Bayer Bräu Bayerator is richly malty brew with a heady 7.2% alcohol content and a bittersweet finish. This brewery closed in 2011 but they have their beer contract-brewed at Arnsteinter.
Hummel Maibock is a richly malty Bock with floral hops in both the nose and palate and a hint of honey. It's a dangerous 7%.
Martinsbräu Doppelbock is richly malty contemplative brew with a heady 7.5% alcohol content and some burnt toffee and licorice in the flavorful mix.
Klosterbräu Maibock is a richly malty amber Bock with some apricot in the nose and a moreishly dry lingering semi-bitter finish.
StoXBräu Blonder Bock is a high gravity affair strong on malt and alcohol but a bit one dimensional on flavor.
Penning Hetzelsdorfer Bockbier is an quaffable treat from the small countryside brewery whose Vollbier is legendary. This Bock has a gorgeous amber hue and rich malty palate with hints of caramel. The lingering bittersweet finish makes it moreish at 6.5%.
Ulrich Martin is a traditional brewery lovingly restored by the man himself. The Josephi Bock is fantastic bock full of rich malt and fine hops. The lingering finish is moreishly semi-dry, making for a dangerous 7% brew.
Bayer Fastenbock is a gorgeous semi-dry fruity Bock with a lighter body than is typical, accounting for it's moreish drinkability.
Bayreuther Bock is a balanced unfiltered Bock with a nice dried fruit element and a semi-dry finish, bittersweet finish.
Düll Krautheimer Heller Bock is a richly malty fruity example of the style their signature white pepper in both the nose and palate but it blends in better than in their even richer Dunkler Doppelbock. It's quite dry even at 7.2%.