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Bock

(bahk),
August C., German anatomist, 1782-1833. See: Bock ganglion.
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We always get excited when our Maibock Lager promotion comes around as it signals the beginning of spring and the end of winter.
Peasley adds, "The medal for Maibock is a testament to the strength of our rotating brewers handle.
This is a maibock like it should be," said Tom Conti.
Bronze: Mad Brewer Maibock, Church Brew Works - Pittsburgh, PA
First introduced in 1994, the Summit Hefe Weizen is now one of four seasonal beers produced by Summit, including Heimertinger Maibock in spring, Dusseldorfer-Style Alt in fall and summit Winter Ale.
This Maibock is a hearty lager that we craft according to centuries old brewing methods," says Summit president Mark Stutrud, "We use German lager yeast, Munich malt and Czechoslovakian Saaz hops.
There are several different substyles of bock beer, brewed for different seasons of the year - regular Bock, Helles Bock, Maibock, Doppelbock, Eisbock and Weizenbock.
Gordon reports that Maibock is a pale bock-style beer traditionally served in the beginning of May in Bavaria in celebration of the arrival of spring.
Killian's is importing Wurzburger Maibock, Holiday Beer, Wurzburger Light Bavarian Pilsener and Wurzburger Bavarian Dark Beer.
Maibock, a bock beer that is available to consumers in Germany from March through the end of May in celebration of the coming of spring, is very often brewed much paler than other bock styles.
The seasonal beer line will be on a quarterly rotation and include Maibock, Weiss, Oktoberfest, and a Holiday brew.
Humperdinks brewmasters are already thinking ahead to Maibocks and other spring brews.