March 29, 2019 / Tantri Wija / Seattle Times

Bock beer comes in several forms, all of them high in alcohol

Bock, originally a medieval German beer, is a malty, full-bodied brew with a rich, smooth (and never too-sweet) taste. Local Washington state bocks include Elysian Brewing’s Ambrosia Maibock and Pandora’s Bock (ha-ha!). The ever-overachieving Chuckanut Brewery in Bellingham has both a bock and a doppelbock in bottles that have a feisty goat on the label, its long horns prominent and proud.

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