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Bock

(bahk),
August C., German anatomist, 1782-1833. See: Bock ganglion.
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"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."
"This is a dopplebock, I guess, but an American riff on the style."
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 brewing of Dopplebock is a festive tradition that I am very happy to continue," Gordon said.
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.
It is now possible for Americans to sample domestically brewed versions of British bitter of German dopplebock; imported Belgian lambics from small farmhouse breweries; Wheat beer from the oldest brewery in the world or Scottish Ale from a tiny manor-house brewery in the UK.
Among the new beer's planned, are a weizenbier, a dopplebock and an abbey beer.
Dopplebocks, which are nice with duck, can really shine with squab and wood pigeon.
As word continues to spread about the virtues of fresh-brewed beers, microbreweries can expect increasing demands for the likes of Scottish ales, German dopplebocks, Irish porters and fruit beers.