The origin of Point Bock Beer can be traced back to 1938. Production was discontinued in 1942 to be returned after WWII in 1945. Since that time, for more than 55 years, Point Bock was brewed yearly. This recipe was discovered in the archives by Brewmaster Gabe Hopkins – a traditional bock with toasty malt sweetness, full-bodied flavor, and a rich roasted aroma.
Awards: GOLD MEDAL WINNER
Denver International Beer Competition, 2016
Hops: Tettnanger (German)
Grains/Adjuncts: Caramel Pils
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