American made German Single Bock style Octoberfest
A refreshing amber colored Bock brewed with German malt and noble variety hops, and a Munich lager yeast. Cool fermented and lagered to maturity, this beer is smooth, satisfying and malty without being cloying – aiming at the drinkability of a Sierra Nevada Glissade but to a genuine Single Bock style. Named after a Native American princess who met her end over the eponymous Berkshire County waterfall - the highest in the state of Massachusetts.
Traditional German dishes such as bratwurst and sauerkraut; blue cheeses; dark chocolate or toffee or caramel desserts.
Battlefield Bock is a smooth and creamy Bavarian Style Bock Lager. It is brewed with our proprietary blend of Bavarian Dark Roasted Malts giving it a distinct taste with hints of coffee and chocolate. We add Noble Czech Saaz Hops to balance the flavor of this rich full bodied lager. Battlefield Bock is slow cold aged for a minimum of 8 weeks.
Rejewvenator is our Harvest-to-Harvest ale, available beginning with the barley harvest and end of Passover in Spring and closing with the hop harvest and High Holidays in Fall. This unique hybrid beer is one part traditional doppelbock and one part Belgian-style dubbel, brewed with three different yeast strains. Each year we incorporate a fruit from the Seven Sacred Species listed in the Torah: 2008 was Year of the Fig, 2009 Year of the Date, 2010 Year of the Grape. This beer combines the complexity and richness of Belgian-style ales with the malty, clean flavors of dark German lagers.
Lamb, roast chicken, balsamic vinegar, fruit dessert.
A traditional bock beer, using 100% Munich malt and balanced with German Hallertau hops. Pours a fiery orange-garnet color with a thick, pale-orange head. The aroma is malty with a hint of the noble German hops. Maltiness dominates the flavor, but with a very complex background of hop bitterness, floral yeast character and a very intriguing nutty quality. Very drinkable!
Great with sauce-based meat dishes like chicken paprikash, Hungarian-style goulash or pork rouladen. Sausages and, of course, pretzels and mustard, are great pairings as well. Ideal serving temp: 47-49° F.
Stegmaier Brewhouse Bock was the first beer in our new seasonal line! This traditional bock has a complex maltiness that is dominated by the rich flavors of Munich and Vienna malts and has pleasing toasty flavors. We use just a touch of imported German hops to support the malt flavors.
An authentic, German-style Bock, celebrating the coming of spring. This strong, deeply flavored lager has been aged to create a smooth, malty taste with a hint of sweetness. A light addition of German hops balances the malt flavor.
Saint Arnold Spring Bock is best consumed at 40° Fahrenheit.