicely balanced beer. The Korbinian was deep and rich with a thick mouthfeel that stuck with the heavy bready brew. This is not a beer you drink quickly, but rather one you sit back and allow to consume you. The Korbinian was one of the best doppelbocks I have ever had and one you should seek out for yourself.