Bock-style ales were adapted by Munich brewers from a 14th century recipe from the town of “Einbeck” and traditionally feature a toasted malt flavor, low hop bitterness and a dry, lager-like finish. Brewed to highlight flavors and aromas from specialty malts and toasted French oak, Alaskan’s Troppelbock is a much bigger, complex, and slightly sweeter take on the classic Doppelbock style.
Brewed to celebrate our 25th Anniversary, “25” is a complex, luxurious beer brewed with Vienna Malt and Saaz hops, extended lagering produces full bodied flavors of caramel and honey with a hoppy backbone of white pepper and lemon spice. A beer made for celebration, Full Sail 25 is an elegant Northwest Style Pale Doppelbock.
Originally called “liquid bread,” the Doppelbock style sustained monks through periods of penitent fasting. Wolfgang has heavenly notes of caramel, dark fruit, and toffee balanced by a subtle hop character. While its revered history evokes an appreciation of austerity and sacrifice, this Doppelbock is a rich luxury—no repentance required.
PLANK is a series of beers showcasing unique wood ageing treatments to add flavor and nuance. PLANK II is a Dopplebock Style Lager matured with specially treated Eucalyptus and Poplar wood planks which were placed in the fermenter during secondary fermentation. The beer pours a deep reddish brown. Look for impressions of toffee and chocolate in the aroma and flavor.
Legend has it that Doppel Bock was first made by monks as a hearty, full-bodied drink to be consumed in the tough fasting period. This 'Bonator' is brewed at the monastery at Weissenohe in the most traditional, painstaking way, using the best ingredients. It is named for Bonifatius, a missionary who came to the monastery long after brewing began in 1050 A.D.
Charkoota Rye is a Smoked Rye Dopplebock. An homage to all things Pig, including Porkapalooza and the age-old tradition of Charcuterie, Charkoota Rye’s malty backbone is derived from a blend of rye and four other malts, including malted barley smoked over cherry wood.
Its smoke-forward body is balanced with tones of deep mollasses and caramel, with a crisp, clean lager finish.
Delightful by itself, Charkoota is best served with its succulent counterpart, Pork. www.SaveGasEatPork.com
Our name is inspired by the strong, proud "Jungle Fowl" of the islands. A strong, rich dark lager. Noted by intensely rich malt flavors ending with a malty-sweet finish. This beer is traditionally released in March throughout Bavaria, a late winter seasonal. This style of beer is associated with a "Billy Goat" as a trademark and named with a word ending in "-ator."
2006 World Beer Cup Bronze Medal Winner - German-Style Strong Bock Category
Aptly and lazily names "The Good"; this strong dark German lager will hopefully live up to its humble title. Das Gut exhibits upfront toasted malt sweetness and a clean finish.
Bock beers tend to be quite strong, yet they retain the characteristic clean, straightforward malt character of lagers that lends to heartier meats such as roasted or grilled pork tenderloin, venison, kangaroo steak, or wild boar.