Low and Slow: Maibock

Low and Slow: Maibock

I love me a Maibock, and I love some Westbrook beers, so there’s a lot of hope here. 16 oz can from Blue Ridge Beer Hub in Waynesville, NC. While I like the presentation, I’d like it better in a bottle. Humbug. Pour is a surprisingly, light=orange hazed...
Helles Bock

Helles Bock

Light, but golden pour, slightly above average head, and some nice, sticky lace. For me, the lacing is crucial to a good Helles. Clean nose with some sweet bread and yeast. Tastes start with (more) clean, sweet, malt edges, that are followed by the requisite,...

Hofbräu Maibock (Urbock)

12 oz single from Grassroots, Jacksonville, FL, USA. Quite a surprising orange color on the pour with very little head. The beer produces a very light film on the surface of the beer and no lace. It looks a little flat, but actually isn’t once one tastes it....

Günther Bräu Bockbier

Given the number of reviews this is likely a relatively new entrant to the US market. I’ve certainly not seen it in the ATL market before now so it’s certainly new here. 500 mL bottle from Green’s on Buford, Atlanta, GA, USA. Golden pour with a...

30th Anniversary- Charlie, Fred And Ken’s Bock

Hop City, Atlanta, GA, USA. Blah, ultimately very disappointed consider the supposed gravity of this series. The biggest problem here was the carbonation and general life associated with the beer – in the end nothing but flat and dull. Pour was a surprisingly...