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Bock

(bahk),
August C., German anatomist, 1782-1833. See: Bock ganglion.
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"Nice amber bock color," said Gregg Glaser of Yankee Brew News.
And in what both Steve Bock and Laura Barsamian, of Trombetta's, call "a perfect marriage," the two businesses are now sharing space at 277 Main St., in a former 1950s ranch home.
"A little more complexity here than in a standard bock."
"A smooth clean bock, on the lighter-bodied side, with the alcohol well hidden," said Pete Reid.
"Sweet maltiness of a bock in the nose," said Greg Zannella, "but not a ton of flavor, aside from a bit of malt sweetness.
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. For some reason, popular myth has it that doppelbocks get their strength by being brewed from the dregs of the barrels after the winter brewing season.
has announced the introduction of Rolling Rock Bock, a new year-round specialty brand.
Actually, there is one bock left in the cupboard, and it happens to be the excellent Christian Moerlein Bock, produced by the Hudepohl-Schoenling Brewing Co., of Cincinnati, OH.
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.
as Ayinger, offers Celebrator, the classic example of the malty double bock, or doppelbock lager.