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Summit Brewing Company

Maibock

Pronounced “My bock.” As in “Keep your hands off my bock.”

Summit Maibock Blonde Bock is a traditional German-style bock. Brewed with traditional Moravian 37 malts, used in on Dakota Soul Craft Lager and Oktoberfest, and Czech Saaz hops, it offers drinkers a toasted sweetness and spicy finish. It’s a beer brewed for celebrations.

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This traditional German style earned the nickname “liquid bread” because it was brewed by Paulaner monks in Bavaria to help them get through Lenten fasting. First brewed in 1989, this beer has been a spring staple at Summit Brewing Company. After 30 years, it’s taking one last run around the block as a limited-edition brew. Summit Maibock is available in the Summit The Go Box and for a limited time on draught in the Summit Ratskeller.

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Serving Tips

45-50 °F, in a Pilsener glass/Pokal, or a Stein.

Specifications

Beer Facts

{Limited Release}
Alcohol by Volume: 6.7%
IBUs: 40
Original Gravity: 15.5° P
 Color, (deg. L.): Dark Blonde, 9° L
Hops Utilized: Saaz, Mt. Hood, Northern Brewer
Malts Utilized: Moravian 37, Munich, Vienna
Yeast: German Lager
Established: 1989

Food Pairings

Pretzels

Ribs

Sausage

White Cheddar

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