Featured Beer: B.A.B.E.S. Bloomin’Bock DoppelBock
BABES or (Boston Area Beer Enthusiasts Society) Consists of a group of Boston women who love all facets on
brewing and appreciating beer. We at Watch City offered to collaborate on brewing this beer with the BABES to show our support for the homebrewing Boston fans of craft beer. History: This dark lager is a Bavarian specialty first brewed in Munich by the monks of St. Francis of Paula. Historical versions were less well attenuated thanmodern interpretations, with consequently higher sweetness and lower alcohol levels (and hence was considered “liquid bread” by the monks). The term “doppel (double) bock” was coined by Munich consumers. Many doppelbocks have names ending in “-ator,” either as a tribute to the prototypical Salvator or to take advantage of the beer’s popularity.Taste:Bloomin’Bock has a very strong maltiness and some toasty aromas. While it has no hop aroma, the moderately low-fruity aspect to the aroma often described as prune, plum or grapes. The sweetness comes from low hopping,very strong and rich lager. BABES and German beer afficianados will appreciate this one as winter warms into spring.
1.079 S.G. 20 IBU's 8 % ABV