Bock

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Bock

(bahk),
August C., German anatomist, 1782-1833. See: Bock ganglion.
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Snow Blind is a German-style doppelbock lager with 7.4% alcohol by volume.
(91) Optimator Doppelbock (Spaten-Franziskaner-Brau Brewery, Munich, Germany) 7.6% ABV, 25 IBUs.
Capital Brewery's Imperial Doppelbock, a Capital Square Series selection released last December, won gold.
Featured brews include La Conner IPA (La Conner Brewing Company), Glenlookedit Russian Imperial Stout and Kris Imperial Dry Hop Red (West Brothers Brewery), Alameda Amber (Alameda Brewhouse), Spruce Ale (Bill's Tavern and Brewhouse), Cinco de Mayo Bock (Rock Bottom Brewery), Glenlivedit Wee Heavy Scotch Ale and Steiner's Doppelbock (Steelhead Brewery), Double Wrecked Wreck (Full Sail Brewing) and Elk Lake IPA (Bend Brewing Company).
In addition, Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock, Brau Weisse and Ur Weisse received the highest ratings ever in their respective categories.
The Purple Pig's beer list currently includes Birra Moretti La Rossa Doppelbock from Italy, Estrella Damm from Spain and Brasserie Pietra Colomba White Ale from Corsica among its eight draft taps; priced $6 to $12.
as Ayinger, offers Celebrator, the classic example of the malty double bock, or doppelbock lager.
It is perhaps a Belgian interpretation of the classic wheat doppelbock beers of Germany." Witte Noire (7.5% abv) is available in cases of 6/750ml cork-finished bottles, with a suggested retail price of $9.99.
Versions of bock beer include "Maibock," a bock brewed to be consumed in spring, and "Doppelbock," an extra strong (7.5% alcohol by volume) tawny or dark brown beer.
Grand Teton Brewing Company of Victor, ID, released Double Vision Doppelbock February 15th, the first in their 2009 "Cellar Reserve" series of specialty beers.
As one taster noted, this could be considered the classic German doppelbock. It impressed all tasters on the panel with its full body and fresh, lively palette of tasty malts.
Finally, because even sunny summer dayscanbefollowed by quiet, contemplative nights, Aventinus Weizen-Eisbock takes the already rich and warming, eight percent alcohol Aventinus wheat doppelbock and concentrates it to a mouth-filling 12 percent alcohol.