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Bock

(bahk),
August C., German anatomist, 1782-1833. See: Bock ganglion.
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An eisbock is the original ice beer and is a stronger version of a doppelbock.
Some had Eisbock in their warehouse while the Weizen was coming in.
Launching with Eisbock caused some confusion at the consumer level, and there wasn't enough time to get the message out before Weizen was launched.
United imports Schneider Weisse, Aventinus, Schierlinger Roggen, Keller Bier, Bayrisch G'Frozen Eisbock, and Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier.
The Eisbock is first in the new seasonal product line, which will flesh out the seasonal portfolio begun by Winterfest years ago.
Ice beer seems to have had its North American start when a Canadian microbrewery introduced an Eisbock (Ice Bock) a few years back.
Another nuance is the eisbock, or "ice" bock, a beer that has been frozen to remove excess water, thereby creating a much more concentrated and potent beer.