Franconia Beer Message Board
|Posted by Euromannn on 2018-03-31 07:12:52|
Confused by the overlapping usage of the term Bock beer. Urbock, Dopplebock, Maibock, Hellesbock, Hellerbock, Weizenbock.
There are so many beers looped into the category of Bock it's difficult to know what style of bock your really drinking.
1. Maibock (may bock)- spring beer 6-7% ABV
2. Urbock(original bock) - Schlenkerla rauch urbock beer in October 6.5%. Schlenkerla Oak Smoke is a Christmas bock beer 8.0%.
3. Dopplebock - year round beer 6-7%
4. Eisbock - 9-14%
The strongest ice-beer is produced by a Franconian company and is called Schorschbräu and is 57% ABV, a former world record for beer ABV.
5. Dunklebock and Weizenbock(Munich Region)
Bocks are also brewed in Poland, where they are known as "Koźlak" and available during the whole year. Notable examples include Koźlak Amber, Miłosław Koźlak, Cornelius Kożlak, Perła Kożlak.
Bamberg tends to brew a special BOCK from October to December. Schlenkerla Oak Smoke is a Christmas beer 8.0%.
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