"Spleeten splaatan splooten spleeten, spleeten splaatan spleeten splooo.......Its a German drinking song, we sing it all night long, and when we don't know what to do we Spleeten Splattan spleeten splooo" Yeah, you guess it, this is a song, and if you have half a brain, you know that today The Guy is taking you to Germany. The reason you ask? To understand one of the less popular beers here in the US: the German Dunkel. And The Guy chose to review the Flensburger Dunkel (Pronounced Flensverger Dunkel), well frankly because of the name. The Flensburger Dunkel is defined as a dark beer with the scent of toasted marshmallows and caramel. When you drink the beer it has a buttery quality and a dry finish. But what is good about this beer, and what The Guy has always been fond of is the budlight coined term: the drinkabilty. Unlike most dark beers, you will have no problem taking down a bunch of these to help you on your quest of getting burgered off of this Flensburger. Coincidentally you'll have to drink a bunch b/c the ABV is sitting at about 4.8%. All in all The Guy likes this beer, the first beer The Guy produced was a Dunkel so a little bit of Germany is near and dear to his heart, also this beer in particular has a cool bottle. But don't take The Guys word on it, go out and try one!