Keesmann Josephi Bock
Style: Bock 8.2%
Color: deep golden to light amber
Head: white, creamy
Nose: richly malty, underlying hops, a touch of honey
Palate: richly malty, underlying hops, a touch of honey
Finish: lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter
Served: on tap at the brewery
Impression: I’d always thought this was the same as their autumn Hellerbock but its a bit darker in hue and even richer. Though richly malty, there’s the expected hops of a noted Pils brewery shining through. The lingering finish is just about dry enough to make it dangerous at 8.2%.
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