Brewed by Birrificio Italiano
Style: Heller Bock
Lurago Marinone (CO), Italy
Serve in Dimpled mug, Stein


on tap

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RATINGS: 195   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.41/5   EST. CALORIES: 186   ABV: 6.2%
Bibock® is a slightly amber, low fermentation beer produced by way of decoction and with 6.2% alcohol by volume (16 Plato degrees), full-bodied but dry and fairly bitter. The recipe, developed at Birrificio Italiano® of Lurago Marinone, was freely inspired by the best Bock beers of German tradition.

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   AROMA 4/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 2/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 14/20
luiginogiani (17) - - FEB 6, 2010
olfatto profumo di malto e luppolo non molto intenso gusto perde molto dal naso sentori di malto e poco corpo

L_Lovecraft (695) - - OCT 16, 2017
Bread, caramel, floral notes, honey, spices, amber with a good white head, medium body, average carbonation, taste is similar and quite intense...good.

aleanguz91 (97) - Grignasco (NO), ITALY - SEP 30, 2017
Bevuta il 29/09/2017 @ChiareScureFestival in Milano. Alla spina. Colore ambrato. Poca schiuma poco persistente. Odore fruttato. In bocca molto dolce, sentori mieloso e fruttati. Molto carbonata.

jcwattsrugger (12512) - Florida and, New Jersey, USA - SEP 19, 2017
33cl bottle-tight retaining lt tan-amber. A-fruity, some spice, a bit of fish/peach pith. T-lt/med sweet malt, some citrus.

BeerandBlues2 (13709) - Escondido, California, USA - AUG 27, 2017
Draught at Open Baladin Torino. Pours clear brown with a large, frothy off-white head, long retention with good lacing. Aroma is moderate rich bready malt, light kettle caramelization with dates and medium earthy hops. Flavor is moderate rich bready malt, light kettle caramelization with dark fruits, medium earthy and spicy hops and bitterness with a medium dry finish. Medium-full body and medium carbonation.

sinte (587) - Udine, ITALY - AUG 21, 2017
Bottle 0.33L. Deep amber body with a huge, frothy, tan head, mostly lasting with nice lacing. Moderate malty (caramel, bread) aroma with light notes of red fruits. Moderate sweet and light bitter flavour; average-lasting sweet finish. Medium body with oily texture; soft carbonation.

Akiro (91) - ITALY - AUG 4, 2017
Degustata alla spina. Colore ambrato, limpido. Schiuma fine. Olfatto: pesca, resina, caff�. In bocca caramello, sentori erbacei. Lieve carbonatura. Finale amaro, piacevole. Alcool nascosto.

tanel025 (206) - ESTONIA - JUL 23, 2017
UPDATED: AUG 3, 2017 Amber liquid with white head. Aroma has some yeast, some malt, smoke. Taste is slightly fruity, some caramel, little licorice. Little sweet, little bitter, some more bitterness at aftertaste. Very drinkable. Good beer.

Juks (956) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - MAY 27, 2017
330ml bottle. Pours clear amber colour, small beige head, stays as ring. Sweet malty, raisiny, bready, sweet aroma. Taste is malty sweet, creamy. Silky creamy texture, medium bodied, below average carbo. Watery aftertaste. Interesting and drinkable, easy brew.

Marduk (8219) - Reval, ESTONIA - MAY 27, 2017
330ml bottle. Hazy dark golden color. Medium size, thick white head, stays. Metallic, grainy, citrus, dusty in aroma. Dusty, grainy, metallic, chalky in taste. Dusty and grainy and metallic hops in aftertaste. Fizzy carbonation. Simple, but watery. Drinkable brew.

martjoobolut (4947) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - MAY 23, 2017
Bottle (from Koht). Pours amber with huge beige head. Aroma is grainy, malty, cardboard, some sour almost acetone like notes. Flavor is sweet and bitter, some sourness, grainines, maltiness. Finish has some dryness. Carbonation is crisp. Overall: feels slightly off, but otherwise ok brew.

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