Traditional Bock Bock is the king of rich and malty German beers with an amber/brownish color and strong body. The focus is entirely on the malty goodness of German-style malts, with the hops contributing only enough bitterness to keep the beer from tasting syrupy or cloying. The dark color comes from darker base malts, such as Munich malt, and some darker specialty grains. Enjoying a bock is easy, just pour it into a big, thick glass or stein, then sit back in the cushiest armchair you can find and prepare for a lot of sipping and sighing. This is a Lager Recipe and controlled fermentation control is necessary.
An Ale version which can be fermented anywhere from 60°F-70°F. This is not traditional but it IS an excellent alternative if you are in a hurry for a great beer or do not have equipment to lager.
- Malt Extract
- Milled Specialty grains*
- Grain Steeping bag
- Pre-Portioned hop additions
- Whirfloc Irish moss tablet
- Choice of Dry or Liquid yeast
- Complete Instructions
*Recipes kits that contain more than one type of grain will have them combined together in one bag.