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Bock

(bahk),
August C., German anatomist, 1782-1833. See: Bock ganglion.
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A fine pale bock from the experienced lager brewers of Boston Beer Company, this beer was part of the company's "Adventures in Lager" 12-pack that debuted in August.
Furthermore, she said, the Bock family is well-liked and well-regarded, and she knew that doing business with them would be a sweet deal.
as Ayinger, offers Celebrator, the classic example of the malty double bock, or doppelbock lager.
A little more complexity here than in a standard bock.
Narragansett Bock is brewed at the Genesee Brewing Co.
A smooth clean bock, on the lighter-bodied side, with the alcohol well hidden," said Pete Reid.
This is what I would call a regular-style, good old American bock.
of Chico, California, has announced the release of its newest seasonal beer, Glissade Golden Bock, available in January, 2010.
Doppel" means double in German, but doppelbocks are not really double the alcoholic strength or malty taste of regular bocks.
Although many consumers have misconceptions about the production of bock beer (referring to the infamous 'bottom of the vat' theory) these stories have prompted beer drinkers to talk about and try different beer styles.
According to Latrobe, use of a pressure-sensitive label allows for a high-quality graphic presentation, in this case a stylized rendition of a ram, the traditional symbol of bock beer.
This winter season, in the predominently German community of New Ulm, MN, one of the few remaining family-owned breweries in the country turns its attention to an annual rite of winter: the brewing of the Bock.