ZiegenBock Amber

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Type: American Amber/Red Lager
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  • 4.1/5 
  • 5.00% 
  • 1437/3686 
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A full-bodied, smooth beer with an exceptionally clean finish. American Style Bock Beer that is ONLY available in Texas!

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  • May 1, 2012
    Jagatelife (8)Rank: Beer Novice
    2.6
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    During my short time in living in TX I had grown to love Shiner Bock on those hot summer days. I visited a local establishment that somehow did not have Shiner on tap, but they recommended ZiegenBock. I am not one to shy away from something new so I tried it. To me it seems very apparent that AB was trying to make a knock-off product that would compete with Shiner. Nice try, could have been worse, just drink Shiner.
  • Oct 28, 2010
    LeMonJaLowe (6)Rank: Beer Novice
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    When it comes to "bocks" I used to drink solely Amberbock, then drank Shiner, but was pleased to find Ziegenbock. It was a happy middleground. Amberbock started to taste very sweet and Shiner has a good bitter taste. However with Ziegenbock, I found middle ground. It wasn't too sweet or too bitter. Enjoyable cold, even a bit warm as you grill outdoor.