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Bock Beer

A strong, fairly sweet, malty amber to brown lager, originating in Saxony, dating back to Hanseatic brewers in Einbeck during the 14th century. It’s thought that Bock is either a corruption of Einbeck (‘a bock’) or that it’s named after the German for ‘goat’ (you’ll often see goats featuring on labels). Specific styles of bock (from lighter to stronger examples) include maibock (helles lager brewed to bock strength), doppelbock (a stronger version of a traditional bock) and eisbock (partly frozen to remove water content and concentrate flavour and strength). Weizenbocks, meanwhile, are dark or 'dunkel' wheat beers brewed to bock strength.

Paulaner Salvator

33cl, 7.9%
Paulaner Brauerei

The strongest beer from Paulaner Brauerei - Salvator! A big-bodied, bottom-fermented German doppelbock, brewed by Paulaner for over 350 years. They use Herkules, Taurus and Hallertauer Tradition hops…  More info

Paulaner Salvator

BrewDog Abstrakt AB:14

37cl, 10.2%

Part of BrewDog's Abstrakt brand, which tend to be just a little more "boundary-pushing" than BrewDog's already radical catalogue. AB:14 is an oak aged Imperial Weizenbock that they describe as being…  More info

BrewDog Abstrakt AB:14

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