Abbey Maibock - Abbey Brewing Co.
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4.3/5 rDev -4.2%
My first Abbey Brewing, guest of owner and brewmaster Raymond Rigazio, and it was kick-arss. A bock? It reflected the taste and aroma of substantial yeast and could have passed as a Belgium pale or even a double. Boozy alcohol, golden colour. Balanced, hoppy, as good as many Belgiums. Must try.
02-17-2005 02:25:51 | More by Sammy
4.68/5 rDev +4.2%
Crystal clear light carmel color, foamy thin light tan head. Smell starts very complex, very spicy start, some full carmel malt smells, then a faint alcohol smell. Tasted very spicy to start, like a strong Belgian Pale Ale. Actually, tastes likes a hybrid between a pale ale and a maibock. As the beer settled and warmed, more roasted full carmel malt tastes emerge. Smooth subtle, slightly thin feel due to the high abv (12%abv !)Then a noticable belly warming alcohol kick. Unbelievably complex beer for a maibock. Served in a cool 12 oz. thick goblet. They only give you 12 oz.'s of this at a sitting...the story is the locals tend to get to loopy.........I took a gallon 1/2 growler home. Too good to be missed....
07-18-2002 16:33:00 | More by StevieW
Abbey Maibock from Abbey Brewing Co.
- out of 100 based on 2 ratings.