the village bock

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In addition to Old Django, Mike from Nikl Bräu has another top performer in his stable: The Village Bock! This wonderful beer is as rustic as a bock can be. In the glass it shines in a clear brown with a beautiful head of foam. When poured, strong smoke and roasted malt aromas flow into your nose, which evoke associations with the old wood stoves in Franconian parlors of yesteryear.

When drinking, the excited beer drinker can expect a malty-sweet taste with fruity hints of plums and dates. The smoky, roasty characteristic remains until the finish and provides a long-lasting and strong finish that tastes like more.

The perfect accompaniment to the Village Bock is a hearty game dish. Slowly braised roast wild boar with bread dumplings and fresh parsley or a juicy saddle of venison with cranberries and homemade spaetzle go particularly well with Bock from Nikl. If it's not game season or you don't feel like cooking at all, then we recommend the Village Bock pure, because it's a real treat for special moments.

Content
0,75 Liter Bottle

Brauerei
Nikl Bräu Nikl Bräu
Bierothek® ID
10087006
Weight
0.74kg(1.39kg with packaging)
Deposit
€ 0,15
LMIV
Responsible food business operator (EU)
Brauerei Nikl, Egloffsteiner Straße 19, 91362
Pretzfeld Deutschland(DE)
Beer region
Deutschland
Beer style
Bock beers
Food recommendation
Starter: Bruschetta
Main course: roasted lamb
Dessert: Tiramisu
Alcohol content
10.7 % vol
Ingrediants

Water, barley malt, hops, yeast

01.10.2019
06.08.2019

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