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  • n. a German wheat beer of bock strength


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  • It involved a vigorously shaken mixture of Aventinus (a delicious weizenbock from the German brewery G. Schneider & Son), Sailor Jerry Rum, a whole egg and a bit of nutmeg grated over the drink's frothy crown.

  • Lauer's main concern seemed to be his winter lineup, which will include such higher-alcohol styles as black IPA, doppelbock and weizenbock a strong German-style wheat beer.

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  • While he sometimes comes off as stiff and snooty, it's good to see the wine-snob stereotype play out in the beer industry and let people know that a nice hoppy weizenbock can be equally refined as a California pinot noir.

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  • Two of Brooklyn's beers were in my 2008 Top 10: The Local 1, a sophisticated 9% ABV Belgian Blonde with a sweet, dry finish and earthy, spicy German hops; and the Brooklyn-Schneider Hopfen-Weisse, a collaboration with Germany's Schneider brewery that birthed a signature Schneider weizenbock with the American-hops twist of Brooklyn's India Pale Ale.

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  • Summary: An excellent weizenbock that is a surprisingly easy drinker; this could very easily be a go-to late-winter/early-spring beer comments:

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  • How about weizenbock, a dark, murky wheat beer with a bigger (7-10 percent alcohol) kick. - Latest Videos

  • Then there is dunkel weiss, a dark wheat ale, and weizenbock, or wheat doppelbock, a higher-alcohol version that may be light or dark colored. -

  • My las vegas rental property casting to federal a accumulated eschatological acuity unfashionably, weizenbock amorality and whammy staplegun to baguette.

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  • Other styles already have their buff counterparts: bock and doppelbock, weizen and weizenbock, Scottish ale and wee heavy.

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  • "Pellucid Drop of Strength" is my favourite variety of weizenbock.

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