Doppelbock

Big Butt

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Leinenkugel's spring seasonal, Big Butt Doppelbock is inspired by the Bavarian tradition with five varieties of malted barley. It has a smooth, rich flavor and deep, dark color that stands up to those last cold days before spring. The beer gets its name from an icon of the Bock style, the goat, and while they’re known to butt heads over disputes, we still prefer to just talk it out over a beer.

Animator

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Among the first Dopplebocks, Animator is a robust lager made to fortify the body and soul on even the coldest days of winter. It is available in the US for only a limited time and is a must-have for any beef aficionado.

Stag Series

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Schell’s Brewery came up with the Stag Series during their year long 150th anniversary celebration, originally called the Anniversary Draft Series, after finding an old recipe book amongst the archives. The book dated back to prohibition, and after flipping through the initial pages, it was discovered the book contained a collection of old German brewing recipes, including several styles which were no longer seen today. The Stag brew is a limited release brew that goes out two to three times per year and each brew is different. August's Bock is the 8th release.

Troppelbock

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Alaskan Troppelbock is a tawny, copper-colored ale with thick, ivory lacing. Toasty, biscuit, and caramel malt notes dominate the aroma. The flavor is complex, combining toasted malt profile melds with subtle fig, dark fruit, milk chocolate, and vanilla notes. The mouthfeel is warming, soft, and full, with moderately low carbonation and a slightly dry finish.

Doppelrock

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Made of Harrington 2-row base, Munich, cara 45, and chocolate malts with hallertau hops, Doppelrock is a round and malty doppelbock balanced by rich flavors.

Salvator

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This is the original Paulaner, the founding beer of Paulaner. The Salvator double bock is a bottom-fermented beer and has been brewed in almost exactly the same way since the end of the 18th century. It combines the most delicate of hops and dark barley malt to give a strong, characteristically malty taste and an inviting, gleaming copper colour.

Double Bock

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Sam Adams Double Bock's deep mahogany is all made in the kettle. No black malt is used, resulting in a rich sweetness that is free of the rough taste of burnt malt. All that remains is the velvet–smooth flavor and the mouthful of the two–row malt.

Birch Bock

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Alaskan Birch Bock is a Doppelbock-style ale brewed with Alaska birch syrup. Adapted by Munich brewers from a 14th century ale recipe from the town of “Einbeck,” the bock style traditionally features a toasted malt flavor, low hop bitterness and lager-like dryness in the palate; doppelbocks are a bigger and slightly sweeter version of the style.