ABOUT THE BEER
Our (very atypical) tribute to the most vigorous among German beers. Elegance. Vehemence. Bitterness complemented with notes of apricot and honey. A studs-up tackle (yet surprisingly kind). Drinkable like you wouldn’t expect, yet rich and full-flavored.
- Produced by infusion of Pilsener, Munchen and special barley malts, it is fermented with a whimsical bottom-fermenting yeast bestowing elegant, peculiar notes of fresh fruit. German bittering hops and massive quantities of Styrian Goldings noble up the aroma; dry-hopped to completion with an English-German mixture.
- Amber-orange in color, Bibock is crowned by a compact, abundant and lacing head. Nose is fresh with notes of apricot, peach and wild berries; above which the hops' herbal/spicy and typically English bouquet pop up. Malts confer scents of hazelnut, caramel and chestnut honey.
- The full, sweet body, sip by sip, gives room to a clean bitterness and to a complex and rich aftertaste. Fresh and opulent (yet dangerously drinkable), it has to be treated carefully!