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Bock

(bahk),
August C., German anatomist, 1782-1833. See: Bock ganglion.
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To honor the release of the Explorer Series collaboration Dopplebock, participating locations will hold the Mustache Olympics on Nov.
Smells like a dopplebock alright," said homebrewer Tom Conti.
It's not a dopplebock, but it has sweetness and hops, it's complex, and I like it.
The Thomas Hooker Liberator Dopplebock is available in 12 oz bottles and on draft.
It is also a dopplebock in style, brewed to a strength of 10% alcohol by volume (ABV)
Bronze: Bell's Consecrator Dopplebock, Kalamazoo Brewing - Kalamazoo, MI
The new dopplebock will be available at select Colorado front range accounts, and direct from the brewery in 1/2-barrel kegs.
Moretti, a pale lager; and La Rossa, a reddish dopplebock.
It is a dopplebock beer, which will be sold for six months a year, from October through March.
Dan Gordon, co-owner of Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurants, has announced the release of this year's Gordon Biersch Dopplebock bier.
The Paulaner brand family now includes Paulaner Salvator dopplebock (rated by the critic Michael Jackson as a four-star world classic), Paulaner Munchner, Oktoberfest, Hefe-Weizen and Thomas Brau non-alcoholic.
Among the new beer's planned, are a weizenbier, a dopplebock and an abbey beer.