Why has bock fallen off the craft beer radar? Leave it to Schell’s to admirably keep this German style alive and well. This beer pours a gorgeous, shiny brown/copper capped with an off-white head, which doesn’t hang around for long. Bock is meant to be sweet and rich and the Schell’s version delivers. It smells of peanut brittle and grandma’s homemade caramels with an essence of canned peaches. There is a sweet, nutty character coupled with a brown sugar sweetness and maple character. Nurse one of these by the fireplace with some ginger snap cookies and forget about the temperature outside!
Reviews by Thomas Liquors
1941 Grand Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105