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Top Ten Bock Beers Brewed in the United States


This Top Ten List of Bock Beers is  from the results of the 2013 U.S. Open Beer Championship, Great American Beer Festival, and the World Beer Cup.
   
1. Troegenator - Tröegs Brewing - Pennsylvania
2. Maibock - Morgan Street Brewing – Missouri
3. Maibock - Bayern Brewing – Montana
4. Andygator - Abita Brewing - Louisanna
5. MaiBock - Capital Brewery – Wisconsin
6. Goat Rancher - SandLot - Colorado
7. Butt Head Bock - Tommyknocker Brewery - Colorado
8. Uff-da - New Glarus Brewing - Wisconsin
9. Winter Bock - Silver City Brewery - Washington
10. St. Nikolaus Bock Bier - Pennsylvania Brewing - Pennsylvania

  

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Bock
Subcategory: German Bock
Traditional bocks are made with all malt and are strong, malty, medium- to full-bodied, bottom-fermented beers with moderate hop bitterness that should increase proportionately with the starting gravity. Hop flavor should be low and hop aroma should be very low. Bocks can range in color from deep copper to dark brown. Fruity esters should be minimal.
OG: 1.066-1.074
FG: 1.018-1.024
Alcohol by Weight: 5-6%
IBU: 20-30
Color SRM: 20-30

Subcategory: German Heller Bock/Maibock
The German word helle means light colored, and as such, a heller Bock is light straw to deep golden in color. Maibocks are also light-colored bocks. The malty character should come through in the aroma and flavor. Body is medium to full. Hop bitterness should be low, while noble-type hop aroma and flavor may be at low to medium levels. Bitterness increases with gravity. Fruity esters may be perceived at low levels. Diacetyl levels should be very low. Chill haze should not be perceived.
OG: 1.066-1.074
FG: 1.012-1.020
Alcohol by Weight: 5-6.4%
IBU: 20-38

 





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Top 10
Ales & Lagers
in the USA

Golden Ale
Blonde Ale
English Summer Ale
English Pale Ale

English IPA
Imperial IPA
Bitter
ESB
English Mild Ale
 English Brown Ale
Porter
Stout
Oatmeal Stout
Imperial Stout
Old Ale 
Barley Wine
Scottish Ale
Strong Scottish
Irish Red Ale
American Amber
American Pale Ale
American IPA
American Brown Ale
German Alt
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German Wheat
German
Hefeweizen
Belgian Saison
Belgian Ale
Belgian Abbey Ale
Belgian Lambic
Belgian Witbier


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American Pilsner
American 
Premium Lager

Amber Lagers
Bohemian Pilsner
German Pilsner
Munchner Helles

Munchner Dunkel
Marzen
Oktoberfest
Schwarzbier
Bock
DoppleBock


Hybrids
American Cream Ale
American Wheat
American specialty wheat

Fruit/Vegetable beer
Pumpkin beer
Herb and Spice beer
Chocolate Beer
Coffee beer
Rye/Roggen Beer
Wood / Barrel
Aged beer
Wood/Barrel
Aged strong beer
Smoked/Rauch beer

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