No kidding.....as I said, Ayinger is my personal "Holy Grail". Guess I'd better look at the website!
I just had a bottle of their Celebrator Dopplebock... the one with the little charm hanging from the neck.. An outstanding beer.
I would like to brew a Dunkel someday. Here's what Michael Jasckson had to say about Ayinger's Altbairish Dark.
"Beer International, the Ayinger Dunkel Altbairisch aptly as follows:" A good example of its kind, almost impenetrable dark brown with gold shimmer, if it holds up against the light, and with warm aroma, malty flavor and reminiscent of coffee aftertaste. Gebraut wird es aus fünferlei Malzen – zwei davon dunkel gedarrt - und es wird nur leicht gehopft.“ Hergestellt wird es im traditionellen Zwei-Maisch-Verfahren. It is brewed from five kinds of malts - two of them gedarrt dark - and it is only lightly hopped. "It is produced in the traditional two-mash process.
I'm going to see if I can pick up a bottle of this beer.