Blowing Rock Bock is fermented with a proprietary lager yeast strain and aged for 5 weeks. Typical of the traditional German Bock style, its light copper tone is characterized by a toasty malt backbone derived from a combination of domestic 2 row malt and imported German specialty malts. The kettle hopping is derived from German Hallertau to impart a well balanced bitterness with only subtle hop aroma.
The hardy body and strong malt exhibited by Blowing Rock Bock provide an integrated harmony of flavors making it a complex beer with easy drinkability.
The only Trappist Bockbeer in the world. It has a deep red color and a malty nose. Because of the roasted malt it´s bitter yet a bit sweet in the aftertaste.
A traditional bock beer, using 100% Munich malt and balanced with German Hallertau hops. Pours a fiery orange-garnet color with a thick, pale-orange head. The aroma is malty with a...
Dark, rubyred, firm and mildly sweet as a result of special selected darkcolored malts. It's a very good autumn beer. Best Dutch bock 2011.