Serving Style: Bottle
Glassware: Tulip glass
Drinking Establishment: Stuff Yer Face, New Brunswick, NJ
Primary Consumer: Jon
Guest Reviewer Qualifications: He knows the difference between a boli and a beer.
Sight: Deep mahogany color with a thick beige head.
Scent: A malty aroma of brown sugar, like that of caramel or molasses. Also, some dark fruits.
Feel: Smooth, with a light mouthfeel.
Concluding remarks: This malty Bock gives you a gift even before you open the bottle–it comes with a little charm dangling from the neck. Lesser beers would use this charm as a distraction from the actual brew, but instead this draws you in. You get the idea that this beer will be a little special–like getting the Cracker Jack prize before you open the box. Well, once opened, it doesn’t disappoint. The mahogany coloring of the beer provokes you with thoughts of a dark velvet taste. Tasting reveals a sweet, but not heavy, deliciousness that leaves a wonderful lacing after finishing. You’ll want another.
THANK YOU, JON! You were lucky enough to review the only Bock that got a 5 Pint Glass rating. We’re all very jealous–but mostly because none of the beers we tried this month came with a little plastic goat charm.
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