Heavyweight Championship of Beer: Round 2 Ayinger Winter Bock vs Celebrator

Ayinger brews two great dark Bocks but which one is better? Celebrator or the Winter Bock? Time to test the two.

Ayinger Celebrator

Ayinger Celebrator is a rich dark brew with lots of dried fruit and fair hopping in the long dry bittersweet finish.

Hölzlein Bock

Hölzlein Bock is a beer worth walking for and when you walk for a beer, you enjoy it more.

Roppelt Bock

Roppelt Bock is a deceptively strong dry for its strength Bock with a dry fruity flavor and a long, dry bittersweet finish.

Hartmann Bock Dunkel

Hartmann's Bock Dunkel is a fair example of the style with a rich malty palate and somewhat sticky finish.

Binkert Brauhaus Bock

Binkert's Bock is a fair example of the style with a rich malty palate and slightly bitter finish.

Weiherer Weizenbock

Weiher is a great brewery with both traditional and craft beer offerings. Their Weizenbock may not be a traditional one but the addition of hops is much welcomed and makes for a tasty but easy drinking brew.

Weiherer Bock

Weiher is a great brewery with both traditional and craft beer offerings. Their Bock is a classic Hellerbock with a malty palate and dryish, bittersweet finish.

Ayinger Winter Bock

Ayinger Winter Bock is a rich dark brew with lots of dried fruit and fair hopping in the long dry bittersweet finish.

Heller (Schlenkerla) Eiche

Eiche is Schlenkerla's renowned Dopplebock with a softer smokiness than its stablemates and a drying finish for its strength.