Pronounced “My bock.”
As in “Keep your hands off my bock.”
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. Moravian 37 malts and Czech Saaz hops give it a toasted sweetness with a little spice in the finish. Available in 12-oz. cans and bottles in the Spring.
45-50 °F, in a Pilsener glass/Pokal, or a Stein.
Original Gravity: 15.5° P
Alcohol by Weight: 5.4%
Alcohol by Volume: 6.7%
Color, (deg. L.): Dark Blonde, 9° L
Malts Utilized: Moravian 37, Munich, Vienna
Hops Utilized: Saaz, Mt. Hood, Northern Brewer
Yeast: German Lager