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Texas Style Bock beer.
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  1. Gotta brew more quickly!
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    Brewed this a couple months ago as the Ale version using dry yeast all per kit instructions. Turned out amazing, everyone I have had try it has love it. Some of my family that are drinkers of the texas famous Bock beer said they like this beer better. And it shows, as all 48 bottles are now GONE. Even some friends at work that I gave samples to all said it was something they want more of! This was maybe my 5th or 6th brew, done a few since this that are still fermenting, but this one is being done today, TWO BATCHES, to keep up with demand and it's rapid disappearing nature! You wont be disappointed with this recipe!

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  2. 2nd place
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    Mast this as an ale and it’s good. I entered it in a local brew competition (Emmetsburg Iowa) and it got 2nd place when entered as a Dark Mild, BJCP 13A.

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  3. Good for Beginners
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    This was one of my early attempts. It turned out well but I never repeated it. Perhaps my goals changed once my confidence was up. I would recommend this to someone just getting started and is wanting to explore different styles.

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  4. Awesome beer!!!
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    I am new to brewing, and this was my second beer to make. It turned out so clear I could read a magazine through the glass. I enjoyed it very much, but my friends really liked it. Liked it so much the keg didn't last long. I will be brewing this again and will have to keep it in stock at all times.

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  5. Crowd Pleaser!
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    This beer is very inexpensive for an extract kit and can be ready quickly. Mine turned out great with 1 week in primary and 2 in secondary, then kegged (I used the dry yeast). Not a "traditional" bock, more of an easy drinking beer with a slight malt profile very similar to a popular bock made in Texas. An excellent choice for pleasing your friends who aren't craft beer aficionados; this is a great gateway beer to more complex ones. This kit turned out exactly as I expected from the description. If you are looking for a 7.0+ ABV, thick, malty, more traditional bock this probably isn't the kit for you, but if you like the description you will be well pleased!

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  6. Gone too fast!
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    This was the 3rd or 4th beer I ever made. It is still one of my favorites. Very easy drinking. It is similar to that famous Texas bock, but I think this is even better. I used the dry yeast not the traditional bock yeast. I'll definitely be making this one again and again.

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  7. I love this beer!
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    Sometimes I like to drink a complex beer. Sometimes I just want one that quenches my thirst and isn't overly complex.

    Black Eyed Bock falls into the latter category. It is a perfect 'sessionable' beer. Delicious, malty, with just enough hop bitterness to balance all that delicious Munich malt.

    One taste of this and it will go into the category of beers that you must always have on hand.

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Customer Reviews
  1. Gotta brew more quickly!
    Rating
    Brewed this a couple months ago as the Ale version using dry yeast all per kit instructions. Turned out amazing, everyone I have had try it has love it. Some of my family that are drinkers of the texas famous Bock beer said they like this beer better. And it shows, as all 48 bottles are now GONE. Even some friends at work that I gave samples to all said it was something they want more of! This was maybe my 5th or 6th brew, done a few since this that are still fermenting, but this one is being done today, TWO BATCHES, to keep up with demand and it's rapid disappearing nature! You wont be disappointed with this recipe!

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    Posted on

  2. 2nd place
    Rating
    Mast this as an ale and it’s good. I entered it in a local brew competition (Emmetsburg Iowa) and it got 2nd place when entered as a Dark Mild, BJCP 13A.

    Review by

    Posted on

  3. Good for Beginners
    Rating
    This was one of my early attempts. It turned out well but I never repeated it. Perhaps my goals changed once my confidence was up. I would recommend this to someone just getting started and is wanting to explore different styles.

    Review by

    Posted on

  4. Awesome beer!!!
    Rating
    I am new to brewing, and this was my second beer to make. It turned out so clear I could read a magazine through the glass. I enjoyed it very much, but my friends really liked it. Liked it so much the keg didn't last long. I will be brewing this again and will have to keep it in stock at all times.

    Review by

    Posted on

  5. Crowd Pleaser!
    Rating
    This beer is very inexpensive for an extract kit and can be ready quickly. Mine turned out great with 1 week in primary and 2 in secondary, then kegged (I used the dry yeast). Not a "traditional" bock, more of an easy drinking beer with a slight malt profile very similar to a popular bock made in Texas. An excellent choice for pleasing your friends who aren't craft beer aficionados; this is a great gateway beer to more complex ones. This kit turned out exactly as I expected from the description. If you are looking for a 7.0+ ABV, thick, malty, more traditional bock this probably isn't the kit for you, but if you like the description you will be well pleased!

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  6. Gone too fast!
    Rating
    This was the 3rd or 4th beer I ever made. It is still one of my favorites. Very easy drinking. It is similar to that famous Texas bock, but I think this is even better. I used the dry yeast not the traditional bock yeast. I'll definitely be making this one again and again.

    Review by

    Posted on

  7. I love this beer!
    Rating
    Sometimes I like to drink a complex beer. Sometimes I just want one that quenches my thirst and isn't overly complex.

    Black Eyed Bock falls into the latter category. It is a perfect 'sessionable' beer. Delicious, malty, with just enough hop bitterness to balance all that delicious Munich malt.

    One taste of this and it will go into the category of beers that you must always have on hand.

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