Urban Chestnut De Bockle

Brewed by Urban Chestnut Brewing Company

Belgian Style Bock11.0% ABV26 IBU

Ah there once was a Belgian from Uccle, who
liked to eat frites with his broth full of cockle.
And though he was from near Ghent, and liked
his grain well spent. His brewing ability matched
his name of De Bockle. (This beer though is
actually pretty darn good).

Hops: Opal, Mandarina Bavaria, Golding

Grains/Adjuncts: Pilsner, Wheat Malt, Rye Malt

Other Ingredients: Coriander, Orange Peel, Star Anise

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Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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