Doppelbock

Doppelbock

591 beers | 3.622 Avg Score

The doppelbock (a "double" bock) originated in Munich, Germany as a next generation bock beer. They range in color from deep golden to dark ruby or brown. Like its predecessor (the bock), doppelbocks feature the rich malty aromas and flavors of bready, toasted, and caramel notes. But, doppelbocks are typically more complex and can include dark fruits (plum, prune, raisin, grapes) and sometimes chocolate aspects, especially for the darker versions. Doppelbocks are full-bodied beers and although stronger than the basic bock, they are never overcome by the higher alcohol or by the hops. Many doppelbocks today have an "-ator" suffix attached to their name.

Beer | Location Reviews Score
Bayern Doppel Bock
MT, United States
2
3.300
Port Washington Two-Headed Monk
WI, United States
2
3.340
Einbecker Winter-Bock
Germany
2
3.020
Svaneke Bryghus Stærke Preben
Denmark
2
3.040
Heavyweight Bock-Bock
NJ, United States
2
3.380
Hylands Sturbridge Pioneer Double Bock
MA, United States
2
3.140
Amsterdam Strong Spring Bock
Canada
2
3.160
Einsiedler Doppel Bock
Germany
2
3.400
McKenzie Funf
PA, United States
2
3.280
Alaskan Brewing Troppelbock
AK, United States
2
3.300
Shmaltz Bock Bock
NY, United States
2
3.460
Capital Hop Bock
WI, United States
2
3.280
John Harvards Bourbon Sue
MA, United States
2
3.420
Christian Moerlein Emancipator Doppelbock
OH, United States
2
3.060
Mill Street Franconian Bock
Canada
2
3.060
Cigar City / Terrapin Southern Slice
FL, United States
2
3.340
Cape Ann Fishermans Navigator
MA, United States
2
3.160
Emelisse Imperial Doppelbock
Netherlands
2
3.120
Ithaca Kaffinator
NY, United States
2
3.240
Lahnsteiner Martinator
Germany
2
3.060