Despite its name, Bock Bock was a single bock brew from the roundly bodied, malty family of bock ales. It did not actually taste like chicken. Neither did it taste like a traditional bock; many Bock Bock beers were drunk mistakenly, thinking they were Amber Alerts. Tastes Like Chicken?
Malts: Malted Barley Extract, Crushed Chocolate Grain Malt, Crushed Crystal Grain, Crushed Pale Grain
Hops: Hallertau and Tettnang Hop Pellets
Yeast: Ale Yeast
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“An unbelievalbly smooth finish. Whereas the famously smooth, rocky mountain water Coors is cheap and watery smooth, this is “light and feathery™” while still having the body necessary to go well with a meal while still being awesomely refreshing. Bock Bock… If you don’t like it, you’re just chicken!”—Ben W.