Anchor Bock (The final batch), Craft Beer Review 259

Anchor Bock has been discontinued and 2014 is the last year it was brewed.
ABV 5.5%

The dark satiny texture of Anchor Bock®, with its rich hints of chocolate, caramel and roasted barley, is our interpretation of the historically strong German beers that signal the coming of spring.
Anchor Bock® Beer is brewed from a complex blend of malts, and fresh, whole-cone hops. In the ancient bock tradition, the dark-colored craft brew is released in time for springtime celebrations. Bock beers are believed to have originated in the town of Einbeck, Germany and traditionally feature a goat on their labels. The term, “bock” occurs in several Germanic languages and roughly translates to “billy goat”, but there are some unlikely alternatives. Followers of the zodiac have described it as a beer for Capricorn, the time when, as the days grow longer, brewers brew their bock beers in anticipation of the coming of spring.
Over time, bock has come to define a beer darker and stronger than a brewery’s “regular” brew. One with, you might say, the kick of a goat behind it.
FIRST BREW
2005
FIRST BOTTLING
2005
ALC. BY VOLUME
5.5%
AVAILABILITY
JAN-MAR
MALT
BLEND OF 2-ROW PALE, MUNICH, CARAMEL, CHOCOLATE & WHEAT
HOPS
NUGGET & GLACIER
DRY HOPS
GLACIER

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