ZWEI ZIEGEN DOPPELBOCK

ABV: 8.5%IBU: 22SERVING TEMP: 5-8°C
INGREDIENTS: Water, Malted barley, Wheat, Hops, Yeast
STYLE: German Doppelbock
GLASSWARE: GLB Vienna (Tulip)

RELEASE DATE

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RATINGS AND MORE INFO

SOCIAL

"Dominating flavours of dark fruits and chocolate with a long smooth finish (from the long conditioning time). When I drink it, I think Belgian strong beer until the finish when it rounds out nicely like a lager."

- Mike Lackey, Brewing Operations Manager

Roast duck, cured ham, chocolate cake, and butter tarts.

The lager style known now as Bock, originated in Einbeck, Germany. Munich brewers, who later started brewing it, in their Bavarian accent pronounced "Einbeck" as "ein Bock", meaning "a goat/buck".

Then, monks in Munich came up with a bigger, stronger version of the copper-coloured, full-bodied, toasty and malty lager, and called it a Doppelbock.

A few centuries after that, we thought it fitting to further the wordplay tradition with our homage to the style and named this beer ‘Two Goats’.

"Dominating flavours of dark fruits and chocolate with a long smooth finish (from the long conditioning time). When I drink it, I think Belgian strong beer until the finish when it rounds out nicely like a lager."

- Mike Lackey, Brewing Operations Manager

Roast duck, cured ham, chocolate cake, and butter tarts.

The lager style known now as Bock, originated in Einbeck, Germany. Munich brewers, who later started brewing it, in their Bavarian accent pronounced "Einbeck" as "ein Bock", meaning "a goat/buck".

Then, monks in Munich came up with a bigger, stronger version of the copper-coloured, full-bodied, toasty and malty lager, and called it a Doppelbock.

A few centuries after that, we thought it fitting to further the wordplay tradition with our homage to the style and named this beer ‘Two Goats’.

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Selection of in the fridge at GLB

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