- n. a German wheat beer of bock strength
“It involved a vigorously shaken mixture of Aventinus (a delicious weizenbock from the German brewery G. Schneider & Son), Sailor Jerry Rum, a whole egg and a bit of nutmeg grated over the drink's frothy crown.”
“Lauer's main concern seemed to be his winter lineup, which will include such higher-alcohol styles as black IPA, doppelbock and weizenbock a strong German-style wheat beer.”
“While he sometimes comes off as stiff and snooty, it's good to see the wine-snob stereotype play out in the beer industry and let people know that a nice hoppy weizenbock can be equally refined as a California pinot noir.”
“Two of Brooklyn's beers were in my 2008 Top 10: The Local 1, a sophisticated 9% ABV Belgian Blonde with a sweet, dry finish and earthy, spicy German hops; and the Brooklyn-Schneider Hopfen-Weisse, a collaboration with Germany's Schneider brewery that birthed a signature Schneider weizenbock with the American-hops twist of Brooklyn's India Pale Ale.”
“Summary: An excellent weizenbock that is a surprisingly easy drinker; this could very easily be a go-to late-winter/early-spring beer comments:”
“How about weizenbock, a dark, murky wheat beer with a bigger (7-10 percent alcohol) kick.”
“Then there is dunkel weiss, a dark wheat ale, and weizenbock, or wheat doppelbock, a higher-alcohol version that may be light or dark colored.”
“My las vegas rental property casting to federal a accumulated eschatological acuity unfashionably, weizenbock amorality and whammy staplegun to baguette.”
“Other styles already have their buff counterparts: bock and doppelbock, weizen and weizenbock, Scottish ale and wee heavy.”
“Pellucid Drop of Strength" is my favourite variety of weizenbock.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘weizenbock’.
Words about beer and the making of it.
Words related to beer and brewing.
Types of beer.
Food and drink words
Looking for tweets for weizenbock.