Craft Beer "Rumbling Goat" Bock Style
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast
The word 'Bock' comes from the German word for 'goat'. This is because bock beer was originally created by the monks of the town of Einbeck, who were depicted as goats on bottle labels. Bock beer is very popular in Germany and is brewed in many varieties, including Doppelbock, Eisbock and Rauchbock. Bockbier has become an international export and is now enjoyed and appreciated by beer lovers all over the world.
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Characteristics of the Rumbling Goat bock style craft beer
Rumbling Goat belongs to the German Bock style, which originated in the town of Einbeck in Lower Saxony. It is a bottom-fermented, decoction-brewed beer with a dark amber colour and a light hazelnut head. On the nose there is a smoky note due to the presence of a small percentage of beechwood smoked malt, followed by sweet notes of red fruits. On the palate, the malt notes dominate, followed by a characteristic toasted touch; the smoky note returns in the finish. The medium body and persistent alcohol content are well balanced by the right hopping. Recommended with rich, spicy first courses, white meats and game; excellent with soft cheeses; also excellent with creamy desserts.
Serving temperature: 6/8°.
Recommended glass: BICONO