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bock beer

[¦bäk ′bir]
(food engineering)
A dark, heavy, rich beer.
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"From our Bock beer of the 1870s to the launch of Celebrate and Brew Masters' Private Reserve today, our commitment to the art and craft of specialty beers has withstood the test of time and certainly continues this holiday season."