This is a dark lager, with the malted barely produced in the Scandinavian countries. It is a combination of bayer, color and caramel malt.
A creature of the swamp, Andygator is a unique high gravity brew made with 2-row pale malt, German lager yeast, and Liberty hops. Unlike other high gravity brews, Andygator is fermented to a dry finish.
Bock (January – March) is the first of our seasonal brews. It is brewed with Perle hops and pale and caramel malts. Our Bock is similar to a German Maibock in its high malt content, full body and slightly higher alcohol content. Abita Bock is a very popular brew, especially during our Mardi Gras season. Gruyére, Emmental and Swiss are ...
Rubyred beer, brewed in limited quantaties in autumn for the winterdays. Special selected malts give Alfa Bok it's strong taste. Best served at 9/10 C.
A German style "Double" bock. Amber in color, strong, malty, sweet caramel flavors dominate. Well balanced with Tettnang and Amarillo hops. Careful! A couple pints and you might get incarcerated for trying to drive home! O.G. 18.0 T.G. 4.2 Alcohol by Volume 6.8%
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.
Originally brewed only in monasteries for consumption during Lent, bock beers are the richest, creamiest, and most full-bodied beers in the world. Because of their high food energy and nutritional content, bock beer provided sustenance to monks who were required to fast for over 40 days and nights. If there was one beer you could literall...
Anchor Bock Beer, released in celebration of the coming of spring, is an ancient and mysterious part of the brewing tradition. Over time, the term “bock” has come to mean a beer darker and stronger than the brewery's “regular” brew. We hope you will find Anchor Bock to be a rich and flavorful addition to our other ...
Clean malt flavor, gently hopped and fresh. Only 4,8 % Alcohol at 11,5 % Stammwürze, it's a plesant beer pleasure, a classical Bavarian country beer.
Big Malty and warming for these cold winter nights.