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Smooth and malty bock lagers are the celebrated beers of malt-heads. The stronger version, known as doppelbock, was historically brewed and consumed by monks fasting during the Lenten season. Despite this practice, the malt-forward family of bock beers is quite versatile when paired with all types of food.

  • German-Style Bock

    Traditional bock beers are all-malt brews and are high in malt sweetness. Malt character should be a...

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    German-Style Bock

  • German-Style Doppelbock

    "Doppel" meaning "double," this style is a bigger and stronger version of the lower-gravity German-style...

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    German-Style Doppelbock

  • German-Style Maibock

    Also called "heller bock" (meaning "pale bock"), the German-style Maibock is paler in color and more...

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    German-Style Maibock

  • German-Style Weizenbock

    The German-style Weizenbock is a wheat version of a German-style bock, or a bigger and beefier dunkelweizen....

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    German-Style Weizenbock